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.
Tag Archives | Steven Spielberg
November kicks the fall film season into full gear with family entertainment, historical drama, and many masterful directors! Here’s what to check out!
The output from New York Film Festival continues as Steven Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ surprises audiences at this year’s secret screening.
This week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases include classics from the 80s and hits from the summer!
This week’s offerings included one of the year’s better films, a handful of true masterpieces, and a box-set containing the best action series ever made.
The trailer for director Steven Spielberg’s latest mercifully chronicles the 16th president as he fights slavery, not vampires.
“Master Moments” searches for the defining moment of the Indiana Jones character in ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark.’
From G Clark Finfrock, a fan, to Mr Terrence Malick, filmmaker.
Hilary shares some brief thoughts on ‘Helvetica,’ ‘Premium Rush,’ and ‘Super 8.’
This week’s releases include a helping of several smaller gems, followed by some contemporary classics, topped off with an all-time masterpiece or two.
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.
Brief reviews of ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ and ‘Angels & Demons’.
‘War Horse’ is a flawed, but fun emotional ride that can be best described as “Spielbergian.”
Save for a few pacing issues, ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ is a thrilling movie with beautiful action sequences.
“Four score and seven years ago, they put too many sunflower seeds in my salad.”
‘The Descendants,’ ‘War Horse,’ and ‘The Artist’ all vie for precursor awards this week.
Check out this week’s Oscar update and find out which films are up and which performances are down.
Revolutionary ‘Django Unchained,’ Billy Crystal and the Oscars, mixed word for ‘Tintin,’ new ‘Hunger Games’ trailer…
It sounds like this might be Spielberg’s better 2011 film.
Making Oscar predictions on the five most anticipated movies that nobody has seen yet.