THE BRIEF

Returning to the tense terrain that yielded exciting results in 2006 with Inside Man, Spike Lee is close to a deal to direct another thriller, Nagasaki Deadline. The Guardian says it’s an anti-terrorist nail-biter that Martin Campbell wanted to do a decade ago — until 9/11 made the subject too ...

Something about Tom Cruise seems to draw out our worst qualities.  In many ways, we are an enlightened, evolved culture.  But all too often, and especially now with so much ...

[UPDATE: Kristen Stewart on The Late Show with David Letterman, now attached on page 2.] Last week’s EW cover declared Eclipse “The Best Twilight Movie So Far” without a single ...

(thanks to Ryan Griffin for the lookout) The eternal conflict continues: “The Finale of the Worldwide Phenomenon” …torn between Good: “The Motion Picture Event of a Generation” …and Evil: “Complete ...

I’m not sure how this will play with modern audiences, but it does sort of have a Glee-like feel. ¬†As far as the original Grease goes, I used to feel ...

It’s hard to see these as anything but tough sells, but Slate’s Abby McGanney Nolan has listed ten of the best films that never saw the green light. Some highlights: ...
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Three American indies directed by women are “marvelous.” He calls Winter’s Bone, the “Movie of the Year.”

There is much to appreciate about Woody Allen, but his frank confessions coming out now really do reveal much about the artist, art in general and his outlook on life, ...

All Helvetica breaks loose in the promo for Season 4 of Mad Men. Dialogue is reduced (or elevated?) to bold typeface face-offs, and snappy comebacks become catchy slogans. Slick reminder ...

For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism “is the first documentary to dramatize the rich saga of American movie reviewing.” Offering an insiders view of the ...

Candy Darling & Joan Rivers Ignite P-Town By Stephen Holt Having just returned from the sunny Cape Cod shores of the Provincetown International Film Festival, I can safely say that ...

A comedy that might actually make me laugh? I thought Hollywood stopped making those. Based on the novel by Jonathan Ames, one of the few authors who can make me ...

Coming Soon spoke with Despicable Me producer Christopher Meledandri who says The Adaams Family might be returning to their New Yorker roots in a stop-motion feature from Tim Burton: Though ...

LATimes 24 Frames says, following Never Let Me Go, Fox Searchlight has signed Carey Mulligan to star in a second film for the specialty division. The company of “Juno” and ...


Al Robinson
It would be pretty cool to see some foreign films on th ...
Alex Goes
Frankly I'm the same way. I often fall into the trap (a ...
Bryce Forestieri
Yup. Yup.
Jamie Teller
I've always thought The Godfather was actually rather e ...
It is true Pfeiffer, Bening are overdue. But Amy Adams? ...

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Best PicturEBirth of a Nation
Manchester by the Sea




Best ActorCasey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea
Nate Parker, Birth of a Nation



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Nate Parker, Birth of a Nation
Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea



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The Little Prince


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