BLIND SPOT: ‘M*A*S*H’ (1970)

Even though the most ardent Robert Altman fans are likelier to rattle off Nashville or McCabe & Mrs. Miller or even The Long Goodbye as his masterpiece, there is no denying the lasting cultural impact…

The Top 10 Robert Altman Films of All-Time

After this month's career appreciation, I have forced myself to realize that if I am going to attempt to pay tribute to the career of someone as legendary as Robert Altman, I am inevitably going…

REVIEW: ‘M*A*S*H’ (1970)

Grade: B Robert Altman’s M*A*S*H is like a whole bunch of films wrapped up into one. It takes place in a war zone, but it’s not really a war movie. It subtly portrays the brutality…

USER REVIEW: ‘Gosford Park’ (2001)

Robert Altman month is winding down as September comes to an end here at Film Misery. I'll have a few more reviews posted before the end of the week and the usual top 10 (which…

RIP Henry Gibson, 1935 – 2009

These things usually happen in threes and Henry Gibson is the latest celebrity to pass away this week (following Swayze and preceding Mary from Peter, Paul, and Mary). I thought it appropriate to do a…

The Ultimate Robert Altman Quiz

You think you know Robert Altman? Try your luck at the 25-question super hard Altman quiz. The questions range from piece of cake, to ridiculously difficult. See how well you do! Launch the Quiz!

REVIEW: ‘Short Cuts’ (1993)

Grade: A The darker side of Los Angeles is revealed in Robert Altman’s ensemble film Short Cuts. The film is a collection of Raymond Carver short stories with an all-star cast that includes seasoned veterans…