Every year after Telluride there is the sense that bigger, better movies could still come along that might overtake the race. I remember this most profoundly in 2012 when... (Read More)
The first day of Telluride was a rough one. Most of us were doing the big three: Wild first, after the Patron’s Brunch, then taking the gondola back down,... (Read More)
Debuted exclusively on IMDB.com. This might be the one that best represents this film. Best Actor is so far looking like a showdown between Steve Carell and Michael Keaton.
Todd McCarthy has posted his review of Birdman from Venice and it looks to be a solid Oscar contender in the major categories, picture, acting, directing, writing, as well... (Read More)
I love the Oscar race. I hate the Oscar race. And yet, the season is upon us. We have to start the year by remembering what the Oscar race is and... (Read More)
Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children will skip Telluride, head to Toronto and open to the public shortly thereafter. Jeff Wells off Tapley’s exclusive: Paramount will pop Jason Reitman‘s Men, Women... (Read More)
The New York Times selected six directors to talk about the films that made them want to make movies. Featured in the article, Ava DuVernay, Sarah Polley, Lisa Cholodenko,... (Read More)
Clint Eastwood dives into awards season in a big way when American Sniper changes position slightly to be an end of the year contender, having a release date on... (Read More)