The weekend warriors starting January 10, 2014 includes The Legend of Hercules and the wide releases of Lone Survivor, Her, August: Osage County, and Inside Llewyn Davis.Box Office Battlefield is a recurring rundown of all the movie releases for the weekend. Every week, movie studios select candidates to enter the glorious battlefield for your hard-earned dollars. Box Office Battlefield is here to help you decide which movie(s) will take priority over the others.
It can’t be stated enough, 2013 was an amazing year for entertainment. Of course there were many stinkers and sadly a handful of disappointments, but overall it was an entertaining year if you like movies. I’ve given you the films that had surprised me, and now I am here to present my top 10 favorites of 2013. There were many wonderful releases, but none clicked with me more than these 10 I’m about to share with you. Continue reading →
Award announcements keep rolling out, and with the 66th Annual Writers Guild of America Awards nominees unveiled today the road to Oscar has heated up. 12 Years a Slave has been ahead of the pack on many lists, but the WGA has found other films worthy of their Best Adapted Screenplay award. See which movies are in the running for after the break and find out who wins February 1. Continue reading →
The nominees for the 25th Annual Producers Guild of America Awards were announced this week as awards season picks up after the holidays. There are only four categories for film, the big one being The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures. Most of the films we’ve seen from other organizational honors this year have been nominated while Inside Llewyn Davis and The Butler have been left out in the cold. The PGA winners will be announced on January 19, and you kind find the complete list of nominees after the break. Continue reading →
One could easily define a relationship as the inclusion of another person into their life, good or bad, whether as a friend, relative, co-worker, or romantic companion. And that definition can easily be expanded to include pets, places, and even inanimate objects; queue Office Space printer sequence. Spike Jonze’s Her explores this unique gift humans are able to forge between other people, places, and things in one of the best, most beautifully told stories of the year. Continue reading →
The weekend warriors starting December 18, 2013 includes Anchorman 2, American Hustle, and Her, with later releases on the 20th from Saving Mr. Banks and Walking with Dinosaurs.Box Office Battlefield is a recurring rundown of all the movie releases for the weekend. Every week, movie studios select candidates to enter the glorious battlefield for your hard-earned dollars. Box Office Battlefield is here to help you decide which movie(s) will take priority over the others.
The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) announced the nominees for the 19th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards this morning. Unsurprising to many, critics actually do like some movies. The ceremony will take place live on Thursday, January 16, 2014 on The CW, hosted by Aisha Tyler. Both 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle both earned 13 nominations respectively. See how the rest of the nominees fared after the break. Continue reading →
With awards season underway – the SAG Awards nominees were announced yesterday – this morning Aziz Ansari, Zoe Saldana, and Olivia Wilde took turns announcing the nominees for the 71st Annual Golden Globes Awards. Hosted once again by the dynamic duo of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on January 12, 2014, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has its sights set on 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle this year. In the TV realm, House of Cards and Breaking Bad earned nominations in big categories. See the full list after the jump. Continue reading →
Is it possible to fall in love with in inanimate object? What if that inanimate object had a self-awareness that wanted to learn and develop a sense of being. Spike Jonze’s Her asks these fantastical questions in his latest film starring Joaquin Phoenix, as he steers us into the near-distant future where artificial intelligence is made possible. Watch the full-length trailer for this beautiful looking flick after the break. Continue reading →
The Fall season doesn’t start officially begin until September 22, but in the movie industry, the end of August culminates the Summer movie season, and thus begins the preparation of Oscar season. For your viewing pleasure, TTRC has compiled a full list of films that are releasing up til the end of the year. After the break, find out what movies you should be anticipating for this Fall and Winter. Continue reading →