“First Man” by Damien Chazelle: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy - Hollywood Film Tribute                Natalie Portman shines in the otherwise confounding "Vox Lux"                Golden Globe nominations announced! "Vice" leads the charge!                “Green Book” - Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali: Hollywood Film Tribute                "Mary Queen of Scots" can't live up to its royal lineage                "Ben Is Back" sees father and filmmaker Peter Hedges direct his son Lucas Hedges to a brilliant performance                Hollywood Film Tribute: GLENN CLOSE for her excellent performances                A final crack at Golden Globe nominations before Thursday's announcement                “Mary Poppins Returns” and “Once Upon a Deadpool”: Films to see in December                Review Round-Up: "Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer" and "The Mercy"                National Board of Review goes big for "Green Book" and "A Star Is Born"                "Amazing Grace" pays tribute to Aretha Franklin                Could "Vice" be this year's late breaking party crasher for awards season?                A new update to Academy Award predictions for November                Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, and Rachel Weisz are a deliciously dark trio in "The Favourite"        


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Joaquin Phoenix is unforgettable in the stylish “You Were Never Really Here”

Ever since the Cannes Film Festival last year, buzz has been building for Lynne Ramsay’s follow up to We Need to Talk About Kevin. The movie in question is You Were Never Really Here, and boy is it something. Opening this week, Ramsay has crafted something truly remarkable. Very much[...]

“Avengers: Infinity War” and “Disobedience”: Films to see in April

Welcome! Let me officially introduce you to the second quarter of 2018. Now that it’s April, we’re slowly moving out of the early year doldrums, though we’re not quite out of the woods just yet. April is sort of the splitting point. The blockbuster season is quickly approaching, while the[...]

“Annihilation” and “Black Panther”: The Best of the First Quarter of 2018

Ladies and gentlemen, as I seem to find myself saying around this point each and every single year…time really does fly. Believe it or not, we’re now a full three months into the 2018 movie calendar, which means we’re literally a quarter of the way through the film slate for[...]

Darren Aronofsky and Christopher Nolan: Filmmakers most overdue to win an Oscar

As I like to say when doing these sorts of articles, of the many storylines that begin during awards season, few are usually as compelling as the ones centered around who’s most due for an Academy Award. I think that it’s usually a pretty satisfying thing to see a former[...]

Steven Spielberg makes the ultimate fan film with the amazing “Ready Player One”

Anyone who read the novel Ready Player One knew that it both would make for a fun movie and also would be really hard to adapt. Jam packed with pop culture references and dense with callbacks, it could be overwhelming and one note in the wrong hands. Enter Steven Spielberg.[...]

“Gemini” is a compelling indie noir

Once a staple of Hollywood cinema, the film noir has seemingly become almost solely the realm of independent fare. Studio honchos just don’t fawn over them like they used to. You can argue about whether that’s a bad thing or not, but that’s just the way it is currently. The[...]

Spotlight on the Stars: Bruce Dern

Most of the time, when I look at a star, it tends to be a newfound A-lister or a young Hollywood hotshot. This time around, I want to turn my attention instead to a legend. For this article, it’s going to be one of the most unique actors that the[...]

“Deadpool 2” drops a hype worthy Trailer

Yesterday, the internet got a heaping new dose of everyone’s favorite merc with the mouth. Yes, a new Trailer for Deadpool 2 was dropped, giving us another comic book sequel to eagerly anticipate (after the Super Bowl spot earlier this year). The original, long in development, proved to be a[...]

“Isle of Dogs” is Wes Anderson’s best film yet

This may be heresy to some, but up until now, I haven’t been that big of a Wes Anderson fan. The way that he sees the world warms many a heart, but often leaves me cold. Then, this happened. Merging stop motion animation with canines, he has a real winner.[...]

Films to look out for at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

Lodged between the meat market of the Sundance Film Festival every January and the prestige of the Cannes Film Festival every May, the Tribeca Film Festival is an odd duck. Each and every April for the last 16 years, Tribeca has showcased a wife variety of (mostly) independent movies, many[...]
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