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Pixar’s financial success and future spin-offs, Ebert loves ‘Inception’, first look at Reynolds as ‘Green Lantern’, trailer for ‘Howl’ featuring Franco as Ginsberg.
Everybody has their favorite film from the studio that has never made a bad one. These are my top 10.
‘Toy Story 3’ is the best mainstream film so far in 2010. It might be best to leave the youngest ones at home, but definitely hire a sitter and get out to see this movie.
Four reviews are in for the movie so far and the word is extremely positive.
Four Pixar movies and two Lord of the Rings movies each find their way into the top 20 best reviewed movies of the decade as reported by Metacritic. The review roundup website posted an end of the decade roundup of their best reviewed films and their best reviewed wide release films. For their overall best […]
One of the benefits of having a blog is that it gives me an outlet to rant and rave about goings on in the cinematic world. For every complaint delivered, I try to counter with a few positive points. Because the bottom line is that I love movies and I’m blessed to have an outlet […]
The film festivals may be getting most of the news stories these days, but the world of movie news rolls along, nonetheless. Here are the stories from the weekend of September 4-6: At the Venice Film Festival, Disney-Pixar accepted the first ever collective Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. They may have only been around for […]
The first Academy Award nominations have been released by the Scientific and Technical Awards Committee. The committee has selected 11 scientific and technical achievements in filmmaking as nominees for “further awards consideration.” Of the 11 nominees, most are Greek to me. However, I’m happy to see that Pixar Animation Studios received a nomination for their […]
Movie News: indieWIRE has a look at the UK premiere of the Cannes hit Fish Tank, from which Katie Jarvis emerged as a possible end of the year awards contender. The L.A. Times‘ Geoff Boucher talked with Harry Potter 5-7 director David Yates and he hinted at where the last film will be split – […]
HUNTINGTON BEACH â€“ Colby Curtin, a 10-year-old with a rare form of cancer, was staying alive for one thing â€“ a movie. From the minute Colby saw the previews to the Disney-Pixar movie Up, she was desperate to see it. Colby had been diagnosed with vascular cancer about three years ago, said her mother, Lisa […]
There is not a whole lot of film news that’s worth adding my opinion to today. However, there are a lot of fun ways to waste time out on the net. Here’s what I’ve been up to: Lists: Film Junk has compiled a list of 15 World War II films you should see before seeing […]
It’s just under two months until we find out if Up will have what it takes to make Pixar 3 for 3 in the past three years. Of the eight years that the Animated Feature category has been in existence, a Pixar film has been nominated every year they have had one released and they […]