In a good-but-not-great year, G Clark cuts through the BS and highlights the films that are *really* worth your time and consideration—and some that aren’t.
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A dazzling epic of stop-motion wizardry, ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ is a powerful, cathartic tale of loss and aching remembrance.
G Clark examines ‘Coriolanus,’ the directorial debut of Ralph Fiennes—and discusses how great cinematic Shakespeare translations occur.
As we dig into Best Actor and Actress, is there anything stopping Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne from winning Sunday night? There might be.
In our latest Quick Takes, we catch up with ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’, ‘Muppets Most Wanted’, ‘Captain America’, ‘Enemy’ and a fascinating experimental doc.
The film features almost all of Anderson’s regulars, exhibits his signature style, and looks like a lot of fun.
‘The Invisible Woman’ honors neither image or spirit of Charles Dickens as it tries in vain to prove itself anything more than, or even matching, ordinary.
How a simple, five-minute moment in ‘Schindler’s List’ defines one of cinema’s most chilling villains, and undercuts teh most common critique made against its director.
Duncan spins passion unto ’17 Filles’, offers a second opinion on ‘Looper’, and finally gets around to ‘Schindler’s List’ in this week’s Quick Takes.
Titles this week include ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin,’ ‘Coriolanus,’ and two Ingmar Bergman films.
Some exciting new cast and crew members make ‘Skyfall’ a hotly anticipated addition to the James Bond franchise.
Brief reviews of ‘In Darkness,’ ‘Coriolanus,’ ‘A Better Life’ and ‘Margaret.’
Positive and mixed reviews come in for some of the smaller films at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Ralph Fiennes’ modern-day take on this classic tragedy looks more like ‘The Hurt Locker’ than Shakespeare.
The Day the Movies Died, ‘Nader and Simin’ wins Berlin, ‘Hobbit’ set photos, Visual Effects video reels…
‘Coriolanus’ goes to Berlin, the riches of ‘Toy Story 3’, remembering 2010 in video…
The trailer has a truly epic feeling to it, which has me more excited than ever for the final installments of ‘Potter.’
Those of you who are familiar with this site know that I cannot resist posting any news that deals with Shakespeare film adaptations (my senior year Honors project in college was a 30-page paper comparing Olivier’s Hamlet to Michael Almereyda’s Hamlet). Even though there is a plethora of Shakespeare film adaptations, in my opinion there […]
Casting News: ComingSoon.net reports that Ralph Fiennes is making his directorial debut with one of Shakespeare’s lesser known works, Coriolanus. William Hurt, Vanessa Redgrave, and Jessica Chastain have signed on to the movie. Fiennes will play the title role. This inspires me to go back and watch th 1984 BBC version of the play with […]