New this week: "Skyfall," "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," "The Man with the Iron Fists" and "The Sessions."
The Oscar nominations were announced this morning and Twitter is hacked off, y'all.
As much as I love the chance to impose my taste upon the world — and I really, really do — the day I have to commit to a final top 10 list is never fun. People, this is HARD.
NextMovie staffer Kase Wickman breaks down her favorites of the year.
When I saw my favorite movie of the year back in August, I said I had a hard time imagining that any movie would beat it. And much to my surprise (and chagrin), a good three or four gave it a real run for its money
Here's a rundown of the great films that you didn't see this year.
Crafting a Top 10 Movies of the Year list always presents a little bit of a conundrum: Do you include the greatest films created, both technically and artistically, or do you go with the ones you simply enjoyed the most?
From moving dramas and unforgettable indies to shockingly worthy comedies and actually super superhero blockbusters, Team NextMovie really had a difficult time narrowing down our 25 favorite flicks of the year
The show's fourth season premiere inspired us to take a look at its stars in flicks like "Perks of Being a Wallflower" and "Piranha 3D"
Charlie may be a the strong, silent type, but the "Perks of Being a Wallflower" protagonist knows a thing or two about style