If you’re a movie fan (like me) then you’ll enjoy this video from The Verge.
Chris Nashawaty ranks Yuletie faves for any movie fan’s library; see where he places ”Elf,” ”Love Actually” — and what he crowns No. 1
Looking for some great movies to watch?
The folks at Film4 have compiled a list of noteworthy and award-winning films released since the year 2000.
Check out the list via the link below, and let me know what you think.
Attention fellow movie fans: Variety has the films you’ll be seeing this fall.
Check out the list of 30 upcoming movies via the link below.
At last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards one of my favorite movies of 2014 won the top honor. “Birdman” earned the award for “Best Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture”.
Michael Keaton accepts the award on behalf of his cast-mates in the video below.
Attention Netflix subscribers! Here’s the list of movies and TV shows that’ll disappear from instant streaming come February 1.
In case you missed it – Here’s the official nomination ceremony for the 2015 Academy Awards – announced on January 15, 2015.
Was your favorite movie or performer nominated?
What did movie critics think of the offerings at the theater in 2014? Check out the end-of-the-year roundups below for some of this year’s most critically acclaimed movies.
Best Movies of 2014
The best movies of 2014 – The Boston Globe
Best of 2014: Top 10 Movies of the Year, Ranked – E! Online
Top 10 Best Movies – Time
The Top 10 Movies of 2014 – Slate
Manohla Dargis’s Best Movies of 2014: ‘Beyond the Lights’ and More – The New York Times
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