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Smackdown 1989: Anjelica, Brenda, Dianne, Lena, and Julia Roberts

08/31/2014 17:00:04 PM

Presenting the Nominated Supporting Actresses of 1989. Motherhood was the loose theme of the shortlist with a determined mom (Brenda Fricker) facing off against a determined-to-be-a-mom bride (Julia Roberts). Add in 1986's Oscar winner in this catego > read more

Yes No Maybe So: "The Rewrite"

08/31/2014 12:30:30 PM

Hugh Grant returns to the romantic comedy genre in "The Rewrite". Here's Matthew Eng to break it down for us in our Yes No Maybe So way YES • Marisa Tomei• Marisa Tomei• Marisa Tomei• Let me say it again. Marisa. Tomei. I&rsqu > read more

Beauty Break: Stars in Chains

08/31/2014 10:00:52 AM

I was all prepared to write a short and snappy post about Historical Inaccuracies via Hot Bodies when I saw Adrien Brody buffed and chained for Houdini. Only then I looked at photos of the actual Houdini and it wasn't such a stretch after all. He mus > read more

Yes, No, Maybe So: Jon Stewart's Rosewater

08/31/2014 06:10:06 AM

Amir here, anxiously over-analyzing the trailer for Jon Stewart’s directorial debut. Rosewater tells the story of Maziar Bahari, an Iranian-Canadian journalist who was arrested following the Green Revolution riots, when Iranians protested again > read more

Review: Robin Wright at "The Congress"

08/30/2014 16:00:48 PM

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UHF (1989) - Let's Get Weird

08/30/2014 12:00:47 PM

Hello all, > read more

Game of Links

08/30/2014 08:30:20 AM

Catching up on news & noteworthy we didn't cover the past couple of days... BrangelinaVanity Fair > read more

Review: The Zero Theorem

08/29/2014 20:44:02 PM

Michael Cusumano here with the latest dispatch from the bizarre world of Terry Gilliam. Terry Gilliam is an artist one can’t help but root for. The image of Gilliam that comes most readily to mind is one from the great behind-the-scenes disast > read more

When Harry Met Sally... (1989) Food for Thought

08/29/2014 16:15:31 PM

Anne Marie here on the 25th anniversary of a genre classic. It is a truth universally acknowledged, that any romcom made after 1989 owes large thematic debts to When Harry Met Sally… From the Meet Cute to the Bickering Couple to the Final Roma > read more

'Common Threads', and Oscar's History with LGBT Documentaries

08/29/2014 13:26:38 PM

Today is Wear It Purple Day, which asks people to simply wear the color purple in support of LGBT equality. It's appropriate then that we continue our celebration of 1989 today with a look at that year's Oscar winner for Best Documentary. Glenn is jo > read more

Political Filmmakers & Cute Dogs: A Conversation with Nick Davis

08/29/2014 10:35:21 AM

Amir here, to share with you a podcast conversation about my favorite film of 2014. I first watched Jafar Panahi’s Closed Curtain at the Toronto Film Festival almost a full year ago. It was my last film of the festival and I debated long and ha > read more

Thoughts I Had... on a bunch of new posters

08/29/2014 08:47:00 AM

We've neglected to share new posters so, let's do. A few brief thoughts, in the order they came, after each poster: Starred Up, Whiplash, The Seventh Son, Theory of Everything and American Horror Story: Freakshow. Discuss! > read more

Tim's Toons: In praise of the long-dead Osamu Tezuka

08/29/2014 06:08:00 AM

Tim here. Bear with me for a moment: we’re just about done with our month-long look at 1989 in cinema, about which I already had my say. But one of the other things that happened in animation that year was that the great Japanese animator and i > read more

The 10 Most Terrifying Words You'll Read Today

08/28/2014 16:00:43 PM

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An Honorary for O'Hara, At Last!

