Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Day-Lewis’

Review: Phantom Thread

— by RON WILKINSON — Announced by Daniel Day-Lewis as his last film, the three-time Oscar-winner has opted to go out with dignity and grace. Nominated for a Golden Globe, and backed up by a Globe-nominated score by Jonny Greenwood, watching “Phantom Thread” is like walking through an[...]

85th Annual Academy Awards Results

— by ADAM POYNTER — Last night, the most prestigious awards of the year were presented to the leaders in the entertainment industry at the 85th Annual Academy Awards. Oscar host Seth MacFarlane presided over the festivities as emcee, and while he did an OK job, the entire night was prett[...]

Argo Tops 2012 OFCS Award Winners

— by BEV QUESTAD — The 2012 Online Film Critics Society Awards have been announced and “Argo” heads the honors winning Best Picture. While also nominated, “Zero Dark Thirty” has proven contentious in its depiction of torture. While every American should see it, the politically sa[...]

Four Clips from Lincoln

— by BEV QUESTAD — Despite the incredible talents of Daniel Day-Lewis as Lincoln and Tommy Lee Jones as Thaddeus Stevens, “Lincoln” would not keep the attention of high schoolers, even if being tested. A historical dramatization of the last four months of Lincoln’s presidency, the [...]

Review: Lincoln

— by ADAM DALE — It is apparent by the number of films being made about the man that the legend and the lore of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, is as strong and powerful as ever. We have already seen the man fight the undead in the ridiculous but fun “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunt[...]

Trailer: Lincoln

— by ADAM POYNTER — After hearing about Steven Spielberg’s Abraham Lincoln film for years and then an update a year ago that filming was about to commence, we finally have a first trailer for the film that is set to hit theaters this November. Spielberg has said that “Lincoln” is a[...]

‘Man of Steel’ Rumors Continue to Fly In

— by ANDY BEHBAKHT — It appears that “Man of Steel” will look into Superman’s origins once again, but this time new aspects will be explored. Latino Review has revealed several new things about the upcoming reboot. Before you read the following, be warned that it may co[...]

Under Review: ‘Nine’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — “Nine” is like the “Big Mouth Billy Bass” advertised on late-night television; it sings, it dances and it works as a wall-ornament, but it also lacks emotion. And though Rob Marshall’s third film works as a sub-par musical, it is[...]

Five Clips from Rob Marshall’s ‘Nine’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Movie musicals can sometimes be a bit of a tough sell, unless they’ve got Zac Efron singing as he dashes down the basketball court or Meryl Streep dancing her way through Greece. But with “Chicago” director Rob Marshall at the helm and a cast full of[...]

British Independent Film Awards Winners Announced

— by CAM SMITH — With the Oscar race already kicking into gear, we’re going to be seeing a lot of uninspired lists of award winners over the next two sleepy months. Many of these ceremonies will result in forehead-slapping victories — *cough* Golden Globes *cough* — while[...]

Four New Clips from ‘Nine’

— by RACHEL COYNE — If you’re trying to promote a movie that doesn’t really have a clear-cut target audience and is likely to be overshadowed by more mainstream films, there’s really only one solution: Go on “Oprah.” Which is exactly what the cast of “Nine” did[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Nine’

— by JASON EAKEN — The second trailer for Rob Marshall’s upcoming film, “NINE,” which opens in limited theaters on Dec. 18 (expanding wide Christmas Day), is much like the first — except that it’s completely different. Like the first, the trailer is entirely[...]

British Independent Film Awards Set For Dec. 6

The 12th annual British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) will take place Dec. 6 in London and will be hosted by James Nesbitt. BIFA Directors Johanna von Fischer and Tessa Collinson said: “We have had a record number of films submitted this year, with the pre-selection committee viewing over 200[...]

Go Behind the Scenes of ‘Nine’

— by RACHEL COYNE — Still being careful not to give too much of their movie away, the producers of “Nine” have released a short montage video revealing some behind-the-scenes rehearsal footage. The video plays like a well-crafted music video, juxtaposing clips of the rehearsals and t[...]