‘Song to Song’ is, well, a Terrence Malick film—general audiences will generally hate it, but more adventurous filmgoers could have their lives changed.
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This year’s supporting performance races are a close race between newcomers and unrewarded art house staples. We predict the winners.
Cast members from every X-Men iteration come together for the latest addition to the franchise.
’12 Years a Slave’ is as universally resonant as it is fiercely demanding, a landmark of open daylight injustice stretched irrepressibly across the screen.
’12 Years a Slave’ certainly lives up to the hype, but does Oscar talk live up to the film? Duncan discusses the obscenity of Oscar speculation.
Steve McQueen’s slavery drama had its debut at Telluride Film Festival this weekend, leading to many enraptured responses.
Michael Fassbender dives into the drug trade in the intimidating new trailer for Ridley Scott’s ‘The Counselor’.
After establishing himself with ‘Hunger’ and ‘Shame’, director Steve McQueen is tackling slavery with historical drama ’12 Years a Slave’.
Brief reviews of 3 films by directors with new releases this fall: ‘In Bruges’, ‘There Will Be Blood’, and ‘Fish Tank’.
Duncan gives his opinions on ‘Arbitrage’ and ‘Prometheus’, catches up with ‘The Ice Storm’, and dives into Showtime’s ‘Homeland’.
A brief review of ‘Snow White and the Huntsman,’ an alternate take on ‘Prometheus’ and a look at two HBO comedies truly worth a look.
Alex and Phil get into the details about Ridley Scott’s Prometheus this week as they discuss the performance by Michael Fassbender, Ridley Scott’s mistrust of technology, and other themes from the movie.
‘Prometheus’ provides an immersive visceral experience and enough ideas to spur more post-cinema conversation than the average summer thriller.
Will this droid be a good crew member or an evil crew member?
Brief reviews of ‘Beauty and the Beast 3D,’ ‘The Devil Inside,’ and ‘Haywire’.
This week’s guest co-host Tim Kelly of CHUD.com joins Alex for a Steven Soderbergh double feature.
‘Shame’ is an intimate and well-acted look at one of the most controversial addictions.
It is no surprise that one particular film swept the 3rd Annual Film Misery Awards. See my picks and share your own in the comments!
These awards are starting to look very familiar.
Case for 8 Best Picture nominees, Baz gets injured, photo and trailer for ‘Prometheus’…