UA-17272164-1 September 27, 2011 - AwardsCircuit.com - By Clayton Davis
  • Television
    Dancing with the Stars: Week 2

    Metta World Peace is gone and the rest of the stars try to prove they are worthy or reaming apart of the competition. This week the stars had their work cut out for them dancing the Jive and the Quick Step. A difficult dance will show who has the potential to win...

  • Television
    TV Review: Two and a Half Men (**1/2)

    Charlie Harper is dead and Walden Schmidt is in. During the premiere episode it begins with the death of Charlie Harper. All of his conquests show up to his funeral to make sure that he is actually dead and bash him during Alan’s eulogy. It is obvious the shows creator Chuck Lorre, who Sheen publicly...

  • Article
    High Heels and Tumbler Wheels

    I’m pretty sure that, by the time Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises actually hits theaters on July 20th, the internet will have leaked so many “inside scoops” about the film that every spoiler-hunting fanboy will know the whole damn plot already.  I try my best to avoid spoilers as much as...

  • Article
    Digging Into: John Foote

    Few names in the film community unite actors, filmmakers, bloggers, Oscar prognosticators, publicists, and the general media in respect like John Foote does.  Yes, a young man who spent his early days in Canada wanting nothing more than to play in the NHL now is one of the preeminent voices in film...

  • Article
    Joey’s DVD Picks of the Week (9/27/2011)

    It’s a bit of a light week on DVD for me here at The Awards Circuit, especially considering my distaste for the major release of the week.  I’ll get to that piece of trash in a minute, though I’d be happier to forget it ever existed, but first let me point out...

  • Article
    Digging Into: Michael Ward

    To the average observer, Michael Ward is the definition of the American everyman.  An unassuming, workaday family man, it wouldn’t be immediately obvious that there lies a deep-seated passion for the motion picture.  Indeed, his entire philosophy of reviewing films takes on a removal of self rarely seen of most critics.  “My...

  • General
    Why Did “Drive” Stall at the Box Office?

    I’m of two minds about the current box office numbers for Ryan Gosling’s collaboration with Nicolas Winding Refn ‘Drive’.  On the one hand, it really is an art film and the money it’s making is good for that, but on the other, it did really have the potential to be a crossover...

  • Women in Cinema
    Women In Cinema: Anne Hathaway

    Anne Hathaway is this generations “America’s Sweetheart”. In every film, including Rachel Getting Married, she manages to shine and win the audience’s heart.  They admire her because they love to watch her. She has an amazing sense of comedy, an outstanding dramatic side, a wonderful singing voice and obviously is incredibly attractive....