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The ingeniously comedic folks over at College Humor put together the real posters (and the real titles) of the nine Oscar best picture nominees.
Hundreds upon hundreds of film critics have analyzed the latest film from Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained. NYC writer Bilge Ebiri’s article is particularly fascinating. Check it out at his blog They Live by Night.
Eric D. Snider hilariously discusses his experience as a junket whore. Thank you, Paramount and Tim Nasson.
Toronto writer Ryan McNeil does something we should all do before moving forward this year: reflect and look back.
Based in Sydney, Australia, Andy Buckle writes about a timeless classic: The Exorcist.
Just about every writer on the Internet has weighed in with their personal opinions on this year’s Oscar nominations revealed last Thursday. But Jessica from The Velvet Cafe provides a truly unique perspective.
Amour was recently nominated for Best picture. Josh Larsen writes his love letter of a review to a film about love and death.
I surprisingly escaped being crucified when I listed The Paperboy on my top 25 0f 2012. Sati over at Cinematic Corner writes about the divisive film.
Read Peter Labuza’s article on Christopher Nolan, and the reconstruction of the film noir in Hollywood.