With Venice Film Festival winding down, Jonathan Glazer’s disquieting erotic sci-fi ‘Under the Skin’ is leaving deep impressions on critics.
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The sad news that master animator Hayao Miyazaki is retiring comes timed with the delighted reaction to his final film, ‘The Wind Rises’!
The race for the Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival heats up with the ecstatic response to Kelly Reichardt’s eco-terror thriller ‘Night Moves’.
Venice takes a darker detour with David Gordon Green’s southern thriller ‘Joe’, and critics are divided about exactly how potent it is.
The Venice competition lineup kicks off with John Curran’s ‘Tracks’, the Mia Wasikowska starring desert trek film critics are lightly applauding.
Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’ has opened this year’s Venice Film Festival on a high note! We gather up the rave reviews of the sci-fi adventure!
Hayao Miyazaki, Kelly Reichardt, Johnathan Glazer and more are bringing their films to the 70th Venice Film Festival.
This year’s Venice Film Festival has acquired a rare blockbuster to kick-off festivities in Alfonso Cuaron’s space thriller ‘Gravity’.
Kim Ki-duk’s Golden Lion-winning ‘Pietà’ is a violent, relentless film about a sociopath, too concerned with shocking its audience to be truly effective.
Kim Ki-duk’s ‘Pietà’ won the Golden Lion at the 2012 Venice Film Festival, but Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ inevitably gathered the most attention.
‘To the Wonder’ gets mixed reviews while ‘The Master’ gets raves and each reaction gives us a glimpse at their Oscar hopes.
With Venice and Telluride underway, it’s time to guess how the festivals will affect the Oscars.
As the 69th Venice Film Fest kicks into gear, we look at some of our favorite movies to win the Festival’s top prize.
Film Misery is looking to expand our team of writers for the upcoming movie awards season. Will you join us?
What do these awards mean for the Oscar race?
George Clooney, ‘The Ides of March’, and ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ are featured among this week’s Boosts and Drops.
Mixed reviews greet some of the lesser talked about movies at the Venice and Telluride Film Festivals.
It looks like the second film to drop at a major Fall film festival to almost unanimous praise has arrived.
One of the most divisive festival films so far has premiered. Which reviews do we believe?
Early reactions to the film appear mostly mixed leaning towards the positive.