This list started life as the “11 Sexiest Movie Scenes of 2011.” Unfortunately, there was one problem: Not a lot of people were having happy, fulfilling sex in the movies this year. Almost every time a pair of actors were about to get it on, we got a PG-13 evening instead of an R-rated one — to quote Emma Stone’s in ‘Crazy, Stupid Love,’ right before… Continue reading Most Awkward Sex Scenes of 2011: From 'Breaking Dawn' to 'Shame,' the Top 11 in '11
Short answer to that scintillating headline: No way! However, these two films have more in common than you might initially think — and not just because they both come from the same studio (Fox Searchlight). Ahead, five reasons the Steve McQueen-directed sex-addiction drama ‘Shame’ is the ‘Black Swan’ of the 2011 gaggle.
1. Outstanding lead performances in not-so-outstanding moviesAs awards season dragged on at the end of… Continue reading Is 'Shame' the 'Black Swan' of 2011?
www.youtube.com Click here to watch Gamescom 2011 – Sark interviews Modern Warfare 3 / COD Elite developers Gamescom 2011 – Battlefield 3 Interview – Mr Sark talks to Karl Magnus Troedsson (VP of DICE) Ken Burton and Sark go head to head to battle for the position of who gets to play Battlefield 3. Let the fight begin! – - – - – - -… Continue reading Gamescom 2011 - Battlefield 3 Interview - Mr Sark talks to Karl Magnus Troedsson (VP of DICE)
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People like to talk about the glass ceiling, but this year, there might as well be an iron curtain obscuring 2011’s talented female filmmakers. Last… Continue reading Girls on Film: The Iron Curtain of the 2011 Awards Season
It’s only the first of December, but the National Board of Review is already doling out awards for the best films of 2011.
Made up of a “select group of knowledgeable film enthusiasts and professionals, academics, young filmmakers and students,” the Board viewed over 250 films in 2011 – which means they saw everything that could be considered even remotely reward-worthy.
The organization has officially announced… Continue reading National Board of Review Declares 'Hugo' Best Film of 2011