Box Office Report For June 21-23                Review Round-Up: "The Command" and "Nightmare Cinema"                The Top 25 Best Adapted Screenplay Winners To Date                "Child's Play" Remakes Chucky For The Digital Age                Ranking Every Pixar Film To Date                The Top 25 Best Foreign Language Feature Winners To Date                Pixar Has Done It Again With "Toy Story 4"                Box Office Report For June 14-16                "Deep Murder" Mixes Comedy And Horror With Soft Core Porn                Updated Oscar Predictions For June                Disney Defrosts A New Trailer For "Frozen II"                "Men In Black International" Can't Escape A Generic Feel                The Top 25 Best Production Design Winners To Date                "Vault" Details A Very Unlikely Crime                Box Office Report For June 7-9        

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“Mary Poppins Returns” and “Once Upon a Deadpool”: Films to see in December

Believe it or not, tomorrow will be December 1st. Yes, we’re about to enter the final month of 2018. Crazy, right? As such, the final crop of movie releases will be hitting screens. The films coming out are a mix of big budget titles and Academy Award hopefuls, as it[...]

Review Round-Up: “Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer” and “The Mercy”

For this week’s review round-up, we have a pair of little films to discuss. They couldn’t be more different, save for the fact that they’re both opening on this rather light new release weekend. One is the animated holiday family flick Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer, while the other is a[...]

National Board of Review goes big for “Green Book” and “A Star Is Born”

Yesterday, hot on the heels of the Gotham Awards being handed out the night before, the National Board of Review has chimed in. With the New York Film Critics Circle also announcing tomorrow (updated now to include NYFCC at the bottom of the page), we’re full on into the precursor[...]

“Amazing Grace” pays tribute to Aretha Franklin

Any kind of film that’s been lost to the ages fascinates me. There are a few notorious ones, though most ultimately see the light of day before all is said and done. Up until recently, the 1972 concert documentary about Aretha Franklin, Amazing Grace, was thought to be under lock[...]

Could “Vice” be this year’s late breaking party crasher for awards season?

At this point in the year, it can sometimes feel like the Oscar contenders are set in stone, save for an unseen X factor or two. It all can come down to a few last minute films that seek to upend the awards season. Yesterday, I saw such a thing.[...]

A new update to Academy Award predictions for November

Howdy folks. Hopefully everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving feast and are recovering from Tryptophan overload. As a way to move on from Turkey Day (and distract from Black Friday shopping), I’ve got a whole new set of Oscar predictions to share with you! Yes, it’s that time once again. With precursors[...]

Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, and Rachel Weisz are a deliciously dark trio in “The Favourite”

Nobody is making movies these days quite like Yorgos Lanthimos is making. Throughout his career, he has been doing things in such a unique way, it doesn’t even compare. Alps, Dogtooth, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, The Lobster…these are specific films coming from a distinctive voice. This week, he[...]

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is a clever and winning sequel for Disney

A few years back, Wreck-It Ralph was a nice little change of pace for and from Disney. The non Pixar outings can sometimes be a step down, Frozen notwithstanding. So, that cartoon being as good as it was, that was a nice surprise. Now, today brings us the inevitable sequel,[...]

Alfonso Cuarón tells a deeply personal story with absolute precision in “Roma”

You rarely see such an intimate tale painted on such a large canvas. In telling a story based on his own youth, filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón has made an epic movie about the women in his life. If that sounds a bit unusual, once you see the movie, it all makes[...]

“Creed II” is an outstanding sequel and one of the year’s best films

Creed was a major surprise. Seriously. As much as I love the Rocky franchise, was there any reason to assume that what was essentially Rocky VII, just without a focus on the character we know and love, would be a success? Sure, it had an exciting young actor at the[...]
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