We couldn’t help ourselves. With the Oscars only days away and awards season coming to a head, we felt honor-bound to weigh in on the subject of style, cinema and the intersection of the two.
So we collected our memories of the past year’s worth of handsomeness on film and tried to nail down exactly what made each film stylish—much like the actual Oscars, we’re breaking down the movie by individual garment performance, not just handing out awards willy-nilly.
It’s been a strange month for magazines. We got to see more of Michelle Williams’ Marilyn impression, the wisdom of an ex-president and some quality drinking-and-shooting time with the bull-shaped creature known as Channing Tatum. But naturally, you’ll want more than that, so we’ve got an intricately detailed summary after the jump…
Greaser’s Palace: But is she a Shark or a Jet? [Esquire]
A Star-Making Turn: This Channing Tatum profile opens with a description of the star’s fire-deformed package, which is enough to earn it a place in puff piece history. Brass balls, Marks. We salute you. [DETAILS]
The Barbarian: A thoughtful take on NBC’s late night debacle. And, a pretty good reason to watch the Tonight Show tonight. [Vulture]
Pretty Things: Your daily dose of francophone erotic thriller remakes, courtesy of /Film. [/Film]