Guest contributor Austin Lugar takes a look at the 15 documentaries shortlisted for an Oscar nomination, and which five will most likely fill out the roster.
The final consummation of Austin Lugar's epic movie challenge!
Alan Rickman's American accent, an anticipated sequel, Filipino unrest, radio hijinks and more Jeff Goldblum make up this random set of films that leads towards the final week.
This gorgeous look at the wheel of life from all corners of the planet is the movie that you absolutely must see in theaters this year.
Austin travels to Asia for a Taiwanese kung-fu movie, Chinese romantic comedy and a Filipino drama. This article will get so many hits!!!
Austin hits two of the lowest lows and finds a few nice surprises that involve a fake Sherlock Holmes, criminal gardeners and a French monster.
The rule of thumb this week is if it doesn't involve dancing, it's not a good movie. I know, I thought "Thankskilling" would be a winner, too!
This silly comedy ended up being one of the best underseen movies of the year.
The royal period-piece movie continues to feel fresh with an intriguing tale of a handmaiden on the verge of the French Revolution.
Jack Black is brilliant as the nicest guy in town who murdered a little old lady. Of course, this is a true story.
This week, Austin watches a few fish-out-of-water movies and then braves up to watch "Teeth" and "The Human Centipede 2."
The weirdest show on network TV gets even weirder but stays true to its characters.
This week, Austin tries to get in touch with his feminine side but ends up panning movies like "The Last Unicorn" and "The Notebook."
A young writer's perfect dreamgirl comes to life, and it only gets more awkward from there.