Last week the Oscar race was tightened for at least one category as the Documentary Short Subject field was narrowed down from 35 eligible titles to 8 shortlisted finalists (head over to my documentary blog for info on each of those). In about a month, a similar shortlist will be announced for the Documentary Feature category, when the Academy’s Documentary Branch whittles the number down… Continue reading Doc Talk: Predicting the Documentary Feature Oscar: 5 Plausible Nominees; 5 Possible Alternates; and 5 Unconventional Suggestions
Deliver Us From Eva Her sisters think she’s a gift from heaven. Their husbands call her the sister-in-law from hell. But Eva (Gabrielle Union) is too busy being a smart, sassy, overprotective overachiever to really care what anyone thinks. That is, until… Continue reading Deliver Us From Eva / Something New / The Best Man (Triple Feature) Reviews
ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee dropped a “Castle” spoiler during his Television Critics Association press conference on Sunday (Aug. 7): The show will feature an appearance by a Marvel Comics character this season.
“I’m probably giving away secrets that I shouldn’t — [creator Andrew Marlowe] is going to kill me,” Lee says. But other than saying that a Marvel character would appear, and hinting that it… Continue reading 'Castle' will feature a Marvel character this fall -- who would you like to see?
Twitch Film and Movies.com once again present the International Trailer Domination Tour, a selection of the best – and occasionally the worst – trailers from upcoming international films. In this edition we’ve got a double shot from Studio Ghibli, a Korean creature feature, a head scratcher from India and then back to Korea for raw, low budget action.
1. Arrietty by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Japan
We start things off with one of… Continue reading International Trailer Domination: New Studio Ghibli, a Badass Korean Creature Feature and More