Last year’s hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway were totally panned. This year’s Academy Awards saw its first host, Eddie Murphy, quit amid the gay-slur controversy surrounding his pal Brett Ratner and now we’re stuck with Billy Crystal (just hoping this doesn’t mean a 2012 release of City Slickers 3 . . . in 3-D). Whether you watch the Oscars or not you can count on David Magazine to be your unofficial (and snarky) host for the Red Carpet and Awards so be sure to follow David Magazine on Facebook.
And to start off the snark-fest, we offer you two of David Magazine’s film buffs going head-to-head in their predictions for the winners, the losers who should be winners, and worthy Hollywood players missing from the nominations in the first place. Take it away, Joseph & Elijah!… Read More David Magazine’s Head-to-Head Coverage of the 84th Annual Academy Awards
Over the last decade or so, it sometimes feels like a period of a month or so can’t go by without some laughably horrible piece of trash passing itself off as a horror film finds itself unleashed into the masses. Occasionally, the films manage to do decently well, and when coupled with their low budgets,… Read More ‘Homecoming’ anything but welcome
Following the critical and commercial acclaim of his first two projects (Thank You for Smoking and Juno), Jason Reitman’s third directorial effort, Up in the Air, is currently expanding slowly into national release. Up in the Air, which stars George Clooney, is receiving a bigger wave of anticipation than Reitman’s previous films, in large part due to the… Read More Up in the Air soars into Oscar season
For fans of author Nicholas Sparks, Nights in Rodanthe promises to please its intended audience approximately as much as previous films A Walk to Remember and The Notebook. For fans of romance films, though, the same might not apply. While held together well (admirably, even) by stars Richard Gere and Diane Lane (in their third… Read More Review: ‘Nights in Rodanthe’