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Berlin International Film Festival: “Death Of Nintendo” Is A Colorful Coming Of Age Story

A little bit of the Berlinale is here at Hollywood News today, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, I’ve got a Berlin International Film Festival review to file. It’s for Death of Nintendo, a coming of age period piece, even if the period being discussed is the recent past, specifically the 90’s.[...]

Box Office Report For February 21-23

Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, we have a small[...]

Listen To The New Episode Of The Hollywood News® Podcast!

LISTEN TO ALL OUR HOLLYWOOD NEWS PODCASTS Happy Saturday! We’re just taking an opportunity to give another of our friendly reminders about the podcast here at Hollywood News. Easy to enjoy in short bursts, as the episodes are only about ten minutes long, we have plenty of Academy Award coverage,[...]

“The Last Thing He Wanted” Inexplicably Goes Far Off The Rails

There has to be an explanation for what went wrong here. How does a project, co-written and directed by Dee Rees, her follow up to the Academy Award nominated Mudbound, fall so far off the rails? Rees not only once again had the supporting of Netflix, but was adapting the[...]

Year In Advance Predictions: Netflix Again Out In Front Early?

Year in advance Academy Award predictions are a tricky thing. On the one hand, who doesn’t like to be right with their picks a full twelve months in advance? On the other hand, it’s almost impossible to be right. Especially over the last handful of years, the top prizes have[...]

What Does The “Parasite” Win Mean For The Future Of The Academy Awards?

No Best Picture win could mean more to the future of the Academy than our most recent one. It wasn’t just an historic victory for Parasite, it was one that could mean something major for Oscar going forward. It’s almost as if voters listened to filmmaker Bong Joon Ho as[...]

The Top 25: Best Cinematography Winners

It’s that time again! Yes folks, welcome back to another recurring series of mine. Which one is this? Well, the title of the piece is kind of self explanatory. However, I’ll reiterate what I’ve previously said before, in case you’re new to it: for this weekly series I’m going to[...]

“The Night Clerk” Makes Menial Use Of Ana De Armas And Tye Sheridan

High art and low art is at war with itself in The Night Clerk, a thriller with aims to be something more. At times, this independent film offers up an intriguing look at an unusual protagonist. At other points, however, it falls victim to cheesy B movie tropes, torpedoing its[...]

Spotlight On The Stars: The Impractical Jokers

I don’t watch a lot of television. Seeing well over 300 movies a year will do that to you, as you might imagine. However, when I do opt for TV over a film, it’s almost always something silly to just sit back and enjoy. One of the few programs I[...]

The Best Oscar Winners Of The Decade

With not just the 92nd Academy Awards in the rearview mirror, but a whole decade’s worth of cinema, I wanted to do something fun today. As we move on to a whole new year/decade, why not rank the decade’s Oscar winners? We’ll be starting back up soon with the series[...]