Brief reviews of ‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘Apocalypse Now: Redux,’ and ‘The Way Back.’
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There is a good mix of much appreciated films this week, I just happen to be in the minority by either disliking or being disinterested in all of them.
RIP Susannah York, Foreign Film predictions, first look at Wasikowska in Albert Nobbs…
‘The Green Hornet,’ ‘The Way Back,’ and ‘Biutiful’ are among the films we’re anticipating this month along with Awards ceremonies galore.
Almost all of the films on the latest Movies to See list are available on DVD or in theatres. How many have you seen?
Is this finally the year that Roger Deakins wins an Oscar? Or will a previous winner prevent his time from coming?
Three new trailers have been released recently for upcoming films. Watch them all and vote for your most anticipated.
Will the current wave of internet buzz surrounding ‘The Way Back’ carry it to a Best Picture nomination? Watch the trailer and let me know your thoughts!
‘Way Back’ into the Oscar race, mixed response to ‘Secretariat’, TCM triple feature, ‘Tempest’ trailer…
Analysis of the Oscar news from Tellluride and Venice as well as this week’s batch of Boosts and Drops.
Fantasy Director draft, Rick Moranis out of retirement, first look at Lisbeth Salander…
Godard says “no” to Academy, ‘I’m Still Here’ review, Pixar’s ‘Newt’ concept art, ‘Never Let Me Go’ clip…
Peter Weir’s latest film, “The Way Back,” held its’ premiere at Telluride. So far it has gathered concerned, but positive reviews.
Another day, another highly anticipated movie premieres. Today it is Sofia Coppolaâ€™s 4th feature â€œSomewhereâ€. The trailer showed us that it could have echoes of â€œLost in Translationâ€, and while it seems that is correct, lots of praise is coming its way.
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.
‘Biutiful’ and ‘The Way Back’ are officially announced to be opening this year.
With new festival announcements comes a new round of Oscar predictions. Check them out and let me know what you think!
There is no context for valid Oscar predictions this early in the season so here are my no guts, no glory predictions for Best Picture 2011.
Here are 10 books that have been adapted into films that are being released this fall. All of them have Oscar potential. Which books will you be reading this summer?