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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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    2018 Oscar Circuit: Best Actor in a Leading Role

    Just like the lead singer in a band, a solid leading performance establishes a bar for a film. Whether it is soldier leading his brothers-in-arms into battle or a teacher inspiring a class full of under-served students, a leading performance gives the audience someone to root for. Someone to cheer on, or to look to […] More

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    Second Film Review: ‘Phantom Thread’ is the Embodiment of Style Over Substance

    Very few of my recent cinematic experiences have been as deeply unpleasant as that of watching Paul Thomas Anderson‘s “Phantom Thread.” Anderson long ago established himself as a filmmaker determined to showcase the most unlikable of characters. From the seedy porn industry of “Boogie Nights” to a private investigator’s client roll in “Inherent Vice,” he […] More

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    Top 10: Best Daniel Day-Lewis Performances in Honor of ‘Phantom Thread’

    Few actors are as committed or talented as Daniel Day-Lewis. The actor remains famous for his use of the method acting technique. Contemporaries, such as Jared Leto and Jim Carrey, have also explored this tactic, but to mixed results and plenty of on-set mishaps. However, Day-Lewis’ professionalism and skill set him apart from the rest. […] More

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    OSCARS: Anticipating the Tears for Best Actor Going Into the Winter Break

    With SAG voting firmly underway, Oscar voters are packing up for their getaways for the winter break.  Screeners are being piled up, and they look to dedicate some time to watch what they “hear is really good” and what’s going to be “in contention.” With Golden Globes, SAG, and Critics Choice announcing their nominations, pundits, […] More

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    Vancouver Film Critics Circle Names ‘Lady Bird’ Best Film of 2017

    The Vancouver Film Critics Circle also announced their 2017 award winners on Monday morning. They are part of a small number of critics groups that announce only the winners in each category, without runners up. This year, the group selected “Lady Bird” as Best Film, while recognizing Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis for their […] More

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    St. Louis Film Critics Association Announces Nominations, ‘The Shape of Water’ Leads

    The St. Louis Film Critics Association has announced their nominations for all categories. All of their announcements were made via Twitter. The StlFCA will announce their winners next Sunday, December 17, also via Twitter. “The Shape of Water” leads with 11 nominations. Some noteworthy inclusions are Kristen Stewart for “Personal Shopper,” and Denis Villeneuve for […] More

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    Toronto Film Critics Association Winners – Frances McDormand and Greta Gerwig Emerge Victorious

    The Toronto Film Critics Association announced their winners today as “The Florida Project” was their favorite film of the year, along with Willem Dafoe’s performance in Male Supporting Performance. The group also liked Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” quite a bit as it took home prizes for Director and Female Supporting Performance for Laurie Metcalf. Other […] More

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    Philadelphia Film Critics Winners – Woody Harrelson Picks Up His First Prize of the Season

    Philadelphia Film Critics announced their winners today where Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” topped the awards with four wins for Best Picture, Director, Script, and Directorial Debut. Woody Harrelson nabbed his first prize over co-star Sam Rockwell for “Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri” in Supporting Actor while Allison Janney took home Supporting Actress for her work […] More

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