June 28, 2017

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Updated Oscar Predictions as BAFTA and the Writers Guild Awards near

If it’s Friday, it must be time for some new predictions. Yes, we’re nearing the finish line for the Academy Awards, with the ceremony only a few short weeks away. This is a pretty huge precursor weekend though, with the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (or BAFTA) handing[...]

“Zoolander 2”: Ten Movies to see in February

Folks, with the Academy Awards still a few weeks away, we can momentarily take a look at something else for the day. What is that, you may ask? Well, today is a look at what else movie theaters will have playing throughout this month, besides the obvious Oscar hopefuls. I[...]

“Deadpool” is one of the best superhero films to date

When I saw Deadpool at a press screening last week, I was expecting to like it. What I wasn’t expecting was to absolutely love it, wholly and fully. Deadpool is a character I’m indifferent to, but the way he was brought to the screen just made me fall in love[...]

“Where to Invade Next” represents one of Michael Moore’s best documentaries yet

I know I’m not alone in saying that the coming of a new Michael Moore documentary is a bit of a cinematic event. Even though Where to Invade Next had an Oscar qualifying run last year, one that sadly didn’t result in an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature,[...]

DGA makes history and gives their top prize again to Alejandro G. Iñárritu for “The Revenant”

Yes, the Directors Guild of America made history over the weekend at their annual awards ceremony. They decided to award Alejandro G. Iñárritu again this year, making him the first filmmaker to win back to back honors from DGA. His win for The Revenant obviously shakes up the Oscar race[...]

Updated Academy Award and Directors Guild Predictions

Folks, I’m basically tearing my hair out trying to decide if I should predict The Big Short or Spotlight to win Best Picture at the Oscars. Yup, it must be Friday and time for a new set of Academy Award predictions. As has been the case for the last few[...]

Jason Sudeikis continues to impress as a romantic lead with “Tumbledown”

Last spring, I had this to say about the recent turns of actor Jason Sudeikis while on the festival circuit: “I really love seeing an actor prove that they have another side to themselves, especially when it’s a comedic performer showing off their dramatic chops.” I went on to say[...]

The Coen Brothers are back with “Hail, Caesar!”

Just about every other year, more or less like clockwork, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen unleash another film on audiences across the world. Fans of their work will probably be delighted by Hail, Caesar!, which opens this weekend and really resembles some of the most overtly comedic work from the[...]

2016 Sundance Film Festival Award Winners include “The Birth of a Nation”

Though many were obviously keeping a close eye on the guild awards over the weekend, something else of note also went down. Yes, the Sundance Film Festival announced their awards for 2016. As a general rule, it helps to take some sort of prize from Sundance if you want to[...]

“Spotlight” takes the top prize from SAG to stay alive in the Oscar race

Over the weekend, the Screen Actors Guild Awards (or SAG, for those who don’t know) did their best provide both questions and answers in regards to the Oscar race. On the one hand, much of what we suspected to the the Academy’s likely favorites remains as such, but on the[...]
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