This week, we look at how the Broadcast Film Critics Association‘s (BFCA) Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nominations – announced on Monday – might affect the Oscar race. Alejandro González Iñárritu‘s Birdman leads the pack there with 13 nominations; Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Richard Linklater‘s Boyhood follow with
The “official” kickoff of the awards season may have been last week, but it more or less showed us that Robert Duvall, Chris Rock, and Shailene Woodley will hit the campaign trail harder than we expected… Regardless, the awards part of awards season kicks off over the next two weeks.
Stiles White’s low-budget horror flick Ouija barely won the weekend box office over Nightcrawler – Dan Gilroy’s takedown of today’s entertainment press, but the real story of the weekend is Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman. Following raves out of the Venice Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, and New York Film Festival,
Chris Rock’s Top Five seemed to be more of a commercial prospect when distributors were fighting for get U.S. rights at the Toronto International Film Festival. However, winning bidder Paramount might also have Oscar on the mind: Five hits select locations on Dec. 5 and theaters nationwide the following weekend.
This weeks biggest release is definitely Brave. I thought this was a great film and Merida is so incredibly adorable! The entire family is so lovely. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and think it’s one of the must-buys this week. Here’s a clip from the film: [springboard type=”video” id=”599441″ player=”scin001″ width=”560″ height=”315″ ]
As Louie delves deeper into its fictionalized Late Night War, the picture is starting to come into focus more and more. Of course, C.K. is commentating on the nature of the late night business and the idea of how fierce competition, even amongst professionals and old friends, can bring out the
Blu-Ray/DVD Round-up 9/11: SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN, GIRL IN PROGRESS, VAMPIRE DIARIES, CASTLE and more!
This week there are plenty of shows to choose from, so all the TV show junkies out there can get their fix, and one of the summer’s big hits Snow White and the Huntsman is also out. You still have time to enter the Blu-Ray and Prize Pack contest for
Dear Readers, Today, as I have previously done for Think Like a Man and The Five-Year Engagement, I’d like to recommend a new-to-DVD/Blu-ray/iTunes chick flick: What to Expect When You’re Expecting. A loose adaptation of Heidi Murkoff‘s best-selling pregnancy how-to, What to Expect When You’re Expecting is an intertwining ensemble tale of five very different couples who,
Five years after Julie Delpy wrote, directed and played the starring role in 2 Days In Paris, she returns to the big screen for its sequel 2 Days In New York. While the original saw Delpy’s character Marion bring an American boyfriend to Paris to meet her idiosyncratic family, the
What to Expect When You’re Expecting is a true delight. More than I expected and everything I hoped it would be. Based on the pregnancy guidebook of the same name (as much as Mean Girls is ‘based on’ Queen Bees and Wannabes), What to Expect When You’re Expecting follows five couples who unexpectedly find themselves expecting: Over