Remember those movies that deserved to win Best Picture but didn't? The Academy is famous for making poor decisions, so we're looking back at the past decade to try to set the record straight and award the right movies and performers with Oscar gold.
This week we look back at some of our misplays from Series 1, and adjust our scorecards accordingly for Harry Potter, Gravity, and The Artist.
This week, we take a look back at the fifteen (!!!) movie scores we covered in Series 1, and call each other out on our bullshit scores.
This week, we're taking a trip back to Hollywoodland to discuss Ludovic Bource's critically-acclaimed score for The Artist.
This week in new DVD releases, a pair of sonically intriguing films with the Best Picture winning The Artist and the winning Swedish import Sound of Noise, and a pair of buddy action films with the smash hit 21 Jump Street and WWE Studios' Bending the Rules
Beauty and the Beast returns to the big screen this weekend (with a 3-D retrofitting) just a shade over 20 years after its initial release and several years after an extended cut of the film made the rounds. The film – which was one of my fondest childhood movie going experiences – holds up nicely in a thematic sense, with as much love for cinematic craft as Hugo and The Artist, but while the 3-D does add to the film, the HD transfer makes a case that maybe not all hand drawn animated films should be toyed with.