08/28/2014 14:10:52 PM

Actress Maureen O'Hara will be receiving an Honorary this year along with the great actor/singer/activist Harry Belafonte. Neither were ever nominated for competitive Oscars despite rich and enduring showbiz careers and, you know, that's exactly the > read more

Amazon Pilots: "Hand of God"

08/28/2014 11:45:19 AM

Someone needs to have a long talk with Amazon about trying to compete with Netflix and the like with their original programming. Very first step (once you have content) is to make it accessible and advertise it. Advertise it AT LEAST on your own webs > read more

1989 Look Back: The Last Films of Two Hollywood Legends

08/28/2014 09:53:07 AM

Hollywood in 1989 was a far different place than it was in the studio system heyday of the 30s through the 50s. The Old Hollywood glamour that made stars like Bette Davis and Audrey Hepburn once shine bright seemed like a distant memory compared to s > read more

Best Shot - Season Finale on Tuesday

08/28/2014 08:21:33 AM

Hit Me With Your Best Shot soon steps aside for the utter madness of Fall Festivals and Awards Season. It will return for a sixth season next March. Why not join in on the season finale, THE MATRIX (1999). It's enlightening. Take the red pill. To pl > read more

Foreign Film Oscar Watch: Denmark, Germany, Venezuela, Nepal

08/27/2014 21:00:37 PM

The trickle of foreign film submission info has become and soon it will be a flood. Over the new few days I'll be filling out a lot more of the foreign language submission charts which are written by me and my multi-lingual friend A.D. who knows so m > read more

Introducing... The Supporting Actress Nominees of 1989

08/27/2014 17:31:00 PM

It's just a few days until the Smackdown of 1989. Have you voted yet? You've met our panel, now let's meet the Supporting Actress nominees we'll be discussing as they're introduced in their movies. If you hadn't yet seen the movie would you be expect > read more

A Year with Kate: Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (1967)

08/27/2014 13:45:08 PM

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Linkman & Emmywoman

08/27/2014 11:30:47 AM

First Things First: at > read more

Gone With The Wind's Glorious Ensemble

08/27/2014 07:47:33 AM

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Best Shot Collection: Gone With the Wind (Pt. 2)

08/26/2014 22:59:47 PM

Previously on Hit Me With Your Best Shot - Gone With the Wind Pt 1 We return now to wind-swept Georgia and the tale of the most famous southern belle of all time, Scarlett O'Hara Wilkes Kennedy Butler. We've lost a few Best Shot participants this tim > read more

Stage Door: "Sweeney Todd" & "My Old Lady"

08/26/2014 19:00:48 PM

In Stage Door, our semi-weekly live performance column, we cover theater news that's directly or merely ever-so-slightly connected to film and television... mostly because theater is heaven. If you can manage to see it. Photos from Sweeney Todd the > read more

Lukewarm Off Presses: "Chef" Again, Lord Attenborough, Joan Allen, and Movie-to-TV Series

08/26/2014 16:30:13 PM

Four interesting tidbits coming atcha that we neglected to discuss for multiple reasons. If you hadn't yet heard them, they'll feel like brand new news to you. In what is clearly understood to be an awards-traction move, Jon Favreau's sleeper hit > read more

Emmy Aftermath: The Repetitions, The Rules, The Fixes.

08/26/2014 12:29:07 PM

Well hear we are the day after the 66th Emmy Awards... or was it the 65th? or 62nd? or 60? It gets so hard to tell what with their refusal to spread the wealth. This number may not be 100% accurate but from my rough calculations anyone/anything who w > read more

True Blood's Mercy Killing

08/26/2014 09:46:03 AM

Here's Adam Armstrong and me on the series finale of True Blood. My comments after Adam's -Nathaniel One thing you should know about me: I am a pro-rationalizer. I don’t enjoy disliking things, especially when it comes to movies and TV shows. > read more

Curio: Back to (Film) School

08/26/2014 06:30:32 AM

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Emmy Winners. Live-Listing

08/25/2014 19:14:00 PM

Refresh your screen periodicallyI'll have some sort of recap tomorrow and I'm live-tweeting > read more

How To Get Away With Linking

08/25/2014 17:38:21 PM

/Film Keith Stanfield of Short Term 12 fame will play Snoop Dogg in the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. He also has a key supporting role in Selma. So glad things are going his wayBuzzfeed > read more

The Best Film of 1989 That Wasn't

08/25/2014 14:00:39 PM

Glenn here to discuss a lil something from 1989, but first a divergence to the modern day. Last night’s MTV Video Music Awards were like stepping into a pop culture gulag. It’s easy to get misty-eyed thinking about VMA ceremonies of years > read more

