August 26, 2016

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Meryl Streep goes for the gold again in “Florence Foster Jenkins”

There often seems to be two different types of Meryl Streep movies. One type is the serious awards vehicles, where she’s consistently nominated for Oscars. The other type is when she seems to be letting her hair down and having a good time, usually to be ignored by Academy members.[...]

Seth Rogen’s “Sausage Party” is a filthy good time

As somewhat of a man child, I have a soft spot for animation, especially when it’s at least a bit on the irreverent side. I also happen to really enjoy the humor of Seth Rogen, so when I knew he was developing something called Sausage Party, my interest was already[...]

Hollywood Contenders: The fall film festival season is shaping up to be a very exciting one

As we wind down towards the end of the summer, one can’t help but have their minds wander towards what’s next, cinematically speaking. Namely, the fall festival season, which will soon be upon us. We’ve already had the Venice Film Festival announce their lineup, as well as most of the[...]

2016 Hollywood Film Awards Launch the Push toward Oscar® – SUBMIT

SUBMIT ONLY your “awards worthy” film(s) and talent to the 2016 HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARDS®. Complimentary “For Your Consideration” screenings at Dick Clark screening room. Please contact us at SUBMISSIONS@HOLLYWOODAWARDS.COM More than one hundred HFA honorees have gone on to garner Oscar® nominations and wins. The Hollywood Film Awards ®, the official launch of[...]

“Hell or High Water” is a furious yet mellow American masterpiece

As you all know by now, I love being surprised by a movie I had absolutely no expectations for going into. Last week, I saw something that just blew me away. This week, I can turn you all on to it, as it’s opening. The flick is called Hell or[...]

Hollywood Contenders: Looking at potential Best Supporting Actress contenders

As you fine ladies and gentlemen must all must know by now (since I’ve pretty much hammered it into your heads), it’s one thing to read early Academy Award predictions in order to see what folks like myself think will happen this winter, but it’s a whole separate thing to[...]

Warner Brothers hopes to right their DC ship with “Suicide Squad”

There’s an awful lot riding on Suicide Squad for Warner Brothers and their DC cinematic universe. They really need not just a financial hit, but a cultural one too, after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was considered a downgrade from Man of Steel. Besides this, only Wonder Woman has[...]

James Gray’s “The Lost City of Z” will close the 2016 New York Film Festival

Just a few short hours ago today, the Closing Night selection for the New York Film Festival was announced. This year, it will be James Gray’s The Lost City of Z, a long brewing passion project of his. As a pretty big fan of Gray, one who thinks Two Lovers[...]

“Indignation” is a classy powerhouse of restrained emotion

I love being surprised by a movie, no matter what type of a movie it is. A few weeks ago, I saw Indignation, a period piece that is just tremendous. I didn’t get a chance to write about it last week, so I wanted to double back now. It is[...]

“Sausage Party” and “Suicide Squad”: Films to look forward to in August

The summer is almost over folks! Well, not the season itself, but the summer movie season, which is now in its final month. After that, we’ll be moving towards the fall, which begins the awards season, which is very exciting. Traditionally, August has been a sort of no man’s land,[...]
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