Day: January 12, 2010

Nikki Finke dug up this funny video — one thing I never expected to happen during Oscars 2009 was that our readers would be so divided on Sandra V. Meryl. Meryl Streep has one lead Oscar and one supporting. In ...

Nice choice. I think you’ll find Nathaniel Rogers’ top 100 of the decade pretty interesting. His top ten are: 1. Moulin Rouge 2. Dancer in the Dark 3. Brokeback Mountain 4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 5. Far From ...

Thought this trio of headlines on the Drudge Report was amusing. The Avatar Blues, so-called, links to this CNN story which draws its sources from a message board. Meanwhile, Avatar just beat E.T. and has just moved up to the ...

I had build this chart a while back for my own purposes (rather, borrowed the chart data from Box Office Mojo), but in case you might be interested in the side by side comparison – here it is (reader Franc ...

SACHA GERVASI Anvil! The Story of Anvil (Metal On Metal Productions) MAI ISKANDER Garbage Dreams (Iskander Films, Inc.) ROBERT KENNER Food, Inc. (Robert Kenner Films) LOUIE PSIHOYOS The Cove (Oceanic Preservation Society and Roadside Attractions) GEOFFREY SMITH The English Surgeon ...

The 82nd Oscars telecast is brewing as the perfect storm to attract its biggest audience in years.¬†¬† The combination of Adam Shankman’s TV-popularity, the two co-hosts, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin, and most importantly, the popularity of the films involved ...

Indiewire’s Peter Knegt reports that the Los Angeles Film Critics have chosen their best of the 200s: 1. Mulholland Dr. – David Lynch 2. There Will Be Blood – Paul Thomas Anderson 3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – ...

Trailer mash-up of The Dark Knight and In the Loop on YouTube: Another tidbit from Wells at HE — apparently someone had the really good idea of inviting MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann to present the Screenplay honor to the most deserving ...

Brooks Barnes writing for the New York Times makes a pretty decent case for Fantastic Mr. Fox upsetting Up at the Oscars: In a mid-December surprise, both the New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association ...

by John Villeneuve Full disclosure. Being a highly functional, life-long sufferer of bipolarity (hence the appearance of the conjunction “too” in the title), I may be the wrong person to be reviewing Canadian director, Xavier Dolan’s semi-autobiographical debut film, J’ai ...

Jeff Wells at Hollywood-Elsewhere attended the event and has posted decent-enough quality videos of the event. First up, Meryl Streep (you gotta love the suck-ups laughing at every line, clapping at every observation – not so snooty now are you! ...

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