December 04, 2016

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Final Golden Globe predictions

Believe it or not folks, tomorrow the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will announce their nominees for the Golden Globe awards. Bright and early we’ll know what the HFPA feels about cinema in 2015, and perhaps even a bit about what the Oscar nominations could wind up looking like. As such,[...]

Final SAG awards predictions

The very first guild of the season announces tomorrow folks. Yes, the Screen Actors Guild will reveal their nominations in less than 24 hours, which is pretty exciting if I do say so myself. This is one of the biggest precursors, since voters here are also potentially members of the[...]

Hollywood Contenders – The shortlist for Best Visual Effects at the Oscars has arrived

Yesterday, the Academy Award hopefuls in Best Visual Effects were whittled down to just 20, as voters can now focus in on the achievements they’re most fond of. This is one of the few categories where we actually get to see what the voters are considering in advance of the[...]

WGA rules a number of Oscar hopefuls ineligible

As is the case around this time each year, the Writers Guild of America has released their list of eligible titles for their Writers Guild Awards, which in turn clues us in to with scripts were ruled ineligible for consideration. Late last week, the WGA’s list of films not up[...]

Spike Lee: Ranking his films to date

There are few filmmakers out there with more of a personal touch than Spike Lee. The director is never more interesting than when a social issue has gotten his ire, with the recently released Chi-Raq being no exception. Lee can be a hit or miss artist, but he’s rarely boring,[...]

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “The Martian” Battle Out for Best Sound Mixing Oscar

Charlie Chaplin believed that sound was a fad that would disappear from movies after a short time period. He may have been a genius, but he sure wasn’t right about that. Today, it is hard to imagine most movies without sound. Dialogue obviously recreates the experience of most people’s lives.[...]

Oscar predictions for December

The final month of 2015 is upon us, and as such, we’re beginning truly the crunch time for Academy Award predictions. I may very well be moving to weekly updates if precursors and such dictate as much, but at the very least, I’m here now with an update to my[...]

Hollywood Contenders – “The Revenant” reviews hit

Finally. After having seen The Revenant a few weeks ago and been under embargo from speaking about it, the veil of secrecy finally lifts. I’m in the same position with The Hateful Eight, embargo wise, but today I can talk about Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s latest. Surprising no one, this is[...]

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” gets an intense new Trailer

Late last night, a big new Trailer was dropped for next year’s giant superhero spectacle Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. We’re only about three months out from this blockbuster, so it makes sense that Warner Brothers is really beginning to push it on us. Once we hit January, I[...]

An Interview with Jake Roberts: Can He Ride the “Brooklyn” Wave to a First Oscar Nomination for Best Film Editing?

John Crowley’s “Brooklyn” is currently delighting critics and audiences. Saoirse Ronan’s triumph yesterday at the New York Film Critics Circle is likely the beginning of a solid run for the film through Oscar season. The changing time periods, locations and moods required a sharp but subtle editor. Enter Jake Roberts,[...]
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