The Academy's historian and host of Turner Classic Movies, Robert Osborne, lends insight into the selection of best screenplay winners, past and present.
Ray Morton explores the many flaws in the movie, Passengers, coming up with a much more compelling execution plan for the original premise.
Christopher Schiller uses differing perspectives from two separate audiences who happened to watch 'Things to Come' at the same time.
A legendary Marvel Supervillain makes his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. How does he stack up with the other antagonists in the MCU?
An eclectic mix and diversity of quality will vary at any particular film festival. Christopher Schiller presents a collection of three mini reviews of films that played alongside each other at the Telluride Film Festival this year.
Script reader, writer and director Miranda Sajdak snarks the marketing of films by analyzing movie posters and their lack of female presence.
Ray Morton explains what's wrong with 'Batman v Superman.' If you’re going to write a great movie, you need to be brave and choose subject matter you're passionate about.
Miranda Sajdak continues this year’s post-Oscar Snarkitude, pulling out the big guns and taking on a film that just dies for snark: Spotlight.
In Miranda Sajdak's Snark a Film column, she will be taking movies of all sorts - some she loves, some she likes, some she vehemently dislikes - and tossing a big old flaming bag o’ snark at their lovely/delightful/stinky feet. First up, 'Brooklyn.'
Brad Johnson reviews of the new Adam McKay film, 'The Big Short.'