Posts Tagged ‘2010’
Joe and Chris are joined by special guests to analyze, critique and complain about the Academy Award nominations.
In "Animal Kingdom," Australia's David Michôd marks his territory with one of the greatest, grimmest gangster tales in recent memory.
A nerve-shredding thriller that also offers subtle civilian-in-wartime commentary and a revelatory performance from Ryan Reynolds.
Since all of the other cool kids were doing it, Austin also made a Top Ten list.
Nick Rogers takes a look back at his picks for the 25 best — and 10 worst — films of 2010.
In this week's show, Joe and Chris yap about the 2010 Oscars -- the earliest rundown anywhere!
You can't piss on “Best Worst Movie.” This terrific documentary about "Troll 2's" unlikely existence and unexpected resurgence won't allow it.
Plenty of bombs burst in air during the TV star-spangled bummer that is "Skyline," an uninspired, unoriginal alien-invasion tale.
Denzel Washington & Tony Scott's second straight train movie gets it right this time — an unexpectedly patient, thunderously thrilling test of metal and mettle.
This second installment of voyeuristic haunted-house frights bests the original, but there's a fine line between incremental improvement and getting greedy.
"The Space Between" wins best drama feature, while "Freedom Riders" is honored as the top documentary and "Butterfly Circus" is named best short film.
Though its material is aging in ways its Peter Pan performers reject, "Jackass 3D" is still gaspingly funny and the best fully live-action digital 3D film yet.