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No Country for Old Men

It’s the Pictures Podcast: Episode 3

It’s the Pictures Podcast: Episode 3

Spoilers abound when John and Max go deep on their favorite movies with ambiguous endings in the third episode of It’s the Pictures, but there’s nothing ambiguous about this episode’s conclusion as Max discusses his love for Jeff Nichols’ Midnight Special. Listen to the episode over at our libsyn feed. (We’ll be in iTunes soon!) […]

Ranking the Coen Brothers’ Movies

Ranking the Coen Brothers’ Movies

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my two months dissecting the entire Coen Brothers filmography, it’s that even when you know to expect the unexpected, you can never quite prepare yourself for what these two minds will throw at you. From the daring unfussiness of Blood Simple, to the epic absurdity of The Big […]

No Country for Old Men Review

No Country for Old Men Review

RATING: (4 STARS) Has there ever been a more unlikely Best Picture winner than No Country for Old Men? It’s a dark, somewhat cold picture that will confound your expectations at every turn. I’ve probably seen it about a dozen times, and I find something different to love about it each time—from the brilliant performances […]

The Ten Best Films of 2007

The Ten Best Films of 2007

10.) Ratatouille After its lackluster 2006 effort, Cars (which inexplicably earned a sequel, coming in 2011), Pixar bounced back in a big way with its love letter to the beauty of France and French cooking. It’s perhaps the great animation studio’s best written film (along with Toy Story 3), and the animation, it goes without […]

Ranking the 2000s Best Picture Winners

Ranking the 2000s Best Picture Winners

10.) A Beautiful Mind (2001) It’s just another biopic in my opinion. The film is emotionally involving but not in the least bit challenging or unique. Crowe and Connelly give strong performances, but Best Picture? Really? 9.) Gladiator (2000) This is a great example of summer entertainment. It’s a lot of fun, and the battle […]