Crossroads Analysis


Little Miss Sunshine


This Crossroads article will cover another example of a film that used critical acclaim from a festival release to drive a worldwide box office affection; this time for a young pageant princess named Olive. Little Miss Sunshine is a story that follows the Hoover family to a beauty pageant in California. Their R-rated family trip […] Continue Reading


Amour


This week we bring another  Oscar darling, Michael Haneke’s Amour. The movie about the ultimate test of love: death. As usual with this column we will highlight  artistic testament as well as commercial performance. This week, Amour is at the Crossroads. Logline: Georges and Anne are in their eighties. They are cultivated, retired music teachers. Their […] Continue Reading


Ted


At the intersection of art and commerce our second installment veers away from last weeks Oscar darling, The Artist, to a raunchier, fuzzier side of Hollywood.  This column seeks to highlight films that succeeded in artistic testament as well as financial and strategic performance. This week, Ted is at the Crossroads. When you’re a Hollywood […] Continue Reading


The Artist- Review


At the intersection of art and commerce, MovieNomics would like to introduce a very special series at the core of our publishing: Crossroads. Crossroads seeks to highlight films that succeeded in artistic testament as well as financial and strategic performance. Our first Crossroads is based on a film that is inspired by Hollywood’s origins and […] Continue Reading