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Updated Academy Award predictions to start off 2019

Now that we’re in a whole new year, the Oscar nominations are getting closer and closer. As such, predictions will now be updated each week. The changes might not be major each time, but it’ll give you an idea of the evolving nature of the race. After all, it’s 2019[...]

“Rust Creek” is a lean and effectively tense thriller

Too often, filmmakers forget that less can be more. Luckily, the creative forces behind Rust Creek, a new thriller hitting theaters, they know this. Within the first ten minutes, the action and story are already set into motion. Independent cinema like this is always preferable to overly pretentious fare. This[...]

“Escape Room” is thoroughly a January release

One of my favorite activities is to go with a few friends and do an Escape the Room game. I’ve done them in multiple states across the country, and even done one in Dubai. They’re an absolute blast. So, despite the iffy Trailer and troubling release date, I was looking[...]

Kevin Smith completes his comeback from a heart attack with the official announcement of preproduction for “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot”

Sometimes good things happen to good people, especially after one of the worst things that can happen. For Kevin Smith, less than a year ago, he nearly died after suffering a massive heart attack. One sterling recovery later, coupled with some weight loss, Smith seems like a new man. Not[...]

“Glass” and “The Upside”: Films to see in January

I said it last year right around this time and I’ll say it again today. There’s no getting around it, this month is not one to get excited about at all, new release wise. January is usually a real dumping ground for films. That’s normally true, but if you try[...]

Katherine Waterston wanders through the mysterious “State Like Sleep”

There’s no wrong way to grieve. How one deals with the loss of a loved one is a deeply unique situation. Whatever path someone takes, that’s what is right for them. Unfortunately, the same can not be said about films dealing with grief. When done right, they’re devastatingly powerful. When[...]

“The Irishman” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”: 100 movies to look forward to in 2019

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to 2019! First of all, as always I want to wish every single one of you a very hearty and sincere Happy New Year. Hopefully you all had a fun and safe sendoff to the dumpster fire that was 2018. A whole new year is now[...]

“Green Book” – Viggo Mortensen: Hollywood Film Tribute

Today, we are recognizing “Green Book” and its star Viggo Mortensen. Our Hollywood Film Tributes recognize films and talent for their excellence in the art of filmmaking. A contender in Best Actor, Mortensen does some of the most entertaining work of his career in Peter Farrelly’s Green Book. For that, he’s[...]

The Best Films and Performances of 2018

Wow. We’ve gotten here, arguably against all odds. Just over 350 movies later (a record breaking number for yours truly), my year is complete. It’s now time to put a nice little bow on the cinematic gift that was 2018, ladies and gentlemen! As just mentioned, it was the year[...]

Updated Golden Globe predictions as December wraps up

Regardless of how much they correlate with the Academy Awards (or don’t), the Golden Globes are a precursor that a lot of attention is paid to. We talk about this each and every year. They don’t matter, and yet, they also really matter. Whether it’s testing out acceptance speeches for[...]
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