Beauty Vs Beast: Double Oh Golden Boys

08/25/2014 11:25:54 AM

JA from MNPP here, using this week's round of our "Beauty vs Beast" series to commemorate the occasion of the 84th anniversary of the birth of that paragon of brute debonair charm, Sean Connery. Who even knew "brute" and "debonair" could be a simulta > read more

Box Office: An Expensive Lesson in Sequel Production

08/25/2014 08:45:51 AM

Amir here, with the weekend’s box office report. Much like last week, the biggest story at the multiplex is the massive failure of a has-been brand. Then, it was the shrinking shoulders of 80s action heroes that could not bear the weight of a c > read more


08/25/2014 07:10:11 AM

I went to a ball. I got a trophy. > read more

182 days 'til Oscar

08/24/2014 09:03:55 AM

Which power couple will be obsessing over in just six months time? The 87th Oscars approach and as long as the movies have been around there have been fabulously wealthy and glamorous movie star couples. Take Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks for i > read more

2 Days 'til Emmy Awards: Fantasy Mash-Ups

08/23/2014 10:01:22 AM

Before we hit the Emmy Awards one last group poll. I asked friends which Emmy nominated TV characters mix and matched from different series would they love to see paired up? > read more

"House Servant" = Slave

08/23/2014 08:20:39 AM

Looking back over some of the entries for last week's Best Shot episode (Gone With the Wind's first half) and chasing links here and there I found myself at The Anzrin Exchange > read more

Review: Frank

08/22/2014 20:00:42 PM

Michael C. here. > read more

Viola Davis. 'Holy s***, that woman can act!'

08/22/2014 11:39:04 AM

Here's Matthew Eng on where we are in the career of one of the great screen actresses... > read more

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Has Gone Global & Retro Cinematic

08/22/2014 09:40:35 AM

Tom Hiddleston after his challengeI know it's for a good cause but we're definitely reaching saturation point for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Soon, like maybe in 5 minutes, it will be over. But ALS is enjoying huge fundraising numbers so good on th > read more

Look Who's Talking (1989) and the Perils of Revisiting Childhood Faves

08/22/2014 07:11:36 AM

Hello everyone, Manuel here jumping aboard my personal DeLorean and taking a trip to 1989 to catch up with what’s still Amy Heckerling’s biggest box office success, the comedy Look Who's Talking. There's a certain joy and sadness in revi > read more

Tim's Toons: All Dogs Go to Heaven, the strangest animated film of 1989

08/21/2014 18:30:04 PM

Tim here. We’re talking 1989 this month at the Film Experience, and as any dabbler in the history of animation knows, 1989 is most important for being the year that Walt Disney Feature Animation get back on track after some two decades in the w > read more

Yes, No, Maybe So: Men, Women & Children

08/21/2014 15:48:14 PM

In the effort to get caught up on a backlog of trailers via our > read more

Best Shot Collection: Gone With the Wind (Pt. 1)

08/21/2014 10:01:09 AM

Seventy-five years ago this December (yes, we'll celebrate again...albeit in a different way) Gone With the Wind premiered. No, that isn't quite right. This epic about a selfish Southern Belle surviving the Civil War and beyond ARRIVED IN STYLE with > read more

Throwback Thursday FYC: sex, lies, and videotape (1989)

08/21/2014 07:30:17 AM

Our 1989 25th anniversary celebration continues... Have you ever seen sex, lies and videotape? Steven Sodebergh won the Palme D'Or at Cannes for his very first film and somehow it wasn't all downhill from there. The film, which was a minor box offic > read more

Yes, No, Maybe So: The Tale of Princess Kaguya

08/20/2014 21:00:29 PM

Tim here, with a peek at the new trailer for one of the year's biggest remaining animated releases. "Big" in the sense of "very, very small, but of peerless interest to animation buffs". Namely, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, the latest film by Studio > read more

Thoughts I Had... while looking at sudden Ant-Man stuff

08/20/2014 19:00:27 PM

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A Year with Kate: Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962)

08/20/2014 15:01:23 PM

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I thought, "hey, I can link, I can link." but now I know that I was wrong, 'cause I missed you ? ?

