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Best of the Week: ‘Les Mis,’ ‘Django,’ ‘Zero Dark,’ A Look Back at 2012’s Box Office, Performances and Indie Potholes

Best of the Week: 'Les Mis,' 'Django,' 'Zero Dark,' A Look Back at 2012's Box Office, Performances and Indie Potholes

The best stories of the week from TOH!


“Not Fade Away” Creator David Chase Wants to Stick with Film, But Return to Genre

Hackford Grills Tarantino on “Django Unchained”: Style, Score, Script Adds, KKK Scene; “it was my ‘fuck you’ to D.W. Griffith”


“Django Unchained”: Why Spike Lee Refuses to See It, More Reviews UPDATED

“Les Miserables” Review Roundup; Detractors Could Hurt Musical’s Oscar Bid

DVD Review: “The Words” Has a Serious Case of Writer’s Block


Films that Should Never Be Remade — From “The Goonies” and “Die Hard” to “Deer Hunter” and “Shawshank”

The Best in Digital Entertainment Content: What We Would Buy with $100

Immersed in Movies: Sound Designer Paul Ottoson Talks “Zero Dark Thirty”

Best Performances of 2012: A Good Year for the Broken, Disturbing and Driven

Box Office:

Christmas Box Office Reality: Top Dog “Les Miserables” Beats Out “The Hobbit” and “Django Unchained,” Rest of Field Shows Weakness

Tops and Flops of 2012 Box Office — Lessons Learned


Ted Hope Names the Really Bad Things in Indie Film 2012


“Downton Abbey” Christmas Special Spoilers Cause Twittersphere Uproar, Ruining Season 3 for American Audiences

Trailer for “Girls” Season Two: More Sex and Shenanigans for Dunham and Friends

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