From The Inside: Ben Affleck As Batman

Mike Noyes offers up his two cents on the major casting announcement of Ben Affleck (or as he calls him, "The Aff") as Batman/Bruce Wayne in the Man of Steel sequel. »»

Ben Affleck's Third Feature Argo Gets A Trailer

Ben Affleck's '70s period ensemble based on a crazy true story involving the Iranian revolution, Hollywood, and a fake sci-fi movie. »»

R0BTRAIN's Badass Cinema: The Badasses of 2010, Part 1

Fathers seeking Vengeance! Roman Soldiers! Post-Apocalyptic Samurai! and Micheal Cera! »»

Monday Morning Critic - 1.24.2010 - Oscar Predictions & The Town

Every Monday morning, InsidePulse Movies Czar Scott “Kubryk" Sawitz brings an irreverent and oftentimes hilarious look at pop culture, politics, sports and whatever else comes to mind. And sometimes he writes about movies. The big story this we »»

Travis Skip Leamons's Top 10 of 2010

This year emphasizes those directors who will continue to push the limits of the medium in terms of film-making and subject matter. »»

Brendan Campbell's Top 10 of 2010

You know it’s been a great year in movies when there are a handful of films that don’t make the final cut of your top ten list, yet easily deserve the same praise. »»

R0BTRAIN's Top 10 of 2010

For me, 2010 was like an all-you-can-eat buffet of great movies, and I got pretty fat on one amazing picture after another. »»

Disc Deals and Steals: The Other Guys and Despicable Me Beg to Be Stocking Stuffers

Also new this week: Ben Affleck's The Town, The A-Team, and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. »»

Houston Film Critics Society Nominations

Typical list but with one caveat: one of the best picture nominations kick's ass. »»

American Film Institute Announces its Top 10 of the Year

Unlike last year, which included films like The Hangover and Sugar, this year's list is devoid of surprise. »»

Bruce Willis and Rebecca Hall Favorites for Lay The Favorite

However, the actor and actress are also circling other projects. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: Saw 3D Cuts Through Competition

The grand finale(?) in the Saw series makes a killing and the Jackass boys cross $100 million. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: Paranormal Activity 2 Sets Milestone for Horror

Paramount Pictures dominates the weekend with two films grossing over $63 million. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: Jackass 3D Opening Biggest for Franchise

Jackass 3D sees huge returns in a weekend where the top 12 films collected $121 million. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: Social Network Looks to Repeat, Katherine Heigl and Secretariat Fight for Second Place

The Social Network faced some competition this weekend at the box office. Sadly, the competition was not strong, as judged on their performances. »»

R0BTRAIN's Badass Cinema: French Zombies Don't Eat Just Snails

Badass for the month of September is revealed, some thoughts on Zack Snyder directing Superman, and a review of a French zombie feature that you've probably never heard of before. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: The Social Network Adds Friends, Wall Street's Stocks Plummet

This weekend, some decided to take a break from their Facebook account and watched The Social Network instead. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: Wall Street's Greed is Still Good

Oliver Stone has his best opening as a director, Ben Affleck surpasses a personal milestone, and Inception has one last hurrah in this week's top ten. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: The Town and Easy A Battle for First Place

Ben Affleck proves that Gone Baby Gone was no fluke. And a star has arrived in Emma Stone. »»

The Town - Review

Boston to Affleck is like New York to Scorsese: it works beautifully »»

Monday Morning Critic - The Purse Switch Gag, Masterpieces remaining of 2010 and Dog Bite Dog

Recalling a gag successfully pulled off, looking at the only films that look like they could be brilliant for the rest of the year and a DVD review of Dog Bite Dog »»

Watch This: Trailer for Ben Affleck's The Town

Ben Affleck and Warner Bros. are doing for Boston what David Simon (Homicide: Life on the Street, The Wire) did for Baltimore - putting a new stamp on the crime genre. »»

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