The Year in Review for 2011 begins at Film Misery by pointing out the year in stinkers and drawing attention to a few specific films.
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If the rest of 2011 is this good then we are in for a treat.
‘The Conspirator,’ summarizing the Q & A with Kenneth Turan, movies we have lied about seeing, and most anticipated movies of the summer.
Gus Van Sant to open Un Certain Regard, ‘The Conspirator’ is “unimaginative,” image from ‘Tree of Life’…
‘Source Code’, ‘Your Highness’, and the Cannes Line-Up Announcement are some of cinematic highlights of this April.
Although film festivals like Sundance, Venice, and Cannes have gradually been showing that they are strong indicators of the Awards season, there is still one definitive film festival when it comes to gauging the Oscar race – Toronto.
2009 has overstayed its welcome and it’s time to get moving ahead into the new year. My first review of a 2010 film should be showing up next week. As the wrap up of 2009 films comes to an end it is time to look forward to what we can expect in 2010. Here are […]
It seems tradition in Hollywood for movies about a certain subject to come in twos. I guess it drives competition in the film industry as one strives to better the other artistically, but it still seems like a lot to handle. Shortly after it was announced that Steven Spielberg is in the process of developing […]