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The Top 25: Best Original Song Winners

In times like this, distractions are important. So, continuing on with this weekly series (or twice weekly in a few instances) I’m doing here at the site, we’re talking the top 25 Oscar winners in just about every single one of the Academy Award categories out there for us to[...]

“The Postcard Killings” Needs To Be Returned To Sender

There was a time when a serial killer film, based on a novel written in part by James Patterson, would be a hot commodity in Hollywood. In fact, at one point, The Postcard Killers (the novel’s original name) had no less than famed cinematographer Janusz Kamiński signed to direct, after[...]

Box Office Report For March 13-15

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. Of course, this week, we have[...]

“The Batman” Is The Latest In Production Film To Halt Production Due To Coronavirus

Hopefully these updates slow down, but at the moment, each and every single day brings something new to report, in terms of the Coronavirus spread affecting Hollywood. Today, it’s the news that Matt Reeves’ The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne/The Caped Crusader, has halted production (how quickly times[...]

Updated Advance Predictions For March!

Happy Birthday to me! What better way to celebrate being a 33 year old Oscar prognosticator than to updated predictions on the big day? Plus, with so many film related items being about cancelations and delays (with more surely to come), this is a welcome, if momentary, moment of something[...]

“The Dog Doc” Gives Hope To Animal Lovers

Anyone with a pet knows how intensely painful it is to see them suffer and not know how to help. For many, a trip to the veterinarian ultimately ends in a sad goodbye. The new documentary, The Dog Doc, looks at a vet trying a new way to save our[...]

The Tribeca Film Festival And “Mulan” Among The Latest Coronavirus Postponements

Another update to share. Not only has Disneyland opted to close its doors for only the fourth time in history, as well as the NCAA college basketball tournament not being held in March, along with a push of the Antlers and Mulan release dates (plus The New Mutants, which seems[...]

Coronavirus Fears Lead To “F9,” “The Lovebirds,” “A Quiet Place 2” And More Delaying Release

Another day, another spat of events and films being canceled/delayed/postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The most recent items include the NHL season being postponed, with baseball’s Opening Day next in line. We’ve also now seen Hollywood move to avoid opening their biggest titles right now, for fear that both[...]

“Big Time Adolescence” Zigs Where Other Coming Of Age Stories Would Zag

Growing up is about learning from your mistakes. Part of that process is, of course, making those mistakes in the first place. The new movie Big Time Adolescence leans into this aspect of the coming of age story with a surprising amount of effectiveness. On the surface, this Sundance Film[...]

Pixar Tackles The Meaning Of Life With The Trailer For “Soul”

The bigger the swing that Pixar takes, creatively, the greater the reward audience members tend to be in store for. In June, the animation giant seems poised to release one of its riskier titles to date, immediately making it a must see for those who appreciate when they move off[...]