08/20/2014 12:30:40 PM

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5 Days 'til Emmys: Bunk Mates and Sex for Science

08/20/2014 09:10:50 AM

It's my blog and I'll play favorites if I want to. Though I'm rooting hardest for > read more

Yes, No, Maybe So: Rudderless & Revenge of the Green Dragons

08/20/2014 06:58:21 AM

Deborah here, with a double-entry of Yes, No, Maybe So. First up, Rudderless from actor turned director William H Macy. (He's up for an Emmy Monday night for Shameless) Yes Directorial debut of William H. Macy. I'm a fan. He's using his wife, t > read more

Where My (Legendary) Girls At: Jane, Lily, Diane, and Debbie

08/19/2014 20:00:03 PM

Any 24 hour period that has wonderful news about four film legends is a good day, at least in part. We have to grasp at happy straws considering the "real" world outside of the arts. So, let's start with the best best actress news of the day week mon > read more

Gone With The Wind... Blown To Wednesday Night!

08/19/2014 17:30:28 PM

For all your procrastinators, a gift. I'm having an issue with my copy of Gone With the Wind which will postpone my own choice for "Best Shot" until tomorrow. So we'll move the Best Shot party until tomorrow night giving you an extra 24 hours to get > read more

Beauty vs Beast: Fish Witch

08/19/2014 14:53:51 PM

JA from MNPP here with this week's mite-late edition of this week's "Beauty Vs Beast" - sorry for the unexpected day-long delay, what can we say, a sea-witch stole our voice from us. Coincidentally The Film Experience is celebrating the year 1989 in > read more

Tues Top Ten: Hottest Hotties of 1989

08/19/2014 11:11:58 AM

Here's abstew to continue our celebration of 1989 as the 'year of the month'. Happy 25th, 1989! As we look back at 1989 in preparation for the > read more

True Blood: As exhausting as it is to hate Vampire Bill, we're still doing it...

08/19/2014 10:14:49 AM

Adam Armstrong is like our own TV grim reaper counting down to "True Blood"'s True Death. Only one episode to go before it's all over for the fang-bangers! Adam has dispensed with narrative tissue and is just train-of-thoughting it now in the homestr > read more

Curio: Memorabilia Memorials

08/19/2014 06:00:06 AM

Alexa here, with my late entry eulogizing last week's departed greats. > read more

Stage Door: Two Hunks

08/18/2014 19:00:43 PM

Billy Magnusson as "Rapunzel's Prince"If you're looking forward to Into the Woods, you should familiarize yourself with one of its two Prince Charmings. The Observer > read more

This & That: Ant Man, Early Emmys, List Mania

08/18/2014 15:13:51 PM

Elisabeth Bergner, who started in German silents went on to a Best Actress Oscar nomination for Escape Me Never (1935)Schweigen a fine collection of 1920s and 1930s postcards of film actors. I loved looking at it despite my Richard Dix aversion. And > read more

Coming Soon? More from the Author of "Gone Girl"

08/18/2014 11:12:37 AM

On a trip to Los Angeles last year I met longtime reader Margaret de Larios > read more

Meet This Month's "Smackdown" Panelists

08/18/2014 08:30:32 AM

The Supporting Actress Smackdown of '89 > read more

Suddenly, last ICYMI posting....

08/17/2014 18:00:34 PM

August isn't an ideal month for blogging. People are vacationing or otherwise desperate to make use of the last stretch of summer (Turns out most people's idea of summer fun does not include hanging out online reading articles about the Oscars and Li > read more

"Let's Be Expendable," said the Box Office

08/17/2014 13:44:53 PM

Amir here, with the weekend’s box office report. The hearts of the old heroes shattered, their muscles shriveled, their skin drooped and the Botox melted. Who would have thought one day the toughest, meanest men in Hollywood would fall to four > read more

Podcast Extra: The Trouble with Diane Keaton

08/17/2014 07:15:44 AM

In this free flowing conversational extra [23 minutes] > read more

9 Days 'til Emmy Awards: Spin Offs & Ideal Hosts

08/16/2014 15:40:54 PM

As we approach the Emmy Awards, a little questionnaire silliness. I polled Friends of TFE and the staff, too. > read more

"Sing out (Madonna), Louise!"

08/16/2014 11:45:59 AM

A happy 56th birthday to the Queen Herself. I was out for drinks with two friends the other night (Hi, Sue & Jordan!) and somehow the conversation turned to Madonna -- I can't remember how it got there -- and the Best Actress for Evita Golden Globe w > read more

Review: The Giver

08/15/2014 21:53:56 PM

Hey, folks. Michael Cusumano here fresh from having Jeff Bridges impart the wonders of humanity directly into my brain. It’s an amusing irony that Phillip Noyce’s film of Lois Lowry’s beloved middle-school staple The Giver feels li > read more

Nicole's Return. The Dates Are Ever Changing.

