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Taking A Third Crack At Golden Globe Predictions

As October rolls along, the awards season is kicking into high gear, with most movies having screened, film festivals angling for voters, and a strong sense that the narratives for what will and won’t get nominated are starting. Right in the midst of that, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and[...]

“Parasite” Is A Perfect Film From A Master In Bong Joon Ho

Cinematic perfection doesn’t come around often. When it does, it’s essentially to take notice. Parasite, from top to bottom, is a perfect film. This goes beyond Academy Awards, for which the movie will be nominated for several (and likely win at least one), but to just the mastery at hand[...]

“Mister America” Never Finds The Laughs

There’s an acquired taste to the comedy of Tim Heidecker. The actor and comedian, primarily known for his work on the Adult Swim program Tim and Eric Awesome Show, has also ventured into films with efforts such as The Comedy. To call these items divisive would be an understatement. Now,[...]

Shia LaBeouf, Taron Egerton, Cynthia Erivo and Olivia Wilde to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards

Hollywood, CA (October 8, 2019) – The Hollywood Film Awards is proud to announce that multi-hyphenate, award-winning stars Shia LaBeouf, Taron Egerton, Cynthia Erivo and Olivia Wilde will be honored for their standout contributions to film this year at the 23rd Annual “Hollywood Film Awards.” LaBeouf (“Honey Boy”) will receive[...]

Lupita Nyong’o Helps Make “Little Monsters” A Lot Of Fun

Zombies just seem to go really well with genre mashups. A straight zombie movie? Sometimes, especially lately, that can feel lacking. It’s when the walking dead, as it were, are mixed with other cinematic elements, that the undead really sing. Little Monsters is another example of this, finding a mixture[...]

Updated Oscar Predictions For Early October

Believe it or not, nearly every single Academy Award hopeful has screened by now. Think about it for a second. Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman screened two weeks ago at the New York Film Festival. That left only Greta Gerwig’s Little Women, Todd Haynes’ Dark Waters, Tom Hooper’s Cats, Sam Mendes’[...]

Box Office Report For October 4-6

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, the first weekend in[...]

Review Round-Up: “Low Tide,” “Memory: The Origins of Alien,” And “Semper Fi”

By now, you all know the drill. When we have a busy week, article wise, when there isn’t enough space to get to everything hitting theaters, we use part of the weekend to catch up on reviews. Today, the round up has three titles to detail, which again represent a[...]

Eddie Murphy Does The Best Work Of His Career In “Dolemite Is My Name”

For Eddie Murphy, the last decade or so has been a barren one in terms of a cinematic output. On the one hand, that has robbed us of one of our greatest comedic actors. On the other, it has managed to make his “return” here with Dolemite Is My Name[...]

“Pain and Glory” Movingly Reunites Pedro Almodóvar And Antonio Banderas

Throughout his career, filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar has explored a number of ideas over and over again. His cinematic obsession has defined him, arguably fueling what makes him one of the greats. This week, the legend not only reunites his his longtime male muse Antonio Banderas, but turns his lens on[...]
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