George Miller’s western blockbuster ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ pulled a surprise win atop an otherwise scattershot group of National Board of Review winners.
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Like its titular space structure, ‘Elysium’ hovers over its characters and social issues without ever fully addressing either.
The new trailer for George Clooney’s ‘The Monuments Men’ teases a very ‘Argo’-like mission flick. Is Oscar the target?
Earth lies in squalor in the first trailer for ‘District 9’ director Neill Blomkamp’s second film, ‘Elysium’.
Steven Soderbergh’s much anticipated Liberace biopic gets a tantalizing diamond-encrusted trailer for it’s HBO broadcast.
‘We Bought a Zoo’ occasionally gets it right, but it’s still a far cry from much of Cameron Crowe’s older, defter work.
Audiences are enthusiastic and critics are mixed on Cameron Crowe’s latest film.
Review of ‘Contagion, Most Anticipated Movies Final Poll, Review of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Killing,’ plus recommendations and the usual…
“I like the animals, but I love the humans.”
‘The Adjustment Bureau’ ultimately fails because it raises questions that it is not prepared to answer and it fails to raise the stakes enough to make me even care.
‘True Grit’ is one of the funniest, most exhilarating, and memorable films of the year.
The first glimpse of the next Coen brothers film gives us a lot to look forward to.
Clint Eastwood’s newest film ‘Hereafter’ seems to be splitting critics like his last batch of films has.
Tomorrow the newest Clint Eastwood film gets its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Watch the trailer today.
The ‘Bourne’ series gets its writer back. Now we have to wait and see if it gets back its director and star.
Emily Blunt and Matt Damon star in George Nolfi’s science fiction romance.
Take these films off of my Summer 2010 most anticipated movies list.
Read of the Day: Why are there so few female directors? Is that age-old Hollywood trend of the masculine auteur coming to an end? [The Guardian] News of the Day: Matt Damon says that the next Bourne film might be a prequel. It’s still not worth seeing if Paul Greengrass isn’t attached. [Empire] Review of […]
It seems a moot point to write a column about the Supporting Actor and Actress categories this Oscar season. The race on both fronts is pretty much set on both fronts, right? Christoph Waltz and Mo’Nique are on the fast track to Oscar glory with very little possibility of anything standing in their way. The […]
Paul Greengrass’ Bourne trilogy was a treat for action film aficionados. The brilliant technical achievement as well as the intelligent story combine to make the ultimate action film. With Greengrass and Matt Damon’s newest collaboration, Green Zone, a lot of us are hoping that they are able to re-create the magic of the Bourne films. […]