A classic review of Kurosawa’s ‘High and Low,’ plus reviews of ‘American Made’ and ‘Blade Runner 2049’
Tag Archives | Ryan Gosling
‘Song to Song’ is, well, a Terrence Malick film—general audiences will generally hate it, but more adventurous filmgoers could have their lives changed.
G Clark guides you through the twelve 2017 releases you should be drooling over in this personal list of his most anticipated upcoming films.
Damien Chazelle’s ‘La La Land’ is an uncomfortable marriage of old-school Hollywood musical and modern rom-com, though it certainly entertains.
As Telluride by the Sea kicks off, Damien Chazelle’s Los Angeles musical ‘La La Land’ casts a kaleidoscopic spell that never lets go.
G Clark’s Top Ten: 2013 was a pretty meh year for films, so the cream rose to the top fairly easily.
Only God Forgives is as visually sumptuous as expected, but its surface seduction doesn’t cover up a vacant emotional core.
Independent releases and documentaries rule July with nary an interesting blockbuster in sight.
The Cannes response to Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest display of bravura violence, ‘Only God Forgives’, is as divisive as could be expected.
Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling are at it again with bright violence in the big city in the ‘Only God Forgives’ trailer.
Duncan gives his not too brief opinions on ‘Gangster Squad’, ‘Once Upon a Time in Anatolia’, ‘Before Sunrise’, and ‘Before Sunset’!
Brief reviews of ‘Inglourious Basterds,’ ‘Metropolitan,’ ‘The Last Days of Disco,’ ‘Casa de mi Padre,’ ‘Broadway Danny Rose,’ and ‘Drive.’
It is no surprise that one particular film swept the 3rd Annual Film Misery Awards. See my picks and share your own in the comments!
This group from overseas goes outside of the box for their 2011 awards.
This week features a highlight reel of some of the best reviews and moments from the first ever year of the Film Misery Podcast.
Casey C offers up to the Academy 3 nominations for each of the years largest Oscar categories that shouldn’t be overlooked for forgotten come nomination time.
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.
Review of ‘Moneyball’, poll results about best young actor of 2011, and review of ‘Straw Dogs’…
Hear the reason why I think Leonardo DiCaprio is the frontrunner in this year’s Oscar race.