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The Top 10 Movies of 2014

By Joe Robberson on
Sony Pictures Classics | Fox Searchlight | The Weinstein Company Another strong year for film has come to a close. We've seen two Bible movies, three musicals, lots of superheroes, lots of huge franchises, and a comedy about North Korea, a country without a sense of humor. Yes, 2014 was filled with fun and controversy at the movies. These are the best I witnessed: 1 The Grand Budapest Hotel For Wes Anderson: His timing is so sharply honed now, it's easy to take for granted the immensity...Read Full Story

Jennifer Lawrence Shows Off Her Incredible Lip Syncing Talent

By Lani Conway on
(Columbia Pictures) A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day.This deleted scene from American Hustle is the best. Jennifer Lawrence earned an Oscar nod for her role as a bored Long Island housewife in American Hustle. But the best part about JLaw's performance might actually be this deleted scene (watch here). In it, the yellow-gloved actress smoothly lip-syncs to Santana's "Evil Ways."  Wes Anderson has a great love of symmetry. In honor of Anderson's...Read Full Story

The 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Twee Tally

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(From Fox Searchlight | Illustration by Zimbio)Wes Anderson's greatest power as a filmmaker may be his ability to fully realize the worlds he creates. When his movies are finished, they feel like they've emerged fully formed from his mind. His irresistably twee fantasy lands blur the lines of realism, and The Grand Budapest Hotel might be the blurriest yet. What creates this world? Well we can't capture its magic, but at least we can document some of the pieces that make the whole. With that...Read Full Story

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is Surreal Madcap Insanity

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(L-R) Tony Revolori and Saorise Ronan in The Grand Budapest Hotel. (Fox Searchlight Pictures) Long story short: The Grand Budapest Hotel is Wes Anderson's most experimental, surreal comedy yet, endowed with all the trimmings of the filmmaker's best work.The Grand Budapest Hotel will remind you of: Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Royal Tenenbaums, Dragon Gate Inn, The Shining, Delicatessen, Amélie, The Science of Sleep, The Shawshank Redemption, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Review: All of Wes...Read Full Story

Check Out the Mind-Blowing Scale and Detail on Wes Anderson's Miniature Grand Budapest Hotel

By JJ Duncan on
(Fox Searchlight)As the reigning king of all things twee, Wes Anderson is fond of using mind-numbingly detailed models in his movies that stand in for his larger set pieces. For The Grand Budapest Hotel, that meant a scale replica of the hotel with a working funicular (a little trolley for short, steep journeys).  "I’ve always loved miniatures in general,” Anderson told the New York Times about his latest model. “I just like the charm of them.”As with all things Wes Anderson, the pictures are...Read Full Story
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