08/15/2014 11:45:33 AM

When will our beloved Kidman return to us? For someone who works so consistently, doesn't it seem like it's hard to find Nicole Kidman in a movie theater? Grace of Monaco keeps threatening to arrive but never does leaving us to wonder if it will ever > read more

Tim's Toons: Remembering Williams & Bacall in animation

08/14/2014 20:00:44 PM

Tim here. In case you’re just tuning in, it’s been a brutal week for celebrity deaths (and in the world at large, but let’s not start getting into that or I’ll be too depressed to function). Nathaniel has already written lovel > read more

Stage Door: "King Lear" in the Park

08/14/2014 17:30:09 PM

Shakespeare in the Park shutters for another year this Sunday August 17th, so you only have a couple more chances to see King Lear. I can't claim that King Lear is one of my favorite plays and as far as interpretations of it go, nobody is ever going > read more

An Epic Link Roundup

08/14/2014 14:33:11 PM

We haven't gathered links in a few days so we're way behind on news and such. Here's a few handfuls for ya... Must ReadThe Wire David Sims measures the cast of Expendables 3 by every conceivable metricDecider Tyler Coates on Holly Hunter's polka dot > read more

Oscar Rumblings, Song Cuttings, Record Breakings

08/14/2014 12:15:47 PM

don't cry Meryl, you've got plenty of songs to sing already!No sooner do we get the Oscar charts updated > read more

Gone With The Summer

08/14/2014 10:18:04 AM

Hattie is judging you. Stop with your fiddle-dees and choose a 'BEST SHOT' alreadyI'm like one of those horrible teachers that gives you endless homework. But I hope in the end when you graduate you'll be all 'he was the best. O Captain My Captain' a > read more

Podcast: Boyhood & Lucy

08/13/2014 18:00:48 PM

The gangs back together! It's a Joe, Nick, Katey & Nathaniel reunion. We rarely get all four of us together anymore but this week we're discussing Luc Besson's > read more

A Year with Kate: Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)

08/13/2014 15:00:45 PM

Episode 33 of 52: In which Katharine Hepburn is like the Goddess from the Machine. I want to write about Katharine Hepburn, but the movie keeps getting in the way! Reading last night’s contributions to Hit Me With Your Best Shot, I was struck > read more

Say What, Arnold & Abigail

08/13/2014 11:14:46 AM

Amuse us by adding dialogue or a caption to this image of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin in the forthcoming zombie movie Maggie which will apparently premiere at TIFF The winner will pick the next banner theme. You may have noticed the ba > read more

Lauren Bacall (1924-2014)

08/13/2014 06:41:38 AM

Lauren Bacall receiving her Honorary OscarShe arrived on the scene fully formed, the most womanly, not girlish, teenager you ever did see. In truth Lauren Bacall was newly 20 when To Have and Have Not premiered but it's tough to imagine that she made > read more

Visual Index ~ Suddenly Last Summer (1959)

08/12/2014 21:30:28 PM

This week's Hit Me With Your Best Shot episode is devoted to the film adaptation of Tennessee William's Suddenly Last Summer (1959) > read more

Elizabeth Taylor in "Suddenly Last Summer". Oh how that star burned.

08/12/2014 17:29:21 PM

This is an episode of Hit Me With Your Best Shot "Suddenly... last summer" is spoken so often in Suddenly Last Summer > read more

Beauty vs Beast: All About the Blonde

08/12/2014 12:30:09 PM

JA from MNPP here. At this point it feels more than a little cliche to call Alfred Hitchcock your favorite film-maker. Tomorrow is his 115th birthday and it feels like we've spent at least double that amount of time writing about and reacting to how > read more

Robin Williams (1951-2014)

08/11/2014 23:19:23 PM

Robin Williams winning the Oscar for Good Will Hunting (1997)Robin Williams, Mork himself and Mrs Doubtfire... the clown, the blue genie, the Oscar winner, the charitable celebrity died Monday at 63. The actor, who had severe depression, apparently t > read more

Liz whips her hair back and forth...

