Intense. Stunning. Phenomenal. List pretty much any praising adjective to describe Gravity and the acclaim is warranted.
"So where was I?" That was how host Ricky Gervais opened Sunday's 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, a nod to the controversy that followed his previous year's hosting gig. His inference: he was going to pick up exactly where he left it last year. He wasn't going to pull any punches. Once again, he was going to raise hell. Well, this time? He didn't.
While this Thanksgiving weekend for Americans is normally reserved for watching football, attacking department stores, and having turkey induced tryptophan comas we here in Canada can be thankful for the great movies from our southern neighbours that help kick start that award season buzz this time of the year.
NEW YORK, NY; LOS ANGELES, CA; and LONDON, ENGLAND (JANUARY 19, 2010) – "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief," today announced its lineup of superstar musical performances. The global telethon will feature performances by Wyclef Jean, Bruce Springsteen, Jennifer Hudson, Mary J.
Dean Kish: Can you tell us anything about your upcoming film, Insomnia?
Christopher Nolan: It's a psychological thriller centering around a veteran cop who is sent up from Los Angeles to a town in Northern Alaska to help the police solve a murder involving a young girl. He goes up there with his partner from L.A.