Thursday, January 15 2009
Unlike previous years, where classics came crawling out of the celluloid woodwork with regular reckless abandon, 2008 was more calm… and considered. That's not to say that choosing 30 top titles was hard. The difficulty in placing them in some manner of rank order suggests the actual depth of quality involved.
Monday, April 28 2008
If May almost tent-poled itself out of existence, June will be even worse. After all, are audiences really ready for 13 major release in less than two months -- with more to come?
Thursday, June 26 2008
For much of WALL∙E, the titular robot speaks not a word, but instead whimpers or exclaims, his language an assortment of expressive erps and eeps.
Monday, June 30 2008
In the second half of our Disney discussion, the way in which the dystopian world of WALL*E was sold to a susceptible public is dissected.
Sunday, June 29 2008
As part of a double dose of Disney Monday, Chris Barsanti looks at the recent release from CG savants Pixar.
Friday, June 27 2008
By its very definition, imagination is limitless. The only true restrictions to the notion exist in the connection to actual human thought. Clearly, whoever is
Wednesday, October 1 2008
Flooded cities. A plague of blindness. Humanity huddled in bunkers. It's just another night at the movies. The Katrina documentary "Trouble the Water," the viral-outbreak
Thursday, July 17 2008
Conservatives love to complain about Hollywood liberalism, but most of the political films that shuffle through the cineplexes are standard-issue leftie hackwork that neither persuade