Aliance of Women Film Journalists’ EDA Awards: The Artist, Hazanavicius

The Most Egregious Love Interest Age Difference Award special mention is kind of silly, but then I think it was sort of meant to be. Plus, the AWFJ’s positive recognition of Melancholia makes up for The Women Film Critics Circle’s bizarre selection of it for Worst Female Images in a Movie. Best Film: The Artist (read…)

The Holiday Forecast

There’s something good to see wherever you live this holiday weekend though the openings are all scattered across the week as kids are out of school and the studios jockey for your attention. As a result, several films have already opened, several more open today and still more open on Christmas Day. Opening dates for (read…)

The Women Film Critics Circle

“The Women Film Critics Circle is an association of 57 women film critics and scholars from around the country and internationally, who are involved in print, radio, online and TV broadcast media. We came together in 2004 to form the first women critics organization in the United States, in the belief that women’s perspectives and voices (read…)

Albert Nobbs (2011)

The frustrating thing about Rodrigo Garcia’s Albert Nobbs is not that it’s a bad movie (and it is a bad movie), it’s that for almost an hour it seems like it might actually be a good one. The story of a woman passing herself off as a male butler working in a 19th century Dublin (read…)

Southeastern Film Critics: The Descendants

TOP TEN FILMS The Descendants The Artist Hugo Moneyball The Tree of Life Drive Midnight in Paris Win Win War Horse The Help BEST ACTOR Winner – George Clooney (The Descendants) Runner-up – Michael Fassbender (Shame) BEST ACTRESS Winner – Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady Runner-up – Tilda Swinton, We Need to Talk About Kevin (read…)

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