There was more good and god-awful this year, making this particular Top Ten a tough one to compile.
The year in cinematic slop with many more possibilities than praise worthy products.
I can remember years when I had to whittle down my eventual 10 from a pile of plenty. Now, I can hardly drudge up five... and that's putting it mildly.
The first installment of Peter Jackson’s new Middle-Earth trilogy has nearly as much going for it (Martin Freeman as Bilbo, much untampered-with Tolkien dialogue) as it does against it (that chintzy-looking 48 FPS speed, bloated screenplay).
First kill all the critics?
Dinesh D'Souza's complaints about the Academy "snubbing" his Obama documentary for political reasons would be worthy of note...were his film any good.
Welcome to our weekly field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: Osaka takes it on the chin in Gojira no Gyakushu aka Godzilla Raids Again
Tired of the same old holiday hokum? Here's 10 examples, both sincere and sinister, that will make your yuletide, if not bright, at least a bit more bearable.
Brad Pitt's latest earns one of the lowest ratings ever from audience polling service Cinemascore. So what does it mean?
When disposable movies had ambition.