‘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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G Clark guides you through the twelve 2017 releases you should be drooling over in this personal list of his most anticipated upcoming films.
Pablo Larrain’s ‘Jackie’ is a thrilling narrative and thematic arabesque; featuring Natalie Portman’s best performance, it’s a biopic for haters of biopics.
At this point in time, you’re either on board with Terrence Malick, or have jumped ship long ago. Knight of Cups is unlikely to win over any new converts—but to the choir, it’s another fervent hymn.
The new trailer for ‘Thor: The Dark World’ looks just silly, and we couldn’t be happier. Might this be an actually fun fantasy adventure?
Lynne Ramsay has dropped out of directing western ‘Jane Got A Gun’, swiftly being replaced by Gavin O’Connor. Actor Jude Law also abandons the project.
Casey C picks the best 100 Actress performances from the past 10 years. Let the debate begin!
One of the silliest award giving groups out there announces their 2011 nominees.
Franco vs. Portman, Woody gets a documentary, ‘The Hobbit’ video diary…
Check out ‘Black Swan’ and the Criterion release of Mike Leigh’s mini-masterpiece, ‘Topsy-Turvy.’ There are a few more of last year’s Oscar contenders for those of you who are still catching up. Once again, a strong week for DVDs.
View my Oscar predictions, share yours, and discuss live as the ceremony happens!
Oscar nominees were heavily featured at the Independent Spirit Awards as the winners were announced last night.
Some of the Oscar races are going to come down to the wire. These are the ones that are pretty much wrapped up already.
The film winners for the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as they are announced…
The actors will have their say tonight when the Screen Actors Guild Awards are announced. Surprises here could mean an exciting night on February 27th. Let’s predict the winners!
The Oscar nominations are almost here. Less than 4 days away. Here are five nominations Iâ€™d like to be surprised by next Tuesday
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.
Who will win? I’m thinking Portman, Firth, Bale and Weaver.
‘Black Swan’ is less imaginative than Aronofskyâ€™s other films, but its lead performance makes it a venture that should be seen with reservations.
With the enormous amount of activity recently in the precursor race, enough has been gathered to give us a few pretty clear ideas about the direction of the Oscar race.