08/11/2014 18:49:50 PM

she whips her hair back and forth Don't forget. Tomorrow night is Hit Me With Your Best Shot: SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER (1959). You don't want to miss this gonzo all-star Tennessee Williams so watch it in the next 24. It be crazy. P.S. Normal posting wil > read more

Green For Green: Weekend Box Office

08/10/2014 14:18:41 PM

Amir here, with the weekend’s box office report. Forecasts were uncertain whether Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles still had the appeal to take the multiplex by storm. The turtles are as popular as ever, apparently, crushing Guardians of the Galaxy > read more


08/10/2014 12:07:27 PM

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Son of a Gun. Brenton Thwaites, Anyone?

08/10/2014 09:39:14 AM

Here's a new movie poster for Son of a Gun (which will be released by A24 at some point) starring our beloved Ewan McGregor as a notorious criminal and rising star Brenton Thwaites as his young protege. The protege is expected to help his mentor esc > read more

Open Thread: what's the last thing you instant watched?

08/09/2014 23:27:51 PM

What's on your cinematic mind? Do share in the comments. (The site seems to be running smoothly again after the problems the last few days with loading times... but say something if you have a problem). > read more

16 Days Til Emmy: What We're Rooting For

08/09/2014 12:18:00 PM

Over the next two weeks we'll periodically be experiencing a little Emmy countdown silliness. But first a matter of who we're rooting for in just 16 days. I polled a few members of TFE's team and my podcast co-host Joe Reid from whom I've learned muc > read more

Gone for a Swim

08/09/2014 08:34:03 AM

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Breaking: The Foreign Oscar Charts Have Arrived!

08/08/2014 16:29:00 PM

I've been chart happy this week as you can see. The Oscar charts > read more

Review: Get On Up

08/08/2014 12:00:00 PM

Michael has joined Nathaniel on weekend review duties so you get two. Here he is on Get On Up... The opening scenes of Get On Up are so loose and dynamic they give the viewer reason to hope that Tate Taylor’s take on James Brown’s life s > read more

Tim's Toons: The quickly-forgotten Ninja Turtles animated movie

08/08/2014 10:05:00 AM

Tim here. I hate to even mention Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the new film that looks like it copies all of producer Michael Bay’s bad habits while compounding that with director Jonathan Liebesman’s clumsy hand and lack of Baysian visua > read more

Her Royal Majesty, The Queen of Link

08/08/2014 05:32:00 AM

This collection was meant to publish some 24 hours ago. Enjoy these links you might well have seen already! Decider tracks Channing Tatum's expanding neck > read more

Technical Difficulties

08/07/2014 21:22:00 PM

I am aware that the site is having some loading problems the past couple of days. Scheduled posts malfunction as well so things aren't publishing well. > read more

199 Days 'til Oscar...

08/07/2014 12:51:00 PM

Not that I'm counting. I don't have one of those alternating colored construction paper link chains on my wall that I rip off every day or anything like I did when I was five while waiting for Santa. No siree. Do not have one of those. But if I did t > read more

Technical Difficulties

08/06/2014 19:22:00 PM

I am aware that the site is having some loading problems the past couple of days. Scheduled posts malfunction as well. Working on a solution. Thank you for your patience as you wait for more bloggy goodness. > read more

A Year with Kate: Desk Set (1957)

08/06/2014 12:56:00 PM

Episode 32 of 52: > read more

HMWYBS: The Saddest Children in the World Trilogy

08/06/2014 11:00:34 AM

For this week's Best Shot episode, the last 'detour' before the final three classics for the season, I wanted to introduce all of you to the short films of Jamie Travis. The Canadian filmmaker has only made one feature, the phone sex comedy For a Goo > read more

Top Ten: "They Are Groot" - Best Cinematic Trees

08/05/2014 17:55:59 PM

"Groot" a walking fighting talking (well, sort of) tree is easily the best character within the #1 movie in the world right now. I didn't like Guardians of the Galaxy but I loved Groot. So here's a top ten devoted to his fellow upright leafy green ch > read more

Sandra at the Top

08/05/2014 11:00:48 AM

Yesterday Forbes published their annual list of the top-grossing actresses of the year. They figure in gross earnings and endorsement deals and everything. The list is as follows: 10. Kristen Stewart 9. Natalie Portman 8. Amy Adams 7. Scarlett Johans > read more

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