Duncan attempts to strip away the presumptuous cynicism to explore inspiring political messages in films not remotely political.
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2011 had its share of great movies. Here are my favorites.
But they break from the pack in the Best Actor and and Actress categories.
Review of ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene,’ thoughts on Brett Ratner Oscar controversy, and a tough top 5 list.
Redmayne joins ‘Les Mis,’ early thoughts on ‘Young Adult,’ RIP Gil Cates, watch ‘Life in a Day’ free…
NYFF rundown, woman sues over misleading ‘Drive’ trailer, new poster for ‘J. Edgar,’ new trailer for ‘Carnage’…
My second day at the Chicago International Film festival was quite the experience…
Movies from George Clooney and Pedro Almodovar as well as changes at Film Misery are all in store for this month.
This Fall may be the most excited I have ever been about a movie season in a while.
Sundance 2011 came and went quicker than I could even handle. Here are some of the highlights in case you missed it.