Here is some amazing geek movie poster art by Marie Bergeron. There is nothing cooler than an artist who puts their own stamp on the geeky movies and characters we all know and love. The Dark Knight Rises, Pulp Fiction, The Avengers, Looper, and Star Wars…I think she has all the
The Oscar Nominations were announced today by Seth MacFarlane and Emma Stone, and, well… I paid attention to the Oscars somewhat near the end of 2007 when the Coen Brothers’ No Country for Old Men took the big wins, but my first full year of keeping tabs on Oscar was
There is not much time left in the Oscar race. The most important awards announcement of the week came on Wednesday when the Producers Guild of America (PGA) revealed its nominees for the Daryl F. Zanuck Award for Producer of the Year in Theatrical Motion Pictures, which are: Argo, Beasts
Here are some of the cool Blu-ray and DVD releases for this week. This week we got a small amount of releases with Looper and Justified: The Complete Third Season being the best releases this week and should be bought! Here’s a clip from Looper: [springboard type=”video” id=”633681″ player=”scin001″ width=”560″ height=”315″ ] And
2012 was a great year at the movies, from long-awaited summer sequels to year-end Oscar bait. Established auteurs like Quentin Tarantino, Kathryn Bigelow, and Steven Spielberg padded their impressive résumés, while helmers like Joss Whedon and Rian Johnson realized their next level of potential. James Bond got dark, Emma Watson
Each of the top eight races boasts a front-runner or two, but what about the other three or four nominees in each race? It’s both a frustrating change of pace and a welcome one. It makes predicting the Oscars more difficult, but it also makes pinpointing the season a bit more exciting, doesn’t it?
The question probably wasn’t even our minds just a week ago, but now, it’s one many ask as Kathryn Bigelow’s docudrama took top honors at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards and National Board of Review Awards, being named the best film and best director of the year at
Looper is one fantastic movie. However, while you may enjoy it while watching, some lingering time travel doubts creep in and diminish the experience. The more you think about it, the less sense it makes. Luckily, the team at Machinima.com have created this handy video on how Looper should have ended, including
I don’t want to write a “review” of Rian Johnson’s movie Looper per se. It’s certainly one of the more interesting films of the year, and the direction and acting is top-notch. Instead I want to discuss whether or not the movie follows its own internal logic and actually comes together to make any sort of “sense.”
On Friday, Ang Lee’s Life of Pi kicked off the New York Film Festival and received high marks from the critics. The epic scale, lauded visual effects, and story about humanity might tug the heartstrings of Oscar voters, and if there’s a movie out there to grab “the heart vote,”
When you think of film and time-travel there are a lot of movies that come to mind: The Time Machine, Back to the Future, The Terminator and Primer to name a few. Rian Johnson (Brick and The Brothers Bloom) has decided to throw his hat in with the sub-genre and while I will not say that it redefines it, it definitely uses the ideas that have already been established by the films that came before it and adds a twist on it to create one of the most enjoyable science-fiction experiences you’ll see this year.
Looper, which you can read my glowing review here, is a film about assassins who kill people sent back in time to them from the future. One day Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is sent his older self, played by Bruce Willis, and he gets free causing a series of crazed cat
Each day before the beginning of every month, I’ll spotlight four films you should see each week and why, including trailers, clips, pictures and anything else I can. They’ll either be films coming out in theaters that week or something on Netflix I think you should see. The kind of
Fall is an interesting time at the box office. It’s a mix of summer leftovers and the beginnings of the award season hopefuls. It’s an ecclectic mix where you have family friendly fare alongside depressing dramas vying for Oscars. Even the term “Fall release” needed some clarification. We decided that