Tag: noah baumbach

2020 Oscars Challenge: [10] “Marriage Story” — Six Nominations

In the Best Picture category, there are currently the “big three,” which are the films with the best shot at winning. “Marriage Story” is not one of them. They include “1917,” “Parasite,” and “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.” I would even say “The Irishman” falls in somewhere ahead of “Marriage Story” as well.

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Oscars Watch: 2019 Nevada Film Critics Society Awards

“Marriage Story” was the big winner at the Nevada Film Critics Society Awards, winning Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress (tied with “Bombshell”).

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Oscars Watch: 29th IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards

The 29th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, presented by the Independent Filmmaker Project, were held Monday, December 2 and it was a very Noah Baumbach night.

New Trailer: Marriage Story — Official Companion Netflix Teaser Trailers #1 and #2

MARRIAGE STORY THIS FALL DIRECTED BY: NOAH BAUMBACH Official Synopsis: A stage director and his actor wife struggle through a grueling, coast-to-coast divorce that pushes them to their personal and creative extremes. Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Merritt Wever, Adam Driver, Ray Liotta, Alan Alda, and Kyle Bornheimer Screenplay By: Noah Baumbach Cinematography By: Robbie Ryan Music By: Randy Newman Edited By: Jennifer Lame … Read More New Trailer: Marriage Story — Official Companion Netflix Teaser Trailers #1 and #2

New Trailer: The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) – Official Netflix Trailer #1

THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES (NEW AND SELECTED) Synopsis: Estranged siblings gather in New York to celebrate their father’s work as an artist. Starring:  Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Emma Thompson, and Dustin Hoffman. Directed By: Noah Baumbach Written By: Noah Baumbach Release Date: October 13, 2017 Studio: Netflix

New Trailer: The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) – Official Netflix Teaser Trailer #1

THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES (NEW AND SELECTED) Synopsis: Estranged siblings gather in New York to celebrate their father’s work as an artist. Starring:  Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Emma Thompson, and Dustin Hoffman. Directed By: Noah Baumbach Written By: Noah Baumbach Release Date: October 13, 2017 Studio: Netflix

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One Minute Review: Frances Ha (2013)

Release Date May 17, 2013 Director Noah Baumbach Screenplay Noah Baumbach Greta Gerwig Distributed By IFC Films Budget $3 million Comedy, Drama, Romance Rated R for sexual references and language 86 minutes Frances Ha Greta Gerwig re-teams with Noah Baumbach (“Greenberg”) to create this black-and-white, quirky, and often humorous character study of a woman living in New York, trying to find her place while … Read More One Minute Review: Frances Ha (2013)

Movie Review: Margot At The Wedding (2007)

MARGOT AT THE WEDDING BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJULY 20, 2010 “Margot At The Wedding,” Baumbach’s follow-up to “The Squid and The Whale,” takes an A-list actress in Nicole Kidman and diminishes her prestige to a standard, neurotic, everyday human being. Nicole Kidman plays Margot, a published writer, on her way to her sister Pauline’s (Jennifer Jason Leigh) wedding accompanied by her son Claude (Zane Pais). … Read More Movie Review: Margot At The Wedding (2007)

Movie Review: Greenberg (2010)

GREENBERG BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJULY 16, 2010 “Greenberg” is not “Meet The Parents.” “Greenberg” is not “Night At The Museum.” “Greenberg” is not “Tropic Thunder,” “Zoolander,” “Dodgeball,” “Heavyweights,” or “Starsky & Hutch.” “Greenberg” is not the Ben Stiller you know and love. “Greenberg” is real. “Greenberg” is self-righteous, self-loathing, and pretentious. “Greenberg” is probably not someone you would personally like to be around for more … Read More Movie Review: Greenberg (2010)

Movie Review: The Squid And The Whale (2005)

THE SQUID AND THE WHALE BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJULY 15, 2010 Noah Baumbach is a director of real life. Baumbach’s expertise focuses on taking a real life subject, like two parents separating, and making a cinematic film. Baumbach steers clear of cliché moments or high action sequences, but simply displays to you, still in a cinematic and interesting way, how a real life situation can … Read More Movie Review: The Squid And The Whale (2005)