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Final Academy Award Predictions Before The 91st Oscars!

Fri, Feb 22 2019


Time is up, ladies and gentlemen. Pencils down. Turn in your answers. The Academy Awards are on Sunday night, so this is truly the final moments for predictions. The Oscar telecast is going to be one for the history books, for better or worse. In terms of the films though, whatever wins the top prize will be shattering some form of a reco ... READ MORE
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A New Trailer For “Rocketman” Blasts Off

Fri, Feb 22 2019


As we finish of this awards season on Sunday night, the next wave of potential Oscar contenders are already beginning to tease themselves. One of the possible players even has a director who factored heavily into one of the current Best Picture nominees. It’s Rocketman, the hotly anticipated Elton John biopic. Dexter Fletcher is at ... READ MORE
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“Eighth Grade” vs “First Reformed” vs “If Beale Street Could Talk”: Final Independent Spirit Award Predictions

Thu, Feb 21 2019


On Saturday, following tradition, the final show before the Oscars will go down, which of course will be the Film Independent Spirit Awards. Long known as the hipper compliment to the Academy Awards, this is the last stop before the season officially ends on Sunday night. Despite the presence of many Oscar nominees in the lineup, this can ... READ MORE
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“Wrestle” Is An Engrossing Documentary About Poverty, Sports, And More

Thu, Feb 21 2019


In 1994, a documentary called Hoop Dreams set the standard by which almost all sports related documentaries set in High School. The way Steve James captured the hopes of student athletes who saw basketball as a way out of their poverty stricken existence was uncanny. Now, this week brings another doc that can boast the same thing. It̵ ... READ MORE
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Breaking Down The Most Up In The Air Best Picture Race Ever

Wed, Feb 20 2019


Too often, it seems like we head into Oscar night with a ton of races already wrapped up. This year, that’s decidedly not the case. A ton of the 24 Academy Award categories are still up for grabs, but notably, we still don’t have a clear view of the Best Picture field. Sure, we have a frontrunner, but it would be a history mak ... READ MORE
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“Hearts Beat Loud” – Kiersey Clemons, Brett Haley, and Nick Offerman: Hollywood Film Tribute

Wed, Feb 20 2019


Today we are recognizing Hearts Beat Loud, as well as co-writer/director Brett Haley, plus co-stars Kiersey Clemons and Nick Offerman. Our Hollywood Film Tributes recognize films and talent for their excellence in the art of filmmaking.

In a more just and fair world, Hearts Beat Loud would have at least one Academy Award nomination ... READ MORE
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What Can We Learn From An Academy Member’s Ballot?

Tue, Feb 19 2019


Ballots for the 91st Academy Awards are due in just a few short hours. On Sunday night, the Oscars will be handed out in all their glory, despite how mangled the telecast may end up. As voters are turning in their ballots, I wanted to share what one anonymous Oscar voter was choosing as their picks. One ballot obviously doesn’t tell ... READ MORE
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Could We Be In Line For The Worst Oscar Telecast Ever?

Tue, Feb 19 2019


It gives me no pleasure to write this, but as voting for the 2019 Academy Awards ends today, the actual upcoming ceremony may end up being unwatchable. Every change that the powers that be have instituted, hoping to drum up a bigger audience, has instead only alienated those who actually love the show and tune in to the Oscar telecast rel ... READ MORE
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WGA Shocks With Wins For “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” And “Eighth Grade”

Mon, Feb 18 2019


Sunday night brought the next precursor to our door in the Writers Guild of America. The WGA Awards were given out right as the Academy Awards loom a week away. With the Oscar categories of Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Screenplay far from locked up, this was an opportunity for voters to make a statement about those races. Or, ... READ MORE
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“Won’t You Be My Neighbor” – Morgan Neville: Hollywood Film Tribute

Mon, Feb 18 2019


Today we are recognizing Won’t You Be My Neighbor, as well as director Morgan Neville. Our Hollywood Film Tributes recognize films and talent for their excellence in the art of filmmaking.

One of the biggest injustices when the Academy Awards were announced was the fact that this film was snubbed in Best Documentary Features. ... READ MORE
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