G Clark puts a cap on 2017 with his utterly definitive and wholly inarguable rankings of the best films of the year, which everyone may now argue about.
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A countdown of each co-hosts lists of the ten best movies of 2017.
In the lead-up to our Best of the Year episode, Lena Houst guest-hosts to discuss the miscellaneous achievements of 2017.
Justin Jagoe’s 2017 in review: A summation of the best (and worst) of the past year’s cinema.
A review of the late William Peter Blatty’s debut film ‘The Ninth Configuration,’ along with some miscellaneous 2016 in Film lists.
Justin and G Clark discuss their top 5 picks for the best television shows of 2016.
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite movies of 2016!
Justin Jagoe’s 2016 in review: A summation of the best (and worst) of the past year’s cinema.
In a tumultuous and sobering year, Lena’s Top Ten films give voice to both the ecstatic highs and devastating lows the best cinema brings out in us.
Following a review of ‘Free State of Jones,’ a round-up of the Best Movies of 2016 So Far.
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite films of last year.
Lena brings an end to her whirlwind year with her Top 20 favorite films, a rapturous mix of joys and sorrows.
Justin’s Top Ten Movies of 2014, along with his pics for the year’s worst, overrated and Underrated movies.
Special Awards for the films that deserve them. What are yours?
In Part 3 of out 4-part series of 2013 Film Misery Awards, we give shout-outs to the best acting, writing and directing we saw at the movies.
In Part 2 of our Film Misery Awards, we honor the best in animation, nonfiction and ensemble acting.
Hilary gravitates toward documentaries, formal and conceptual innovation, blending of the real and surreal, and direct, immersive stories in her Top Ten Films of 2013.
We begin the 2013 Film Misery Awards by honoring achievements in the technical categories!
What are the most overrated and underrated movies of 2013? The Film Misery staff weighs in.
2013 was a disappointing movie year for Justin. But that’s his own damn fault, not the movies.