Idris Elba wins best supporting actor for 'Beasts of No Nation' - Entertainment Weekly Online SAG Awards 2016: Downton Abbey wins best ensemble cast - Entertainment Weekly Online 01/30/2016 - 9:46 am | View Link
Zack Snyder Defends MAN OF STEEL Ending; Teases Batman Connection and Brainiac Speaking with EW as part of the magazine’s extensive ... Batman v Superman and the future of Warner Bros.’ DC Movie Universe at next Saturday’s Comic-Con panel, o be sure to check back on Collider at that time for all the details. 07/4/2015 - 7:51 am | View Link
Five best Jewish moments in movies of 2014 As the Gregorian Calendar readies to end, it is time to look back at the year’s cinematic output and determine, with authority, what were the Five Best Jewish Moments In Movies ... s a Jew…” “Ew, gross,” the murderous dictator of North Korea ... 12/30/2014 - 8:09 pm | View Link
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How to Make the Ultimate Greek Movie Reese Witherspoon, Legally Blonde The Mean Dean Every movie about Greek life needs someone trying to squeeze the life out of these kids. They hate fun, loathe disorder. But most of all, they despise youth: They are the parent-as-dictator. Only a revolution ... 04/30/2014 - 5:42 pm | View Link
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'Ender's Game' author responds to critics: The gay marriage issue is 'moot' Responding to reports of a nascent boycott against the upcoming movie version of his beloved 1985 sci-fi novel Ender's Game because of his stated opposition to same-sex marriage, author Orson Scott Card has released a statement exclusively to EW. 07/9/2013 - 8:17 am | View Link
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Tonight’s “For The Girl Who Has Everything” is based on Alan Moore’s astonishing, heartbreaking and perfectly badass 1985 Superman story “For The Man Who Has Everything,” already adapted into a “Justice League Unlimited” episode 12 years ago.
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Fuck you, Terrence Malick. Your first two films, BADLANDS, and DAYS OF HEAVEN are as good as anything ever made, and are two of the most beautiful films ever shot. They established you as a genius, and for true geniuses I must watch every one of their films. I had mixed feelings about some of your films that followed, from being fascinating but flawed (THE THIN RED LINE) to being a self-indulgent mess (THE TREE OF LIFE). But even in your missteps, there was undoubtedly something fresh and original — you were doing an experiment on a scale that more audacious than others would dare in this century-old medium. To take us to new cinematic places you have to be bold and adventurous. It is the nature of experiments that they don’t always work. I was still with you, right up until TO THE WONDER. Ben Affleck wandering around whispering random random relationship bullshit for two hours without a narrative is not a movie.
“Many Americans, especially party liners, wish that Hal Phillip Walker would go away … disappear like the frost and come again at a more convenient season. But wherever we may be going it seems sure that Hal Phillip Walker is not going away, for there is genuine appeal.” Sound familiar?
This dialogue is 41 years old, recited by a newscaster, covering the crucial and fictional Tennessee primary in Robert Altman’s 1975 masterpiece "Nashville." In the film, Walker, candidate for the insurgent Replacement Party, has hired a car mounted with loudspeakers to spew his rhetoric around Music City at top volume.
When I was young, I remember hearing a number of variations of the same story. You’ve probably heard a version of it, too. It’s the one about the guy who meets the love of his life, but she doesn’t know it yet. The woman is initially uninterested, rebuffing his advances.
Anyone expecting critics to be rigid autocrats will be a bit thrown by the new book by New York Times writer A. O. Scott. “Better Living Through Criticism” is as much about self-doubt and ambivalence as it is about a critic’s certainty, but it manages to be thrilling and grimly funny at times as well.