‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ and the Coens make me happy, Julianne Moore and Christopher Nolan make me sad. These are my reactions to the 2011 Oscar nominations.
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Some are obvious, some might be surprises, and others you might flat out disagree with. These are my top ten favorite films of 2010.
‘Burlesque’ leads the way with three eligible songs. There were no shocking omissions on this year’s list.
‘Winter’s Bone’ beat out a lot of tough competition to take home two of the top prizes at the Gotham Independent Film Awards.
Several critically acclaimed films were snubbed from the Documentary shortlist, but the frontrunners continue on.
More delay for Netflix, ‘Superman’ gets panned, ‘Tree of Life’ poster, ‘Burlesque’ clip…
The Oscar predictions have been updated! Here is a break down of who I think will win in the various categories.
Harry Potter 3D on Blu-Ray, ‘Carlos’ gets cut, ‘Superman’ kids meet Obama, Stoltz was a bad McFly…
See ‘Waiting for Superman’ and take notes. Then write two letters â€“ one to your representative asking for change and another to your favorite teacher thanking them for making a difference.
Harry Potter spells, ‘Waiting for Superman’ rave, poster and trailer for ‘Client 9’…
Film power 100, no more ‘Haml3t’, logo for ‘Brave’, Julianne Moore loves to cry…
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.
My Oscar analysis on one of the easiest categories to predict and one of the hardest.
There are so many problems with our education system are they even fixable? Davis Guggenheim examines the issue in his latest documentary.
Even if you weren’t in attendance at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, you’ve got to admit that it offers a nice distraction in the traditionally slow awards week that precedes the nomination announcements. Once again I am incredibly jealous of those who were in attendance at this year’s festival as word on several films was […]
REVIEWS: Nowhere Boy – Chris Bumbray of JoBlo gives the John Lennon biopic mild praise, saying Aaron Johnson was great. Get Low – Jeff Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere calls Get Low “a first-rate backwoods American drama” and lists it as one of his highlights of the festival so far. Restrepo – Allison Whillmore of Independent […]
Film Reviews: The first and only film to premiere so far is Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Freidman’s Howl, based on Allan Ginsberg’s infamous poem. Jeffery Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere says its a great start to the festival: It’s brisk, condensed, in some ways florid, engaging, intellectually alert and stimulating. You know what this thing is? […]
Read of the Day: The ten worst awards acceptance speeches of all-time include Angelina Jolie’s creepy declaration of love for her brother and Oliver Stone’s rant about U.S. drug policy. [Woman’s Daily] News of the Day: If you haven’t yet heard – it is now official that Marc Webb, director of (500) Days of Summer, […]