‘Zero Dark Thirty’, ‘Lincoln’, and ‘How to Survive a Plague’ won big with a Boston Society of Film Critics ready to spread the love any way they could.
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Kathryn Bigelow’s film and Steven Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ add to their win tally with another bunch of awards.
Practically every film that is in contention for an Oscar was nominated by this year’s Satellite Awards.
Alex and Phil discuss what makes a good Bond villain and a slightly different Spielberg film.
The first critics group of the year weighs in with a familiar group of winners.
Two more films turn out to be just as good as everyone hoped and make for an even more crowded Best Picture race.
Brief reviews of ‘The Other Dream Team,’ ‘Bernie,’ ‘Mirror Mirror,’ ‘Glengarry Glen Ross,’ and ‘Lincoln.’
Thanks more to the ongoing success of older releases than newer ones, Box Office Records were shattered this Thanksgiving Weekend.
Each of the active writers for Film Misery list five things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Far more than a treacly ode to America’s most beloved president, ‘Lincoln’ is a witty, insightful and thoroughly engrossing tribute to the feats and follies of an American democracy.
Are the Oscars an optimistic crowd this year? Forward-thinking fare like “Lincoln”, “Argo”, and “Life of Pi” alter the mood of the race.
James Bond’s rousing return in ‘Skyfall’ brings the franchise its highest grossing and most promising debut.
November kicks the fall film season into full gear with family entertainment, historical drama, and many masterful directors! Here’s what to check out!
Read the breakdown of the seven films that could potentially win the Oscar for Best Picture.
The output from New York Film Festival continues as Steven Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ surprises audiences at this year’s secret screening.
This week’s column breaks down why ‘Hitchcock’ was moved to 2013 and how it affects the current Oscar race.
The newly-expanded Film Misery staff shares their must-sees for the upcoming months.
The trailer for director Steven Spielberg’s latest mercifully chronicles the 16th president as he fights slavery, not vampires.
Philip Seymour Hoffman and Viola Davis lead the early predictions for Best Actor and Actress.
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.