Updated Oscar predictions as of February

February 19, 2017

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Penultimate Oscar predictions

Fri, Feb 17 2017


The Academy Awards are in just over a week, ladies and gentlemen. My how time flies, right? With the show coming so soon, there can be a rush to finalize predictions and try to hold course until the end. That’s not my way though, as I play around with my picks right until just before the big night. This second to last update is sort ... READ MORE
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2016 films that will stand the test of time

Thu, Feb 16 2017


One of the things I like to contemplate as a film year wraps up, right around the Oscars, is which of the contenders will actually be remembered years down the line. Often, the Best Picture winner at the Academy Awards is soon forgotten about, seen as an underwhelming consensus choice as opposed to the actual film of the year. Just look t ... READ MORE
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“A Cure for Wellness” is a beautiful looking and haunting mess

Wed, Feb 15 2017


Normally in the early months of a given year, the mainstream wide releases leave a ton to be desired. Sure, there are decent enough ones if you look hard enough, but they’re usually safe genre outings, with more often than not the quality movies being independent releases. Ambition and ambitious filmmakers are in short supply. As su ... READ MORE
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Potential upsets to consider for Oscar night

Tue, Feb 14 2017


Happy Valentine’s Day! As we move toward the Academy Awards ceremony like a speeding freight train, one thing to contemplate a bit are what kind of big surprises we might ultimately see. You never really can truly predict an upset, by their very nature, but you can begin to see if there’s any writing on the wall. Be it due to ... READ MORE
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BAFTA spreads the love with its awards

Mon, Feb 13 2017


Yesterday afternoon, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (or BAFTA, as they’re known) handed out their awards, with the ceremony being televised a few hours later. They’re one of the last major precursors, with this year being especially noteworthy. Today, Oscar voters have ballots in their hands, so this event was ... READ MORE
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Updated Oscar predictions as February rolls along

Fri, Feb 10 2017

If it’s a Friday during the awards season, you know what time it is. Yes, it’s time for a new set of Academy Award predictions! We’re now only a few short weeks away from the Oscars, so the precursors are beginning to wrap up, leading t ... READ MORE
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“The LEGO Batman Movie” is a surprising delight

Thu, Feb 9 2017

A lack of expectations can sometimes be a film’s secret weapon. It’s not that I thought The LEGO Batman Movie would be bad, but it just wasn’t initially on my radar to any real degree. Go figure then, since this probably my favorite movie of 2017 so far. It works in a tremendous way. Opening this week, it hopes to be as ... READ MORE
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VES Awards are dominated by “The Jungle Book”

Wed, Feb 8 2017


Last night, the Visual Effects Society handed out their awards at their annual gathering. It was mainly a good night for The Jungle Book, which took the top prize, known as Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature. It beat back Doctor Strange, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Child ... READ MORE
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Where does the race for Best Picture stand?

Tue, Feb 7 2017


We’re closing in on the Academy Awards folks. In just a few short weeks, a new film will be crowned the Best Picture of the year by Oscar voters. At this point, the Directors Guild of America, the Producers Guild of America, and the Screen Actors Guild of America, the big three, have chimed in with their awards. Those guilds often s ... READ MORE
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The Directors Guild of America rewards Damien Chazelle for “La La Land”

Mon, Feb 6 2017


Over the weekend, a trio of big precursors announced their winners. Specifically, it was late Saturday night and the precursors in question were the Directors Guild of America, the American Society of Cinematographers, and the Annie Awards. They continue to move this season along towards its end point. There’s still some big precurs ... READ MORE
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