Peter Travers, via twitter:
“David Fincher‚Äôs Social Network is the 1st film I’ve given **** in 2010. It‚Äôs the movie of the year that also brilliantly defines the decade.”
(Travers ranks 5th in the unscientific poll we conducted last week, teasing out the top critics to find the...
Scott Foundas steps forward with a hugely enthusiastic review for The Social Network in Film Comment.
This is very rich material for a movie on such timeless subjects as power and privilege, and such intrinsically 21st-century ones as the migration of society itself from the real to the virtual sphere‚Äîand David Fincher‚Äôs The Social Network is big and brash...
This shakes up the holidays with an unexpected jolt of adrenaline, doesn’t it? Reader Sean points out that Sony has upgraded The Tourist to First...
Aside from the knockout cast and fascinating dynamics of the premise, there’s another thing that jumps out at me from this trailer for The Town that gives me a tingle of appreciation. The phrase “From the studio that brought you…” is something we don’t see much anymore, and I like the pride inherent in the plug.
Not much needs to be said about the teaser for The Social Network. It serves a dual purpose with simple precision. Realigns any misconception that the focus would be Facebook users. And reinforces anticipation for those of us who already knew that.
(thanks to Evie for the friend request)
Toy Story 3 soars to the top of the populist cinemaphile fetish list.
When a Pixar film lands in the IMDb Top 250, it tends to stick pretty tight.
11. Toy Story 3
171. How to Train Your Dragon (relevant to the discussion)
153. Toy Story 1
154. Finding Nemo
183. The Incredibles
243. Toy Story 2
245. Monsters Inc.
(thanks to bharatnayak...