“Sorry To Bother You” – Boots Riley, Lakeith Stanfield, and Tessa Thompson: Hollywood Film Tribute                Box Office Report for January 18-20                Producers Guild Award Goes To "Green Book"                “A Quiet Place” – Emily Blunt and John Krasinski: Hollywood Film Tribute                "Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened" Is A Fascinating Documentary About A Fascinating Disaster                Final Academy Award Predictions Before The Nominees Are Announced                "The Standoff At Sparrow Creek" Is A Claustrophobic And Compelling Mystery                Less Than Acceptable Pacing Dooms "An Acceptable Loss"                “Ben Is Back” – Lucas Hedges, Peter Hedges, and Julia Roberts: Hollywood Film Tribute                "All These Small Moments" Contains A Big Supporting Turn From Harley Quinn Smith                Trailer for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" Sends Peter Parker On An International Adventure!                M. Night Shyamalan Can't Find The Clarity In "Glass"                "Adult Life Skills" Is A Charmingly Quirky Comedy                Oscar Ballots Are Due: Which Films Are Most Likely To Lead The Academy Award Nominations This Year?                Do the Golden Globes and the Oscars act like mobsters?        

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Black Panther, Incredibles 2 to Receive Hollywood Film Awards

dick clark productions announced today that Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther will receive this year’s “Hollywood Film Award,” and Pixar Animation Studios’ Incredibles 2 will receive the “Hollywood Animation Award” at the 22nd Annual “Hollywood Film Awards,” taking place on Sunday, November 4 at The Beverly Hilton. Both films received wide[...]

“Boy Erased” has Joel Edgerton stretching himself as a prestige filmmaker

In short order, Joel Edgerton has gone from a solid actor to a multi hyphenate with a lot to say. His directorial debut was a nifty genre effort, but for his sophomore feature, he’s gone way up in ambition. Opening this week, Boy Erased is a prestige drama with Academy[...]

Rami Malek does his best to elevate “Bohemian Rhapsody” from being a standard biopic

We live in an era where the biopic has undergone an evolution. No longer is a garden variety look at a celebrity’s life acceptable as pure Oscar bait. More often, a nuanced take is the norm. Especially with awards season contenders, films will look in on someone’s life during a[...]

What to do with “First Man”: Updated Academy Award predictions for late October

As we wrap up the month of October, it’s clear that much is still undecided in the Oscar race. At the same time, some definite frontrunners have emerged. For today, my thoughts mainly turn to Damien Chazelle’s First Man and what to do with its awards candidacy. In light of[...]

BELIEVER and Dan Reynolds To Receive Hollywood Film Awards

dick clark productions announced today that the 22nd Annual “Hollywood Film Awards” will bestow the “Hollywood Documentary Award” to Live Nation Productions’ Believer, the story of Imagine Dragons’ frontman Dan Reynolds as he comes to a crossroads when he witnesses fellow members of the Mormon church spurned due to their[...]

Taking a look at the Best Animated Feature race

Today, for the next installment of my weekly category by category contender rundown, I’m continuing to explore the pseudo below the line categories. Yes, I’ve gone beyond those big eight categories and am now looking at one of the in between ones…namely the Best Animated Feature race. In a welcome[...]

“Suspiria” is a very different sort of horror remake

Two weeks in a row of classic horror films being remade, or at least a franchise being looked at with fresh eyes? We must be in late October. Hot on the heels of Halloween managing to give the Michael Myers series a worthwhile return from the indie mind of David[...]

Taking a look at potential Best Foreign Language Feature contenders

Well, ahoy there folks! For the next installment of my still ongoing category/contender rundown (which I haven’t forgotten about), I’m moving on again from the big eight categories and taking a look now at one of the in betweens, or as I call them “mini-majors”, which happens this time to[...]

Can we learn anything about this year’s Oscar race from the Gotham nominations?

Late last week, the 18th annual Gotham Awards announced their nominees. Presented by the Independent Film Project, the Gotham Awards mark the start of the precursor season each year. Though hardly the most important word in who and what are nominated for Academy Awards, at this early junction, any citation[...]

“What They Had” finds welcome humor in a tragic setting

The more tragic yet intimate a story, the more you, as an audience member, hope for a personal touch in order to ground things in a relatable way. It just feels right to have that, as opposed to something fantastical and out there. There’s a personal touch that’s found all[...]
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