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Lena brings an end to her whirlwind year with her Top 20 favorite films, a rapturous mix of joys and sorrows.
An optimistic little sister to ‘Once’, John Carney packs indie pop enthusiasm into the effortlessly charming and nurturing ‘Begin Again’.
Joining in on the series from The Film Experience with my favorite shot from Michel Gondry & Charlie Kaufman’s ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’.
‘Now You See Me’ is the definition of style over substance, conning the audience into believing it smarter and sweeter than it actually is.
‘The Avengers’ is a funny, balanced, and ambitious movie that at least attempts to leave the viewer with something more.
Phil Kollar joins Alex this week to continue the never ending discussion about super hero movies.
The phrase “best superhero movie of all time” has been tossed about this night.
The trailer features a lot of CGI and famous actors mugging for the camera, but it also has some elements that get me excited.
‘Win Win’ is the winning release according to my book, although the competition was unbearably thin.
Here are three surprises I’m hoping for on Oscar night. And I promise hardly anything about Social vs. King.
From veterans who always give great performances to newbies breaking new ground and actors you never thought had it in them, 2010 was the year of the performances.
‘The Complete Metropolis’ is a must own; ‘The Kids Are All Right’ is also pretty good. And now is a good time to check out the Criterion sale.
Over one half of the year is over and here is the best of what I’ve seen so far.
Ruffalo’s character change in ‘Kids Are All Right’, Holocaust doc gets rated “R”, pic from ‘The Tempest’, trailer for ‘Unstoppable’…
‘The Kids Are All Right’ is the rare type of comedy that encourages its audience to demand more from their cinema going experience.
One of my most anticipated movies of the year gets a nice featurette today. Check it out along with an official synopsis.
One of the most anticipated films this fall and one that already is gathering lots of Oscar buzz is the latest film from Martin Scorcese, Shutter Island. It is based on the novel of the same name by author Dennis Lehane, who also authored Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone, two books that have previously […]