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“Flower” features an awards worthy performance from Zoey Deutch

A breakthrough performance by a talented young actress is always a sight to behold. Last year at the Tribeca Film Festival, I saw Zoey Deutch own the screen in Flower. This independent picture has stayed with me for almost 12 full months, mainly due to Deutch’s captivating turn. She is[...]

“Ready Player One”: Films to see in March

Better late than never. Now that we’ve put the 90th Academy Awards in the rearview mirror, let us focus on 2018 releases (and celebrate my birthday today). Yes, we now officially move on to March releases, a month where we essentially get a preview of the summer movie season. Awards[...]

Sam Mendes and company: Ranking the 007 directors

With recent rumors swirling that Danny Boyle could be coming on board to direct the newest James Bond film, what better time is there to look at the directorial history of the franchise? The prospect of Boyle in the world of Bond is enticing, if slightly unexpected and not a[...]

Year in Advance Academy Award predictions for 2019

There’s no rest for the weary. As the Oscar winning film Crazy Heart once said in its signature song, “this ain’t no place for the weary kind”. Yes, less than a week after the 90th Academy Awards, I’m already bringing you year in advance predictions. Almost exactly a year ago,[...]

Zoe Kazan: Which actors and actresses are due for their first Oscar nomination?

Time to start up another annual tradition here on the site. Every year during the early parts of the season, basically post Oscars, I like to do a post about who is overdue to get either an Academy Award nomination or a win. Last year was no different, so we’re[...]

Ava DuVernay tackles tentpole filmmaking with “A Wrinkle in Time”

It’s positively refreshing to see a director get a chance to work their way up to a blockbuster. Too often these days, one indie hit gets a hotshot filmmaker (let’s face it, always a white dude) the next franchise to helm. It’s rare that this sort of work is a[...]

The Best and Worst moments from the 90th Oscars

Continuing on analysis of the Academy Awards now that the show is over, today will be a look at the highlights and lowlights of the actual telecast. As always, there were great moments and some not so great moments, though the former definitely outweighed the latter. Anyone not named Donald[...]

Breaking down the most exciting Oscar race in recent memory

Last night, the 90th Academy Awards came and went, with another set of Oscar winners in the books. Yours truly went 20 out of 24 with predictions, which is certainly at least a respectable showing. As you no doubt saw, either in our post or during the actual telecast, it[...]

90th Academy Awards spread the love and “The Shape of Water” emerges victorious

Well folks, now we know. The 90th annual Academy Awards have just wrapped up, only moments ago, with The Shape of Water emerging victorious from one of the closest Best Picture races ever. The Shape of Water actually led the way overall too, with four wins (including Guillermo del Toro[...]

Independent Spirit Awards give top prizes to “Get Out”

On the day before the Oscars, the Film Indepdnent Spirit Awards were handed out. In what may be a warm up for the Academy Awards, Get Out took Best Film, marking an excellent night overall for the movie. Impending Oscar winners Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell both won as well[...]
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