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    Awards Profile: Frances Lee’s ‘Ammonite’ from NEON

    Welcome to the 2020 Awards Profile series, where we talk about films coming to a theater near you in the coming year (at least at this time of writing). The series analyzes the films and their awards season potential, most notably for the Academy Awards, based on the talents attached, filmmakers involved, and story and […] More

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    2020 Oscar Circuit: Lead Actor

    Oscar Predictions: Welcome to our annual “Oscar Circuit” series – our deep dive look into each and every category that will be presented at the upcoming Academy Awards.  Each writer of AwardsCircuit.com will tackle a different category, offering up their own perspectives on those specific races. You can also see the official Oscar Predictions for that particular race by clicking […] More

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    2020 Oscar Circuit: Supporting Actor

    Oscar Predictions: Welcome to our annual “Oscar Circuit” series – our deep dive look into each and every category that will be presented at the upcoming Academy Awards.  Each writer of AwardsCircuit.com will tackle a different category, offering up their own perspectives on those specific races. You can also see the official Oscar Predictions for that particular race […] More

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    Circuit Consideration 2019: “Speechless” from ‘Aladdin’ (Best Original Song)

    Welcome to the 2019 CIRCUIT CONSIDERATIONS series. Highlighting the very best in film, acting, and technical achievements for the past 12 months that awards voters may need help remembering. Each day a different writer will make their plea for a specific film in a respective category. If you miss one, click the tag “Circuit Considerations 2019,” and […] More

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    Circuit Consideration 2019: Jonathan Majors for “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” (Best Supporting Actor)

    Welcome to the 2019 CIRCUIT CONSIDERATIONS series. Highlighting the very best in film, acting, and technical achievements for the past 12 months that awards voters may need help remembering. Each day a different writer will make their plea for a specific film in a respective category. If you miss one, click the tag “Circuit Considerations 2019,” and […] More

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    Awards: Will Oscar Embrace the End of the Skywalker Saga?

    In 1977, a phenomenon was born with the release of George Lucas’s “Star Wars.” It changed cinema forever, redefining a generation’s idea of good versus evil. With massive appeal and critical acclaim, the space epic landed ten Oscar nominations, including Best Picture. Since then, every new episode has received at least one Oscar nomination. So, with “Star Wars: […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Gemini Man’ Is a Promising Prototype for Revolutionary Film Technology

    Ang Lee is not a director to be beaten down by past failure. After “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” was met with an onslaught of negative press, Lee simply responded by carrying forward with his goal of radically altering the moviegoing experience. Thus “Gemini Man” was born after twenty years of developmental limbo. The frenetic […] More

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    Awards: Can ‘Aladdin’ Create Magic for the Academy?

    While Guy Ritchie’s live-action “Aladdin” recaptures the timeless magic of its brand, the question remains whether this $1 billion-dollar earner can work its magic on Academy voters. Although its robust global revenue is somewhat of a surprise considering it followed Tim Burton’s low-performing “Dumbo,” Jon Favreau’s “The Lion King” is and always was going to […] More

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