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DIRECTORS: Hollywood FRONTRUNNERS 2017

DIRECTORS: Hollywood FRONTRUNNERS Our Hollywood Frontrunners for the category of BEST DIRECTOR are JOE WRIGHT, Darkest Hour, and Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk. Criteria: HOLLYWOOD FRONTRUNNERS LISTS™ are based on multiple elements that are taken into consideration including advance screenings, award events and consultations with industry insiders (agents, managers, journalists, awards strategists,[...]

Supporting Actors: Hollywood FRONTRUNNERS

Our Hollywood Frontrunners for the category of BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR is Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. For the category of BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS are Mary J Blige, Mudbound, and Allison Janney, I, Tonya. Criteria: HOLLYWOOD FRONTRUNNERS LISTS™ are based on multiple elements that are taken into consideration including advance screenings,[...]

Spirit Award predictions before the nominations are announced

Early on next week, one of the most enjoyable precursors will announce their nominations. Of course, I’m talking about the Film Independent Spirit Awards. Predicting them are always an absolute shot in the dark, and normally I wait until the nominees are announced, but hey, why not be bold this[...]

“Justice League” tries to save the day for DC

Today is the day for DC and Warner Brothers. At long last, all of their superheroes are sharing the screen. A few hours from now, the first public screenings of Justice League will begin, giving fans a chance to not just see Batman, Superman (yes, he’s in it…duh), and Wonder[...]

Denzel Washington crusades for justice in “Roman J. Israel, Esq.”

When you’re as big a star as Denzel Washington is, you pretty much have your pick of the litter, project wise. As such, when a curveball is thrown by the actor, it’s worth noting. This week, Washington tackles something very different with Roman J. Israel, Esq. The film itself struggles,[...]

“Mudbound” is Netflix’s latest shot at Oscar glory

Netflix fascinates me, especially when it comes to their hopes at Academy Award attention. This is something I previously wrote about the service: “There’s a notable difference between the types of projects that Amazon and Netflix have been putting out, theatrically speaking. On the one hand, Amazon has been gunning[...]

Few movies are timelier right now than “The Light of the Moon”

Whether you’re a cinephile or not, it’s impossible to escape the raves of news surrounding sexual assault in Hollywood. We’ve all heard the horrifying details surrounding Harvey Weinstein, not to mention James Toback and Kevin Spacey, among others (plus, you know, the current President, as well as Republican candidate for[...]

Updated Oscar predictions for November

We’re heading towards the end of the line, ladies and gentlemen. Well into November now, we’ve only got a few films left to see before all of the contenders will be known entities. As such, it’s a perfect time for an Academy Award predictions update. This is also the time[...]

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is one of the very best films of 2017

Very few films are perfect. That’s a rare beast in the cinematic world. So, I want to be perfectly clear when I say that Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is perfect. It truly is. The movie stands tall among almost every single other 2017 release. As terrific as the Trailers[...]

Trailer drops for Steven Spielberg’s “The Post”

It was only a matter of time. Perhaps the biggest X factor all season long has been what to make of The Post, Steven Spielberg’s latest film. Centered on the epic fight that The Washington Post had with the United States government over the right to publish the infamous Pentagon[...]
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