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    Top 10: Sound Editing Nominees of the 2010s

    The distinction between Sound Editing and Sound Mixing has always been a headache for some awards pundits. (Editing collects and creates the sounds needed; Mixing combines them together) But there’s no denying the importance sound design has in a film. If the sound effects aren’t convincing enough, it can break the immersion of the film […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: What Is Your Favorite Sandra Bullock Performance?

    Besides her acting, Sandra Bullock is best known as one of America’s sweethearts. Her winsome public persona has won people’s hearts since the 1990s. In addition, she’s quite adept at handling both comedy and drama. To celebrate her birthday, we’ll be acknowledging her versatile acting talents. Bullock first rose to prominence in “Demolition Man” back in […] More

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    Community: What are the Ten Best Films of the Century?

    On social media platforms, critics and movie-goers are constructing their list of the best films of the century for BBC.  With sixteen years into the 2000’s, I thought I could weigh in with my own personal list, while inviting our readership to include their own. This will all break into our long-standing argument among the […] More

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    Gael García Bernal Will be Zorro in Jonás Cuarón’s ‘Z’

    Gael García Bernal will play the iconic role of Zorro in Jonás Cuarón‘s modern take on the character in “Z,” it was announced today. Deadline, the first to report the news, says that the film is “set in the near future” and “re-imagines the classic legend based on the beloved masked swashbuckler.” Back in February it […] More

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    Sam Mendes to Preside Over Venice Film Festival Jury

    Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes has been tapped to preside over the jury for the 73rd Venice Film Festival, it was announced today. Mendes, who won best director for his 1999 film “American Beauty,” was chosen by the Biennale di Venezia board of directors on recommendation by Festival Director Alberto Barbera. His duties will include […] More

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    Circuit 3: The Best Sci-Fi Films Since 2000

    This weekend, the highly anticipated sci-fi thriller, Ex Machina, arrives in my neck of the woods. A sci-fi junkie from birth, I – along with many of you out there, I’m sure – have really been looking forward to seeing Alex Garland’s trippy looking flick. Since we already ranked our favorite/best sci-fi films ever made, […] More

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    Circuit 3: Best of the Decade… So Far

    It’s hard to believe, but we are already halfway through the decade. It seems like just yesterday I was naming The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001-2003), No Country for Old Men (2007), and There Will Be Blood (2007) my three best films of the aughts. Obviously, there is a lot to choose from. Looking […] More

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    Circuit 3: The Best Films Since 2008

    Back in 2000, I put together my very first top 100 films of all time list after a rather exhausting and extensive two year period of watching just over 1000 films to bulk up my already solid film base. I started from A and worked my way to Z, watching films spanning from 1915 to the […] More

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    The Golden Trailer Awards honor ‘Gravity’ with Best in Show

    Yes, they have awards for everything these days, including trailers for movies and the like. This award is called the Golden Trailer (with this being the 15th Annual Golden Trailer awards) and they just announced their winners, with Gravity taking the Best in Show prize. The film took a heaping 15 awards in total, making […] More

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    ‘Divergent’ Proves Females Kick Ass on Screen, and the Box-Office

    Lions Gate’s latest potential franchise, Divergent, debuted at the box-office over the weekend with $56 million dollars. The film is based on Veronica Roth’s dystopian/Young Adult novel of the same name and stars Shailene Woodley. What does this say about the possible franchise? What Cate Blanchett pointed out earlier this month – movies with female leads […] More

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