The Master

The Master on Blu-ray & DVD February 26th News

The Master on Blu-ray & DVD February 26th

One of the most intriguing films of 2012 was without a doubt Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. The film contains some of the best acting performances of the year, which led Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix, and Amy Adams to all receive Oscar nominations for their respective roles. Recently, some of the official details of Read More
2013 Oscar Nominations Awards

2013 Oscar Nominations

The nominations for the 2013 Oscars were announced this morning with Lincoln brining in the most nominations with a whopping 12, including most of the main categories. Almost every year at the Academy Awards the showdown for Best Picture is normally between just two films, this year may be a little different. See the full Read More
Way Too Indie’s Best Films of 2012 Features

Way Too Indie’s Best Films of 2012

As the Way Too Indie Staff compiled their favorite films that had a U.S. theatrical release in 2012, there was some debate as to whether or not 2012 was an overall good year for films. I landed in the “it was a pretty good year” camp personally. While there may not have been a plethora Read More
2013 Golden Globes Nominations Awards

2013 Golden Globes Nominations

There are definitely some shocking nominations for this years Golden Globes, but most of them are of the 'Huh?!' variety. Expectantly this comes from the Musical or Comedy category, where Salmon Fishing in the Yemen scored three nominations! Other odd surprises include Maggie Smith getting nominated for Quartet instead of Comedy/Musical Picture nominee The Best Read More
2013 Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations Awards

2013 Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations

The members of the Screen Actors Guild have submitted their nominations to honor their fellow cohorts and the results were mostly predictable and safe. Leading the pack with four nominations each were, Lincoln and Silver Linings Playbook. Even though the guild does not have a “best picture” category, the “outstanding performance by a cast” can Read More
Dustin’s Top 10 Films of 2012 Features

Dustin’s Top 10 Films of 2012

See what films made Dustin Jansick's Top 10 Films of 2012. Click to view the full list of films. Read More
The Master Movie

The Master

You will be hard pressed to find a film this year that is better acted or better crafted than Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. In Anderson’s sixth directorial film comes an epic tale of made up religion that has earmarks of a cult and it’s radical followers. Even though the film never comes out and Read More
2012 Toronto International Film Festival Coverage Recap Film Festival

2012 Toronto International Film Festival Coverage Recap

2012 Toronto International Film Festival came to close on Sunday when officials announced the Audience Award went to Silver Linings Playbook, a film that now has some serious Oscar potential. We did not attend a showing of that crowd-pleaser film but below is a recap of the films that Way Too Indie writer CJ Prince Read More
TIFF 2012 Day 2: Spring Breakers & The Master Film Festival

TIFF 2012 Day 2: Spring Breakers & The Master

It seems like the word of the day was "delay." After arriving at Toronto the line-up for picking up tickets took nearly an hour. That's not a complaint though, anyone who has been to TIFF is fully aware that waiting in line is just part of the festival. Either way, gone were my hopes of Read More