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    What’s On TV? – Wednesday (10/16/19) – Jessica Biel Is Back With “Limetown”

    Wednesdays are shaping up to be a night with a lot of variety. From NBC’s “Chicago” trifecta (“Chicago Med,” “Fire” and “P.D.”) to “Riverdale” to “Modern Family,” viewers can have their choice of a gritty drama, a teen drama, or a family sitcom. Tonight the list of choices get bigger as “Limetown” premieres on Facebook […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (04/10/18) – A Final Crop of Oscar Nominees

    This week, a few of the last 2017 releases that scored Oscar attention come to Blu-Ray and DVD. The main three movies of note today come from A-list filmmakers too, namely Paul Thomas Anderson, Ridley Scott, and Aaron Sorkin. That’s quite the prestige slate. As such, we can keep the chatter short and get right […] More

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    2017 Oscar Circuit: Best Adapted Screenplay

    Traditionally Best Adapted Screenplay bursts at the seams with prestige Best Picture nominees adapted from world renowned literature. This year, only one nominee possesses a corresponding Best Picture nomination. Instead, we’ve got an Italian set romance, a searing racial drama, a fast paced poker match, the story of the worst film ever made and a […] More

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    DGA Feature Film Nominations Announced

    The Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced their nominations for the 70th DGA Awards. Yesterday, the guild announced their selections for television and documentary. Today’s announcement was about feature films. The DGA is one of the most significant indicators of Academy Award nominations. This year’s feature film nominees include four first-time nominees, and one who […] More

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    Oscars: Guilds Give Gas to ‘The Big Sick,’ ‘Molly’s Game,’ and ‘I, Tonya’ as Academy Voting Opens

    The majors guild are announcing and now, only now, can you see the correlation between their nominations and what Oscar voters are thinking since they are littered with actual AMPAS members. With the Producers Guild of America, Writers Guild of America, and Art Directors Guild announcing in the last days, you can see where the love […] More

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    ‘Molly’s Game’ To Close AFI FEST 2017 With Gala Screening and Tribute

    Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, “Molly’s Game,” will close out AFI Fest 2017. The American Film Institute (AFI) will honor the Academy Award-winning writer and director with a moderated discussion of Sorkin’s work, followed by a gala premiere screening. “Molly’s Game” replaces Ridley Scott’s film “All The Money In The World” after star Kevin Spacey (“House of […] More

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    The Results Are in For MVFF40: See The List of Winners

    The Mill Valley Film Festival (MVFF40) ended its ten day run on Sunday, leaving us with a host of audience favorites and notable films to keep an eye on in the coming months. MVFF40 is a film festival presenting and honoring new films and their filmmakers from across the globe; each year the MVFF40 hosts […] More

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    New Studios on the Awards Block Hope to Score Oscar Love This Year

    What goes up must come down, as proven with the collapse of studio executive Harvey Weinstein.  With dozens of allegations coming in by the day, and his brother Bob struggling to keep The Weinstein Company afloat, we now take a moment to look at the new up and comers in the entertainment industry, namely in […] More

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