With so many indie films and repertory screenings, how do the city's movie buffs manage it all?
See also: *Previous "We'd Like to Help the Academy" columns Perceived reality has a habit of becoming actual reality when it comes to the Academy Awards. It was with that in mind that we decided to funnel whatever influence we may have into "We'd Like to Help the Academy," an online column launched ... More >>
We'd Like to Help the Academy is our Oscar column highlighting the outliers that should be nominated (but probably won't be). For a long time I thought of Matthew McConaughey as an actor whom I liked more than he deserved. He built some good faith with Dazed and Confused and other early roles, yes ... More >>
Friday night at the 22nd annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, word came that Eisner's landmark graphic novel, A Contract with God, is coming to the big screen. The film adaptation of Eisner's tale of growing up in New York City will feature four directors, with each tackling a different chapter ... More >>
Also, The Pool, Ghost Town, Igor and more
The day before yesterday, we spoke of misleading titles, like how there are no flying monsters in WINGED CREATURES. But it works both ways – sometimes movies have titles that lead you to believe they’ll be immeasurably lame, and they’re not. PRINCE OF BROADWAY, for example, sounds like it’s ... More >>