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    Circuit Q&A – What If Next Year’s Oscars Come From 2020’s Releases So Far?

    **Circuit Q&A’s are our daily community question, posed to the readers of AwardsCircuit that cover various topics from film and television to general wonderings and for instances.** The longer this coronavirus pandemic goes on, the more the film industry will continue to be impacted. Independent movies are going straight to VOD, bigger flicks are delaying […] More

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    New Blu-ray/DVD Releases (03/24/20) – ‘1917’ Brings War Home

    This week, Sam Mendes vividly brings World War I to life with “1917,” one of 2019’s biggest movies. It easily highlights the slate hitting shelves today. Read on for more, including a special opportunity to see some very recent releases in the comfort of your own home. PICK OF THE WEEK “1917” The most widely […] More

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    Film Review: Ben Affleck Stirringly Channels Demons in ‘The Way Back’

    Sometimes, a role comes around at just the right time. For Ben Affleck, opting to take the lead in “The Way Back” is not merely a situation where he chose strong material. This deeply emotional and gripping sports drama is also a form of therapy for the actor. Having gone public about his struggles with […] More

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    Top 10: Ben Affleck Performances

    Over the years, Ben Affleck has consistently been undersold as an actor. Sure, his writing and directing have been feted, receiving widespread acclaim and awards attention. Still, Oscar glory has evaded him in front of the camera. Today, we want to remind you all that he’s an underrated actor, one capable of acing both comedic […] More

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    WATCH: Second Trailer Released For ‘The Way Back,’ Starring Ben Affleck

    Warner Bros Pictures has released the second full-length trailer for “The Way Back,” an upcoming sports drama starring Academy Award winner Ben Affleck. The film is directed by Gavin O’Connor, who helmed the films “The Accountant” and the much-liked feature film, “Warrior,” which starred Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton. Jack Cunningham (Ben Affleck) once had […] More

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    Sundance Review: ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ Is a Misfire

    2020 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: There is almost always a highly anticipated festival title that fails to live up to expectations. Few would have expected this year’s disappointment to come from director Dee Rees. A follow up to quadruple Oscar nominee “Mudbound,” Rees’ thriller, “The Last Thing He Wanted” is a confusing melange of half-baked plots […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: Your Favorite Directing Oscar Winner Who Lost Best Picture?

    Today marks 72 years since the release of the brilliant “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre,” a classic neo-western that saw John Huston take home the Oscar for Best Director. However despite this victory, along with a Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor win, Huston’s 1948 classic starring Humphrey Bogart lost out in Best Picture […] More

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    Adam Driver In Talks to Join Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’

    Academy Award nominee Adam Driver is in talks to play a role in Ridley Scott’s “The Last Duel,” according to a Variety exclusive. Driver, who can be seen in J.J. Abrams’ “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” this December, joins Scott’s feature, which is yet to be greenlit by Disney and Fox. Sources tell Variety […] More

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    Top 10: Best Performances In Kevin Smith Films

    Throughout the filmography of Kevin Smith, his work has been littered with underrated performances. In honor of his most recent outing “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot,” which we reviewed last week, we’re going to be looking at some of the acting turns that most made his dialogue soar throughout the years. Smith has always been […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Jay And Silent Bob Reboot’ For Kevin Smith

    Stoner heroes Jay and Silent Bob are among the least likely characters to become leads in two meta films. After all, they started life as side characters in Kevin Smith‘s debut “Clerks” 25 years ago. Now, almost two full decades after taking center stage in “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” they have returned. “Jay […] More

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