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The winners of the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (HFPA), the precursor to the Oscars, have been announced tonight at a ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton hotel, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for the third year in a row.
Saturday afternoon, the National Society of Film Critics has named Jean-Luc Godard‘s Goodbye to Language the best film of the year, narrowly beating out Richard Linklater‘s acclaimed Boyhood for the top prize.
December is here, which means the right time for Edgar Wright‘s end of year list, published over at Esquire.
First and foremost, I am glad he picked Edge of Tomorrow (which underperformed) over Guardians of the Galaxy, despite the fact that Marvel films don’t strive to fit in the “best movie of the year” category. They are great entertainment tho.
Voltage Pictures has released first trailer for the TIFF selected American Heist, which is a cliche of a crime thriller inside a generic slice of convention.
Yeah, well, Adrien Brody is still trying to create his own bad boy persona and Hayden Christensen is still making movies.
Hot on the heels of a big opening weekend in four New York and Los Angeles theaters, here is a look at the new red band trailer for Wes Anderson‘s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
There are only a few f-words and milder profanities and a distant shot of one of Ralph Fiennes elderly lover and client (Tilda Swinton) performing oral sex on him.