Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
Celebrating 17 Years of Film.Biz.Fans.

Movie Reviews

  • The Playlist
    8 comments
    tweet
    8

    Review: 'Texas Chainsaw 3D' Is Flatter Than Texas Roadkill

    Carl Mazzocone, the producer of the new horror remake/sequel "Texas Chainsaw 3D" (yes, the word "Massacre" isn't even part of the title – more on that in a minute), a former executive who oversaw the lucrative "Saw" series, has made it a point of saying how this is a true follow-up to Tobe Hooper's ...

    Read More »
  • Leonard Maltin
    3 comments
    tweet
    4

    CURE FOR A MOVIE HANGOVER

    I love watching movies, but it becomes challenging during December when the year’s lengthiest and most ambitious films arrive all at once. By the time I’m done digesting, writing about and voting for them, I need a breather. That’s when I start reading, for pleasure, and watching vintage B movies—ev...

    Read More »
  • Thompson on Hollywood
    13 comments
    tweet
    33

    'Zero Dark Thirty' Review and Torture Debate - Senate Committee Probing Bigelow and Boal's CIA Contact [UPDATED]

    UPDATE: The Senate Intelligence Committee has begun a review of the contacts between "Zero Dark Thirty" director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal and CIA officials, following the committee chairwoman's "outrage" over the film's scenes that imply "enhanced interrogations."

    Read More »
  • Leonard Maltin
    7 comments
    tweet
    1

    MIDSOMER MURDERS – DVD review

    When actor John Nettles decided to hang up his badge as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby and walk into the sunset (or wherever they told us he was going), that ended one of TVs most enjoyable British murder mystery series. Then they had the audacity to return with Neil Dudgeon as DCI John Barna...

    Read More »
  • Thompson on Hollywood
    5 comments
    tweet
    240

    Best Movie Posters of 2012: Retro, Sexy, Design-y, Scary, Striking and Stylish

    Capturing the expanse of a film on a flimsy two-foot-by-three-foot piece of paper is a challenge; trying to woo audiences to see a movie, given only this paper, is a feat. Each year, the movie poster medium boasts some incredible looking efforts - some that even veer towards art. The best posters...

    Read More »
  • Thompson on Hollywood
    0 comments
    tweet
    10

    The Best Supercuts of 2012: Heist Films, PT Anderson's SteadiCam, and the Manic Pixie Dream Girl [Videos]

    Much of the time, supercuts – videos that mash together various clips around a certain theme – don’t gain any lift-off beyond fan obsession. However, when movie supercuts do transcend this compulsion, they can achieve something incisive, critical, hilarious, or glorious. In the best of supercuts,...

    Read More »
    MORE: Video, Genres
  • Thompson on Hollywood
    1 comment
    tweet
    2

    Book Review: David Thomson's 'The Big Screen'

    In the epilogue to “The Big Screen,” his one-volume history of the movies, David Thomson warns the reader: “You should be ready for the loss of theaters and video stores….Be prepared for the word ‘movie’ being replaced by ‘bits’ or ‘bites’ or ‘viddies’ (a term Anthony Burgess used in 'A Clockwork O...

    Read More »
  • Shadow and Act
    15 comments
    tweet
    6

    Boston Globe Film Critic Likens Samuel L. Jackson's 'Django' Character To Black Republicans

    To let you in on something, we had decided that we had been Django'd out here on S & A; But wouldn't you know it? Something comes along that caught my eye, and I just couldn't help myself. The film is like the gift that just keeps on giving.

    Read More »
  • Thompson on Hollywood
    33 comments
    tweet
    49

    Critics Weigh in on Worst Movies of 2012

    Critics let the fur fly when they unleash their scorn on the year's worst movies, the dregs at the bottom of the barrel, the flicks that really waste their time. For your reading pleasure we present an assortment of "Worst Movies of the Year" lists. Our own is right here.

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    0 comments
    tweet
    2

    Review: Dustin Hoffman's 'Quartet' Is An Amiable, Harmless Showcase For Brit Acting Talent

    Dustin Hoffman has taken 45 years as both one of our most acclaimed actors, and as a major box office draw, to step behind the camera. In fact, that's not strictly true; Hoffman was the original director of his terminally underrated 1978 crime picture "Straight Time," but struck by indecisiveness ea...

    Read More »

Popular Posts


  • Oscar Predicts Chart 2014Oscar Predictions 2015 UPDATEThompson on Hollywood
  • Gotham Awards Nominate Women Directors ...Women and Hollywood
  • SpaceballsWatch: 'Spaceballs' Gets The 'Interstellar' ...The Playlist
  • The CBS Late MovieWatch: This 20-Minute Video Collection ...The Playlist
  • Lithuania is a Strategic Partner in ...SydneysBuzz
  • Big Hero 6 Tokyo Film Festival Review: Disney’s ...The Playlist
  • Laura Poitras Takes Us Behind the Scenes ...Thompson on Hollywood
  • Watch: Brad Pitt A.K.A. "Bradley Pitts" ...Thompson on Hollywood
  • The Heart MachineExclusive: Hit Replay With This Clip ...The Playlist
  • New 'Interstellar' Clues Revealed ( ...Thompson on Hollywood
  • Participating Films and Projects of ...SydneysBuzz
  • Here Are 5 Films Opening This Weekend, ...Thompson on Hollywood
  • 'Sleeping with the Fishes' Director ...Women and Hollywood
  • Daily Reads: The Scariest Episodes of ...Criticwire
  • Boyhood'Boyhood' Leads Gotham Award Nominations, ...The Playlist

Latest Tweets


Follow us