Wow, what a month. February was full of birthdays, awards shows and even a Vegas vacation for FTS. I’m a little late, but I took a second to put together some of last month’s highlights including box office stats, my favorite posts and new blogs I’m into.
And the winners are…: The end of February brought with it the 85th Academy Awards. Did you guess the winners? [Read]
Rhythm & Hues files for bankruptcy & VFX artists protest the Oscars: The visual effects company that made the Oscar winning film Life of Pi possible are in danger of shutting down, a problem not just for the company but one representative of a larger issue in the VFX field. [Read]
The Face of a Thief?: The big film for the February box office was Identity Thief which brought in a whopping $107 million. [Read]
The Movie Log has a series of posts detailing all their favorite things from 2012. From blockbusters to TV shows, you can read them all in the multi-part lists. [The List of Things I Liked in 2012 Part 1]
Life Vs. Film – After podcasting with blog author Jay, I’ve really enjoyed reading through all his past reviews.
Celluloid Junkie – C Taylor has badass lists, interviews and loads for reviews to keep you reading for hours.
Dave Examines Movies – A blog to immediately put on your radar.
Best Reviewed Movie: A Good Day To Die Hard [78%]
Worst Reviewed Movie: Bullet To The Head [37%]
Featured: Top 10 Quotes from Die Hard
My apologies for the short In Review post. This was a very busy month and most of it wasn’t spend reading blogs. But March is here now and I’m back to business.