’12 Years a Slave’ is as universally resonant as it is fiercely demanding, a landmark of open daylight injustice stretched irrepressibly across the screen.
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Just days ahead of its debut during Cannes’ Directors Fortnight, Ari Folman’s ‘The Congress’ launches an eccentric new trailer!
If you can judge a film by its trailer, this one might be great.
David Cronenberg’s latest film has a dream cast with mainstream and independent stars alike.
The star-studded musical has a lot of energy, but can it be any good?
But they break from the pack in the Best Actor and and Actress categories.
Brief reviews of ‘Sideways,’ ‘Bridesmaids,’ ‘My Week With Marilyn,’ and ‘Chungking Express’.
Brief reviews of ‘American Movie,’ ‘Win Win,’ and ‘The Hurt Locker’…
This week Alex and Phil try not to betray one another’s trust as they discuss The Ides of March and the top 5 betrayal movies.
‘The Ides of March’ is tightly scripted and brilliantly acted with a few third act flaws.
The film works on many levels as a sports film, a family film, and an all-around American drama. And the script is the driving force.
Early reactions to the film appear mostly mixed leaning towards the positive.
‘Win Win’ is the winning release according to my book, although the competition was unbearably thin.
The Toronto and Venice Film Festival selection looks like it could be an acting showcase.
Richard J. Lewis’ film hopes to be one of the breakouts of the Toronto International Film Festival.
Overplayed songs from movies, ‘Other Guys’ has too much plot, Julie Christie spotlighted, ‘Tangled’ poster, ‘Catfish’ trailer.
Trailers have premiered this week for ‘Love Ranch’, ‘Pretty Bird’, ‘Spoon’, ‘The Whistleblower’, and ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’