There are many, many articles railing against 3D: picture is too dim, glasses are uncomfortable, provide a distancing rather than immersive effect, and so on.
Box-office grosses are becoming less about indications of taste from moviegoers and a means to evaluate cultural developments than mere statistics to be batted around among industry insiders and fans
Okay, so audiences still aren’t ready for De Palma’s operatic visual sensibilities, but surely critics must be on board by now, right?
The boys of One Direction look to steal the music industry’s spotlight back from Miley Cyrus this weekend with One Direction: This Is Us, helmed (surprisingly) by Morgan Spurlock.
The oddity of Nikki Finke’s argument here is troubling; the suggestion that such a separation exists in greater numbers now than before is patently false.
Jacques Tati and Jean-Luc Godard would undoubtedly be amused with the August traffic jam Hollywood has made for itself, as 14 wide releases will debut within the next four weeks.