January 23, 2017

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Eddie Murphy: Gets Career Achievement Award at 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards

Eddie Murphy to be Honored with the “Hollywood Career Achievement Award”at the 20th Annual “Hollywood Film Awards®” James Corden Will Host Special Anniversary Ceremony on Sunday, November 6, 2016 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. dick clark productions announced today that Academy Award-nominated actor Eddie Murphy will be honored with the “Hollywood Career[...]

“Moonlight” and “Newtown”: Films to see in October

Welcome to October! We’re in the fourth quarter of the year now, which is crazy to think about. It’s the point in the year where fall festival season dovetails into awards season, with the precursors on there way before long. As such, the throng of Oscar hopefuls is coming next[...]

“American Honey” is an endurance test that’s worth embarking on

Long movies tend to have an uphill battle with me. Every so often though, it just helps me a special film feel even more so. In the case of American Honey, it simply elevates a great work of art by letting it linger in your mind, though admittedly an almost[...]

Mark Wahlberg has another star vehicle in the true life tale “Deepwater Horizon”

I always like when an actor hooks up with the right filmmaker. Often, it can lead to great things. For Mark Wahlberg, teaming up with director Peter Berg a few years ago led to a fantastic film in Lone Survivor. Later this week, they pair up again for Deepwater Horizon,[...]

“Denial” is the perfect film to open the week of the first Presidential debate

On Monday evening, the first of three Presidential debates was held, pitting former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate, against businessman Donald Trump, the Republican candidate. This Friday, the historical drama Denial opens, and they’re kind of a perfect pairing. Politics aside, there’s a fundamental frustration when it[...]

Denzel Washington’s directorial outing “Fences” drops an intense First Trailer

A few hours ago, we got a first look at one of the season’s potentially biggest contenders. Yes, a First Trailer arrived for Fences, the adaptation of the Broadway show of the same name. Directed by and starring Denzel Washington, it may very well be one of the only contenders[...]

Matin Scorsese’s “Silence” has an official 2016 release date

Go figure. Just as I had decided to pull it from my next set of Oscar predictions, the folks at Paramount Pictures finally give a release date to Martin Scorsese’s passion project Silence. Yes, on December 23rd the movie will open in limited release, before going wide the next month[...]

Contenders from the Toronto Film Festival

Time is just flying on by, isn’t it folks? Over this past weekend, the Toronto International Film Festival (or TIFF) began to wrap up, giving out awards and setting up some potential contenders for the impending Oscar season. This came hot on the heels of the Venice Film Festival launching[...]

“The Magnificent Seven” remake looks to bring back the Western

Outside of Quentin Tarantino, it seems like no one is really attempting to do Westerns anymore. This week, one does hit in the remake of The Magnificent Seven. This film, the latest take on the material, seeks to not just follow in those footsteps, but in Tarantino’s as well, echoing[...]

R.I.P. Curtis Hanson

Last night, the cinematic world lost one of its own. Filmmaker Curtis Hanson passed away at the age of 71. The cause of death has been placed as natural causes. Hanson worked in the industry for well over 40 years, writing and directing movies that will stand the test of[...]
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