Brief thoughts on ‘Let the Right One In’, ’28 Days Later’, ‘Catfish’, and ‘The Social Network’…
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Thanks to a high per theatre average, David Fincher’s The Social Network manages to stay on top for second week in a row despite being released in fewer theatres than several of this week’s new releases.
Does ‘The Social Network’ present women too negatively?
‘Way Back’ into the Oscar race, mixed response to ‘Secretariat’, TCM triple feature, ‘Tempest’ trailer…
‘The Social Network’ is the only new movie that can be happy with its earnings this weekend.
With the release of ‘The Social Network,’ I conclude my series on his filmography with an analyzation of his first film and his entire career.
Now that ‘The Social Network’ is finally in theatres I’m anxious to hear your thoughts!
‘The Social Network’ not defining a decade, Streep/Roberts head to ‘Osage County’…
There are three new releases at this weekend’s Box Office, but only one film has been buzzed about ad infinitum on the internet over the past several weeks.
The sound designers on ‘The Social Network’ show that just as much work and creativity goes into a “quiet” movie.
RIP Arthur Penn and Tony Curtis, White hates ‘Social Network’, character banners for ‘Deathly Hallows’…
Five films on the latest Broadcast Film Critics Association list scored high enough to earn a 4-star ranking and four of those have been designated “Critics Choice” picks.
RIP Gloria Stuart, ‘Biutiful’ is Mexico’s Oscar choice, poster for ‘Another Year’, clips from ‘The Social Network’…
“I want you to hit me as hard as you can.” – The seminal film is culturally and cinematically brilliant.
Joaquin’s next project, Mel Gibson for Oscar?, another rave for ‘Social Network,’ new pic from ‘Deathly Hallows’…
The Toronto Film Festival is over, which means “Of the Day” is back!
The Best Picture predictions now have a new feature called “The Odds”. Each film is given a percentage based on how likely I think it is to get nominated for an Oscar in that respective category.
Despite its construction flaws, The Social Network is undeniably one of the most important movies of the decade.
The second trimester (aka Summer blockbuster season) is quickly waning and we turn our attention to the part of the year that we really care about: Oscar season.
Scott Foundas says the film is among David Fincher’s best.