Awards season and Oscars now behind us, we look at the appetizing lineup of March releases, from ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ to ‘Nymphomaniac’!
Tag Archives | Wes Anderson
Who’s ready for the 2014 festival blitz? Berlin has kicked off anticipation in choosing Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ to open their 2014 festival.
The film features almost all of Anderson’s regulars, exhibits his signature style, and looks like a lot of fun.
From Ashby to Malick; from Soderbergh to Tarantino, the staff lists some of their favorite sophomore directorial films of all time.
In case you missed the Podcast, check out my top ten list and see why 2012 will be remembered as the year when my movie-going habits changed permanently.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases vouch for this year’s outstanding indie gems in both cinema and television!
This week’s releases include a helping of several smaller gems, followed by some contemporary classics, topped off with an all-time masterpiece or two.
There have been several strong movies released so far in 2012, but will any last through Awards season?
As tradition Alex updates the list of his favorite movies of all time. Read his list and share your thoughts!
The Film Misery staff each shares our three choices. Share yours in the comments!
The Film Misery staff concludes our Wes Anderson marathon by ranking all seven films that he has made. Share your favorite as well.
Wild animals are trapped in people clothing in Wes Anderson’s ambitious animated film.
Phil and Alex discuss two new movies and whether or not HBO should ditch cable in this week’s podcast.
There may not be as many Best Picture nominees emerging out of this year’s festival, but which films have the best chance?
As we wind down our marathon, we want to know how well you know the renowned auteur.
Round ups of all films that have played so far at the Cannes Film Festival.
How I learned to love the train.
There a six films in Wes Anderson’s ouevre with a seventh on the way. Which is your favorite?
Film critic Matt Zoller-Seitz breaks down the fantastic opening scene from one of Anderson’s best films.
A look back at what might be Anderson’s most underappreciated work.