Reviews of Ready Player One, Annihilation, and other movies from the first quarter of 2018.
Tag Archives | Steven Spielberg
A review of Spielberg’s ‘The Post,’ followed by a discussion of some of the best television of 2017
An in-depth analysis of precisely why Steven Spielberg’s 21st century masterpiece ‘AI Artificial Intelligence’ is, indeed, a masterpiece.
The Ten Best films Steven Spielberg has made.
These are mid-tier Spielberg, ranking from just fine to pretty damn good.
Spielberg’s ten weakest films. Some are complete stinkers, but some are just fine.
With the release of ‘Bridge of Spies,’ a look at the films of the most successful director of all time.
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.
Lynne Ramsay, Nicole Kidman, Ang Lee, and Christoph Waltz join Steven Spielberg’s 2013 Cannes Film Festival jury.
With ‘Jurassic Park’s triumphant return to theaters, we count down 10 of the greatest films of 1993.
Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ to open this year’s Cannes Film Festival, with Steven Spielberg already set as jury president.
With would-be front-runners Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow out of this category, it’s now a two-way race for Best Director!
As the Oscar season heads into its final stretch, are spectators losing sight of how brave the Academy’s selections have been this year?
In case you missed the Podcast, check out my top ten list and see why 2012 will be remembered as the year when my movie-going habits changed permanently.
Hilary delivers her list of the top films of 2012, along with recommendations for further viewing!
In retrospect, Justin has concluded it’s actually been a pretty great year for movies!
Two more films turn out to be just as good as everyone hoped and make for an even more crowded Best Picture race.
Each of the active writers for Film Misery list five things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Far more than a treacly ode to America’s most beloved president, ‘Lincoln’ is a witty, insightful and thoroughly engrossing tribute to the feats and follies of an American democracy.
Are the Oscars an optimistic crowd this year? Forward-thinking fare like “Lincoln”, “Argo”, and “Life of Pi” alter the mood of the race.