The 82nd Academy Awards winner for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Film Editing, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, is back in theaters. “The Hurt Locker” now playing in select theaters across the country. This was the highest rated film at HeidiTown.com in 2009. Read review of “The Hurt Locker” by clicking here.
The Orange British Academy Film Awards were held Sunday, February 21, 2010. There are lots of reason to love the Brits, and here’s just one. HeidiTown’s highest rated film of 2009, won big last night during the 2010 Orange British Academy Film Awards (aka BAFTA). Both “The Hurt Locker“ and “Avatar“ went into the awards with eight nominations each, with “The Hurt Locker” winning six, including Best Director
Rated R Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 4.5 Word of Warning: Language, racial slurs and violence – this one’s not for the kiddos or the easily offended. Written, directed and starring an icon of our time, Clint Eastwood, “Gran Torino is one of the best movies of 2008 (it was in limited release during December, widely released in January). Clint Eastwood plays Walt Kowalski, a veteran of the Korean War and
This movie won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Writing (adapted screenplay). Find out whether I agreed with the Academy: No Country for Old Men. As a side note, the 80th Academy Awards aired last Sundy. It received the all-time lowest rating for an Academy Award show. Quite frankly, it was boring. I say, get rid Jon Stewart. He was not funny. Bring
An odd French film about the life of Elle Magazine editor Jean-Dominique Bauby after a stroke leaves his entire body paralyzed. This movie has been nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director. Read my review under Movie Reviews or click here: The Diving Bell & the Butterfly I have also added a NOTE to my review of There will be Blood, so check it out.