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    WATCH: First Trailer for the World War I Epic ‘1917’ from Oscar Winner Sam Mendes and Universal Pictures

    Reigning Best Picture studio champion Universal Pictures (“Green Book”) has released the new trailer for the epic war drama “1917” from Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (“American Beauty”). The World War I epic takes place at the height of the devastating era.  Two young British soldiers Schofield (played by George McKay) and Blake (played by […] More

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    Pop Circuit: ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ Returns – Can It Contend Outside the 2019 Animated Feature Race?

    When cinephiles look back over the past decade of animation, the “How to Train Your Dragon” franchise might be a high point for the medium. The emergence of LAIKA and GKIDS, as well as the continued domination of Disney/Pixar will be discussed, but the Dreamworks “Dragon” films stand out. The first likely would have won Animated Feature […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Light Between Oceans’ has class but falters the message of love

    A film full of class, and one of the most aesthetically beautiful films to grace the screens this year, Derek Cianfrance’s “The Light Between Oceans” manages some tender and enchanting moments.  With that said, it stumbles and falters in certain executions of character motivation and generic story structure.  Cianfrance has performed remarkably well in his other […] More

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    2016 Oscar Circuit Guide: Award Hopefuls Debuting at Venice, TIFF, and NYFF

    The Oscar season will officially be underway this week with the start of the biggest festivals of the fall. Over the next four weeks we will venture off into the Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival and New York Film Festival. This is a preview of the fall festivals and what […] More

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    OSCARS: How close are we to an animated Best Picture winner?

    Like many who grew up during the Disney Renaissance, I have long believed that Animated Films can be just as important as your run of the mill dramas. I also believe that films like “Big Hero 6” or “How to Train Your Dragon” can be more impactful for young filmmakers than “oscar bait.” Animation teaches […] More

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    Top 10: Best Animated Sequels To Date

    The art of the sequel is hard to perfect, as we’ve seen already countless times this summer. The temptation to revisit tried and true characters is sometimes too great and many times studios want to strike while the iron is hot and end up rushing a sequel without a strong story. Only rarely is there […] More

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    Oscar Updates Continue with Screenplays, Animated Feature, and Production Design

    Oscar Predictions continue here and with the acting categories getting the updates last week, I thought it was time to start breaking down the “non-major” categories in groups.  Honestly, these are some of the more exciting races because the technical merits of films this year have been the most astounding and have made this year […] More

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    Enjoy all the family fun of “Turbo” on Blu-ray November 12!

    Details below. LOS ANGELES, CA – Laugh it up with the visually stunning, heartfelt comedy-adventure for fans of all ages this holiday season! “Fresh, fast and funny” (Lou Lumenick, New York Post) and garnering four stars from Shawn Edwards with Fox TV, DreamWorks Animation’s TURBO has been hailed by critics as “pure family fun” (Jeff Craig, Sixty Second Preview) […] More

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