Tuesday, January 11 2011
Among this year's winners include a fake documentary, a comedy about Jihad, a vampire story NOT dealing with tacky tween romance, a haunting hillbilly noir, and an elegant tale about clones. Not necessarily the usual cinematic suspects.
Tuesday, January 4 2011
The ladies really lit up the big screen, delivering the kind of brilliant acting work that makes picking a mere 20 that much more difficult, let alone unearthing a clear number one.
Monday, January 3 2011
A collection of 10 films that make us feel bad for loving them so - though we can easily defend each and every one... we think.
Thursday, April 15 2010
Serving as Kick-Ass' mentor, savior, and inspiration, Hit Girl is a perfect and perverse fantasy -- abused and abusive, tearfully vulnerable and ingeniously cruel.
Wednesday, November 10 2010
If it goes down as anything, 2010 will be seen as the year of the misunderstood movie, an artistic anomaly which saw at least four fine films fall by the commercial wayside.
Monday, August 16 2010
Simple math would suggest that 'Scott Pilgrim' only played to those already prepared for it, failing to move beyond the invested in-crowd. They couldn't even reach those who loved Edgar Wright's work before.
Thursday, August 5 2010
Few films can walk the comic book walk and chew genre gum at the same time. Kick-Ass does that - and a lot, lot more.
Tuesday, April 20 2010
“How To Train Your Dragon” beats “Kick-Ass” at the box office.
Monday, April 19 2010
In a typical January to April malaise, Tinseltown is pegging you as a disappointment, and if the bottom line is the only factor used to determined such a dynamic, they are right.
Friday, April 23 2010
"Nobody knows anything." In his 1983 book "Adventures in the Screen Trade," screenwriter William Goldman offered those three words as a sort of mantra to the
Monday, April 19 2010
It seems a little wrong for us to evaluate the disappointing $19.8-million take of "Kick-Ass" this weekend when we (and many others) were, prior to
Friday, April 16 2010
LOS ANGELES — Nursing a nasty Jack Daniels hangover, director Matthew Vaughn spent Wednesday morning doing the same thing he's been doing for weeks: defending "Kick-Ass,"
Monday, April 12 2010
The controversy around "Kick-Ass" began with the film's R-rated trailer, which hit the Internet in December and showed a masked little girl shooting grown men