Monday is Sequel News Day!
“BOURNE THREE… THREE AS THE WIND…”
For updates on The Bourne Ultimatum, Indy 4, and Jurassic Park 4, click here. (Looks like Jason Bourne may have a new main squeeze. And no, it’s not Ben Affleck.)
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF FILM CRITICS DOESN’T GO BROKEBACK
The NSFC names Capote as Best Picture!
5 C’s in a row! CHICAGO CRITICS CROWN CRASH, CACHE
A good day for Crash and Cache… but not Johnny Cash.
“THE MOST MOVING AMERICAN [FILM] IN THE FIFTEEN YEARS I’VE BEEN A CRITIC”
Matt Zoller Seitz on The New World:
Other people direct movies. Terrence Malick builds cathedrals. “The New World” is my new religion, easily the most pictorially innovative and moving American studio release I’ve seen in the 15 years I’ve been a professional movie critic. To appreciate it requires viewers to abandon narrative filmmaking conventions they’re comfortable with (perhaps even spoiled by) and learn a new language, a primordial language of pictures that largely bypasses narrative cinema’s persistent theatrical influence and plugs into the rhythms of thought.
ANTHONY LANE BERATES THE FILM YEAR THAT WAS, SEEKS HOPE IN THE YEAR TO COME
Lane’s article features a fine assessment of Orlando Bloom, and the problem with the movies of 2005.