G Clark’s Top Ten: 2013 was a pretty meh year for films, so the cream rose to the top fairly easily.
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G Clark Finfrock briefly surveys the theme of religion in cinema.
From G Clark Finfrock, a fan, to Mr Terrence Malick, filmmaker.
Final predictions are made for all 24 categories. Make your predictions in the comments and see how we compare!
What type of catty comments would Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close make on The Help’s Wall?
Film Misery’s two weeks of Oscar predictions have begun with a few technical categories.
Two days before the Oscar nominations are announced, it’s time to make some final picks!
‘The Artist,’ ‘Hugo,’ and ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ are also included.
Four different groups can’t agree on a Best Picture.
The way I see it, there are 12 movies that still have a shot at a Best Picture nomination.
Lots of summer blockbusters get recognized by this group. ‘The Tree of Life’ gets snubbed.
The second part of the Film Misery Awards highlight the technical filmmaking categories.
This elite critics group goes for some very unique picks in their annual awards.
The various top ten lists over the past couple of days combine for one super top ten!
In case you missed the podcast, here is a full write-up of my top 10 films of 2011.
It was hard whittling down this year’s Best of the Year list to twenty films, let alone ten.
Terence Malick’s ‘The Tree of Life’ gets snubbed as the Best Picture race continues to get more interesting.
Alex and Phil spend the whole episode counting down their own top 10 films of 2011.
It is a three-way race to become the official “critical darling” of 2011.
The Film Critics’ poll chose to honor not top Oscar contenders, but instead a slew of less-widely seen films sadly lacking a Weinstein-caliber Awards campaign.