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    TV Review: ‘Fleabag’ Delivers an Equally Magnificent Season Two

    Avoiding the sophomore slump is no small feat. It’s a point of concern, always, for fans and creatives alike. But there are some who rise to the challenge to not only meet expectations but subvert them all together. After “Fleabag” delivered a near perfect first season, the stakes and expectations could not be higher for […] More

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    Six Spot: Supporting Actress 2017

    All hail the return of Six Spot! We’re back analyzing who came closest to an Oscar nomination in any given category, in any given year, but fell just shy of the nabbing a coveted spot. In short, who came in sixth place? We’re starting with the freshest wound that still hasn’t healed, the 2017 Best Supporting Actress race. […] More

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    WATCH: Alicia Vikander Journeys Into the Unknown in New ‘Tomb Raider’ Trailer

    Lara Croft is back. The new Warner Bros. and MGM “Tomb Raider” reboot just released another trailer for the upcoming film, featuring Alicia Vikander (“Ex Machina”) kicking ass on her quest to find out what happened to her father. Watch the trailer below. The reboot is an origin story of the famous tomb raider, who […] More

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    Gary Oldman Reacts to His SAG Nomination

    Fresh off of his first Golden Globe nomination, Gary Oldman added a SAG Award nomination to his collection. The actor stars as Winston Churchill in the new film, “Darkest Hour,” from Focus Features. “Darkest Hour” tells the story of Churchill’s first weeks as England’s Prime Minister. In the midst of political unrest, and with Hitler’s […] 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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    OSCARS: Looking at the Supporting Actress Race Without a Frontrunner

    2017 OSCAR CIRCUIT: We’re a second away from the month of November, where the precursors will kick off at the end of the month.  Thanksgiving will roll around, likely with big screenings, hot after the close of the AFI festival in Los Angeles.  It would be a good idea to actually break down a race […] More

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    Middleburg Film Review: ‘Darkest Hour’ Is a Compelling Portrait of Leadership

    2017 MIDDLEBURG FILM FESTIVAL: As a politically charged, historical piece of filmmaking, it’ll be difficult to find a better example than Joe Wright‘s fiery “Darkest Hour.”  Boasting possibly one of the all-time great performances from Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, the film exhibits a rare intelligence of showing a reenactment of true events blended brilliantly […] More

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    WATCH: Gary Oldman Faces War at Home and Abroad in New ‘Darkest Hour’ Trailer

    Focus Features released a new trailer for the highly anticipated “Darkest Hour.” Gary Oldman stars as the embattled Winston Churchill, facing mutinous countrymen while the war in Europe stretches toward Britain’s shore. Oldman’s performance as the legendary world leader has put him front and center in the Oscar conversation. He received his first nomination in […] More

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    2017 Golden Globe Predictions: British History and a Strong Pool for Comedies?

    Living as a website that focuses on Oscar Predictions, to ensure you are presenting the best “guesses” on what could be chosen by the Academy, you have to look at the awards season as a whole. As Telluride and TIFF sit firmly behind us, and the New York Film Festival heats up with big premieres […] More

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    OSCARS: What Telluride and Venice Provided to the Oscar Race

    The Telluride Film Festival is officially behind us and believe it or not, the Oscar season is underway.  It wasn’t just Telluride that launched Oscar hopefuls as the Venice Film Festival also weighed in with their own high-profile kickstarts. One of the most surprising films to leap into the Best Picture race is “Battle of […] More

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