A weekend topped off by ‘The World’s End’, ‘The Grandmasters’, and SXSW hits ‘Short Term 12’ and ‘Drinking Buddies’? I’ll drink to that!
Tag Archives | Wong Kar-Wai
G Clark discusses recent viewings of ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’ ‘Pearl Harbor,’ and ‘Happy Together’ in this week’s Quick Takes.
Wong Kar-Wai’s long awaited feature ‘The Grandmaster’ opened Berlin Film Festival to a mixed, but nonetheless captivated critical reception.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a romantic Criterion release, a monstrous boxed-set, and the most quotable movie OF ALL TIME.
As tradition Alex updates the list of his favorite movies of all time. Read his list and share your thoughts!
The Film Misery staff talks about its favorite films in the Hong Kong director’s distinguished filmography.
As our Wong Kar Wai Marathon nears its end, we attempt to find meaning in what is called the Hong Kong auteur’s “Informal Trilogy” – ‘Days of Being Wild,’ ‘In the Mood for Love,’ and ‘2046.’
As we near the end of our marathon, it is time to test your WKW knowledge.
Although ‘My Blueberry Nights’ is a love story, much of the film is devoted to the pain of failed relationships, which creates a powerful depiction of earnestness of a potentially working one.
Top 100 films, RIP Ken Russell, ‘War Horse’ rave, new pics from ‘Prometheus’…
Brief reviews of ‘Sideways,’ ‘Bridesmaids,’ ‘My Week With Marilyn,’ and ‘Chungking Express’.
‘Happy Together’ is a feast for the senses and one of Wong Kar Wai’s best.
Wong Kar Wai breaks very little new ground with Fallen Angels, but the old ground he retreads is nearly perfected.
Revolutionary ‘Django Unchained,’ Billy Crystal and the Oscars, mixed word for ‘Tintin,’ new ‘Hunger Games’ trailer…
Brief reviews of ‘As Tears Go By’ and ‘Buck’
The flavors at work in ‘Ashes of Time’ don’t hit the palette right away, but when they do it is a visceral treat.
Chungking Express is a delightful, poignant movie about urban alienation that marks Wong Kar Wai’s emergence as a brilliant auteur.
Movies from Alexander Payne and David Cronenberg as well as what to look forward to at Film Misery in November.
Wong Kar-Wai’s first film makes for a promising, if slightly imperfect, debut to our November Marathon.
A few short words on Film Misery’s next Movie Marathon.