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 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…)
Do we really need another film version of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre? When you’ve got Mia Wasikowska (That Evening Sun, Alice in Wonderland, TV’s In Treatment) and Michael Fassbender (Hunger, Fish Tank, Inglourious Basterds) on hand to take the roles of Jane and her troubled love Rochester, the answer to that question is a resounding (read…)
Yesterday saw the poster for Jane Eyre and now Yahoo has debuted the trailer for the adaptation of Charlotte Brontë classic directed by festival favorite Cary Fukunaga (Sin Nombre) and starring Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender. Jane Eyre opens March 11, 2011.
Click to enlarge You’ve read the Sundance reviews, seen the trailer and now here’s the poster for The Kids Are All Right. It seems to be saying “Hey, look at us giggling and sipping wine in our backyard in the hills above Brentwood. You can’t tell who we are or what we’re about, but you (read…)
From Apple, it’s the trailer for Sundance favorite The Kids Are All Right. Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland) and Josh Hutcherson (Bridge to Terabithia) are the teen children of lesbians Julianne Moore and Annette Bening. They go off in search of their genetic father and turn up Mark Ruffalo. If it weren’t for the cast (read…)
I finally caught up with the SXSW Film Festival award winning That Evening Sun the other night and you can check out the latest trailer yourself over at Apple. Brought to life by an Oscar-worthy turn from the great Hal Holbrook, Scott Teems’ adaptation of William Gay’s modern southern gothic short story is a rich (read…)
[UPDATE: Trailer is back up.] We sort of skipped over the most recent batch of Alice images because they didn’t offer anything new or revelatory and we sleep better at night telling ourselves we’re not just knee-jerk studio pawn-whores who will jump every time a nugget of info is released regarding the movies on our (read…)
The suddenly everywhere-you-look Mia Wasikowska (Defiance, That Evening Sun, Amelia, Alice In Wonderland, HBO’s In Treatment) has been cast as doomed Who drummer Keith Moon in…wait, no. That’s not it.
Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson (Bridge to Terabithia) have been cast as two siblings who go off to find the sperm donor for their same-sex parents played by Julianne Moore and Annette Benning. They come back with Mark Ruffalo who turns the family upside down.