Jackson and Reynolds can’t elevate low rent material. Read Jonathan’s review.
Screenwriter and novelist Michael Buchanan joins the DFF team! Watch for his thoughts in the DOSE…
Jeff’s thoughts on the passing of a director…
Jeff weighs in on Sunday’s blessed event…
When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences expanded their Best Picture nominees from 5 to 10 last year, it caused plenty of groaning among critics and fans. The change was obviously made to lend more movies a bit of publicity and to make the Academy seem less elitist. (Of course, if you’re worried […]
I don’t think I’ve ever been so glad to have grown up male. If surviving high school is really as difficult for girls as “Easy A” makes it seem, young women should receive medals along with their diplomas. Olive (Emma Stone) tells one lie-a lie I heard countless boys tell in high school-and soon finds […]
Nanny Mcphee makes a welcome return
Most awesomely epic movie of 2010
I trekked to the Plaza Theatre in Atlanta the other night expecting to attend a regular preview screening of Scott Pilgrim v. the World. I was pleasantly shocked to discover the night would include a Q&A with writer/director Edgar Wright and stars Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman. They answered questions about things ranging from how […]
Jonathan chats very briefly with Shannen Doherty by telephone about her new show MARI-KARI premiering on FearNet.com.