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    TV Review: ‘Prodigal Son’ Is The Heir Apparent To ‘Hannibal’

    From 2013 to 2015, there wasn’t a show on network television pushing more boundaries than Bryan Fuller’s “Hannibal.” The television adaption of Thomas Harris’s novels was a stylish examination of the serial killer genre. The core of “Hannibal” was the bond between the two main characters that kept bringing audiences back. But when the show […] More

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    Six Spot: Which 2006 Supporting Actor Saw Their Oscar Hopes Get ‘Departed’

    Welcome to the twenty-fourth entry in our Six Spot series. If we’re being honest, the Supporting Actor category often is the snooziest of the categories. Even when there are fantastic winners (Christopher Plummer for “Beginners,” Javier Bardem for “No Country for Old Men), they often come from lineups with real head scratching nominees (Nick Nolte […] More

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    Jon Hamm Cast as Gabriel in Neil Gaiman’s ‘Good Omens’

    “Good Omens” has secured another angel in the fight for humanity’s survival. Jon Hamm (“Baby Driver”) has boarded the Amazon Prime miniseries to play archangel Gabriel, the main messenger of God, in the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s novel of the same name. The series, which has already begun production, follows two unlikely […] More

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    Film Review: There’s Little To Root For In ‘Brad’s Status’

    What’s it like to compare your life to your friends? In the age of social media, we constantly do this. In many ways, we use others as benchmarks for our own lives and success. Yet, does this truly make us happy? Why must people base their happiness on being better than others they admire? Writer/director […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Home Again’ Is Pure Comfort Food Cinema

    Nancy Meyers has crafted her place as a very specific auteur in cinema. No, Michele Haneke and Terrence Malick shouldn’t watch their back. Meyers creates her own genre that’s a cross between HGTV and vintage Nora Ephron. For those well versed in Meyers granite plated filmography, “The Parent Trap” features two precocious twins – Hallie […] More

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    Michael Sheen, David Tennant Will Star in Neil Gaiman’s ‘Good Omens’

    “Good Omens” has found its angel and demon. According to Variety, Michael Sheen (“Masters of Sex”) and David Tennant (“Broadchurch”) will star in the Amazon adaptation of Neil Gamian and Terry Pratchett’s novel of the same name; Sheen will portray finicky angel Aziraphale, and Tennant will portray demon Crowley.  The religiously tinged fantasy novel is […] More

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    Top 10: Best Performances from a ‘Twilight’ Alum

    Few film franchises have endured more ire than the “Twilight” franchise. The first film was produced for a relatively small budget from Summit Entertainment in 2008. While met with middling reviews, it became a massive surprise hit amongst the younger crowds. From there, the sequels skyrocketed in box office, but took a nosedive in quality. […] More

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    2017 Awards Circuit In Line Series: 25 Actors for an Oscar Nomination

    Welcome to the official 2017 AWARDS CIRCUIT IN LINE SERIES! The Academy Awards get tons of flack for not rewarding actors and actresses in the prime of their careers. It often boils down to poor timing, but sometimes the Academy’s choices are downright baffling. Here at Awards Circuit, we will begin an annual tradition called […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Passengers’ Brings Romance to Deep Space Travel

    Getting lost in space has long been a staple of science fiction cinema. Whether alone or with a crew/family/stranger, the coldness of deep space is inherently thrilling. Now, when you factor in an unexpected romance, that gives something like “Passengers” a unique spin. Mixed with a “Cast Away” in a luxury hotel type setting, there’s […] More

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