December 11, 2016

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Hollywood Contenders: New Oscar Predictions for Late November

First of all, I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! As you recover from all that turkey, it might be a shock to realize that November is almost over. Yes, December is just days away, and that means a number of things. As much as anything, it means the final[...]

“Lion” is emotional and sure to appeal to Oscar voters

Getting an audience to cry, especially if that audience includes Academy members, is always a shortcut to success. This week, a prime awards contender is going to try and do just that in Lion. Also, Happy Thanksgiving to you all as well. In many ways, one can give thanks for[...]

Jessica Chastain is an absolute powerhouse in “Miss Sloane”

It’s easy to appreciate great acting. You know it when you see it. Especially during this part of the year, it pops up often. Well, let me tell you that Jessica Chastain shows you how it’s done in Miss Sloane. Out this weekend, it’s among her very best performances to[...]

“Manchester by the Sea” and “Moonlight” headline the Spirit Award nominations

Just a few minutes ago, the nominations for the Independent Spirit Awards were announced. Their announcement is always one of the seminal moments in the precursor season. Of course, not all the contenders are eligible, with Oscar frontrunner La La Land notably not hitting the budget restriction. Other films not[...]

“Moana” proves that Dwayne Johnson can truly do anything

It seems like I write this at least once or twice a year, but Disney is poised to have another big hit on their hands. They continually churn out enjoyable fare, especially with their animated musical offerings. On Wednesday, their latest hits in Moana, which very much feels like it’s[...]

Will voters embrace escapism or realism this Oscar season?

If you follow the awards race, you’ve probably heard in some regard that Best Picture is sewn up, with La La Land already engraved on the statue. Now, I absolutely love that film (more on that soon) and see it as the odds on favorite, but there’s a chance that[...]

“Manchester by the Sea” is heartbreaking and one of 2016’s best

Right at the top, I’ll put this out there…Manchester by the Sea is one of my absolute favorite films of the year. This week, audiences will finally understand what my colleagues at the Sundance Film Festival first went over the moon for. From Park City to the Telluride Film Festival[...]

“The Edge of Seventeen” is an absolute delight

There hasn’t been a true new teen movie that breaks through into the mainstream in some time. Sure, there are successful films starring teens or set in High School, but too often, especially of late, they’ve involved vampires or magic or some kind of nonsense like that. Then, through the[...]

Miles Teller is committed and intense in “Bleed for This”

When you mix a talented young actor with the Oscar bait that is a boxing film, you almost always get an awards contender. This week, a new one opens in Bleed for This, which has Miles Teller in the lead role. Is it a lot like other recent boxing movies?[...]

“Nocturnal Animals” seeks to be a stylish awards contender

Ever since his feature debut A Single Man, cinema fans have been anxious to see more from fashion designer turned filmmaker Tom Ford. This week, they get their wish, as his sophomore outing Nocturnal Animals opens. It seeks to follow in the footsteps of A Single Man and appeal to[...]
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