You’ve followed our 2014 Sundance Film Festival coverage over the past week, and now you can see which films the various jury members deemed worthy of awards. The big winner of the night was Whiplash, which opened the festival and never really lost steam. It was clearly a favorite for many, taking home both the audience and grand jury awards. You can check out our… Continue reading Here Are the Movies That Won Awards at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
Why the Slamdance Film Festival isn’t more celebrated for its documentary finds each year is a question I ask, well, every year. Sure, its annual feature-doc program isn’t filled exclusively with good movies, but neither is Sundance nor any other festival. There have been at least a few in every crop of eight-or-so titles that I’d recommend, and in most year’s there’s at least one really terrific work.
Look… Continue reading Forget Sundance: Here Are the Three Must-see Slamdance Documentaries
The best kinds of movies are the ones that get inside you. They get inside your mind and your gut, and after you watch them you want to talk about them, and think about them, because you simply want to keep feeling them. Maybe it’s the way you relate to the story, or the energy that comes with a rich, fascinating concept, but that connection… Continue reading Zach Braff's 'Wish I Was Here' Is a Pretty Terrific Spiritual Sequel to 'Garden State'
Actor Aaron Eckhart, appearing on the cover of the upcoming issue Muscle & Fitness, opens up about the monstrous training regimen he underwent for his role in the highly-anticipated film I, Frankenstein.
“I wanted to be strong like a gorilla — to have that animal instinct,” the A-lister told Muscle & Fitness of the unrelenting six-month training plan, in which he worked out six days a… Continue reading How Did Aaron Eckhart Get ‘Strong Like A Gorilla’ For ‘I, Frankenstein?’ Find Out Here …