Breaking the decades-long streak of revisionist takes on European fairy tales, including Disney’s own Maleficent just last year, Kenneth Branagh’s (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Thor, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Hamlet, Henry IV) adaptation of Cinderella unfolds as an overly familiar, by-the-numbers adaptation, thematically regressive and ultimately, dramatically bland, dull, and
Gobbledygeek returns to the land of Berk as Paul and AJ are joined by Eric Sipple to discuss How to Train Your Dragon 2.
The 411 on 10 chick flicks hitting theaters and digital/VOD March 7-28—from VERONICA MARS, to DIVERGENT, and more!
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Aren’t we ready for next year – our own year-in-advance picks we know we’ll laugh at in several months’ time, the obvious Oscar bait that fizzles out for one reason or another, the films that catch fire at the last minute, the campaign chicanery? But we still have this Oscar
The Monuments Men could have been Ocean’s Eleven circa World War II. Instead, it’s more like Ocean’s Twelve.
The top races – for picture and director – didn’t change much over the last few days, but Her thankfully made some waves with the Writers Guild of America (WGA). The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) weighs in with its picks on Feb. 16, and that’s really
Do GRAVITY’s wins with the DGA and the PGA mean the space-set thriller will win best picture?
How will the Screen Actors Guild and Producers Guild of America’s picks affect the Oscar race?
AMERICAN HUSTLE and GRAVITY lead the Oscar nominations. 12 YEARS A SLAVE close behind. And what’s ALONE YET NOT ALONE?
Members of the motion-picture academy could begin voting for the Oscars as early as Dec. 27, and today marks the final day on which they can turn in their ballots. In other words, nothing that happens after today – save for some kind of technical glitch with the electronic voting