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    Top 10: Award-Winning June Releases (0 submissions)

    The month of June is not one that you traditionally associate with award-winning releases. Instead, it’s far more thought of as summer blockbuster time. However, there are more June releases to review major awards attention than you might have expected, including two Best Picture winners at the Oscars. Today, we pay tribute to some of […] More

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    Top 10: War Movies Currently Streaming

    Originally started to honor those lost while fighting in the Civil War, Memorial Day has evolved to commemorate all who have sacrificed their lives in all wars, from WWI to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The film industry has always been fascinated by war, and many movies tell the story of countless heroes and […] More

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    Top 10: Best War Movies Ever Made

    War is a constant throughout human history, but very little of the population actually participates. For most, silver screen depictions are as close as they will ever get to the horrors of battle. It is no wonder, then, that people discuss war movies with words and phrases such as, “raw” and “like being there.” War […] 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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    John Boyega Heads to Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit Race Riot Drama

    Newly minted “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star John Boyega is heading to Kathryn Bigelow‘s latest film about the Detroit race riots of 1967. Details about the film, including its title, are relatively unknown. Up until now, the cast was also unknown. The Hollywood Reporter notes that the cast is being touted as an ensemble, […] More

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    Good Reads: “The Hurt Locker” & “Precious”

    Welcome to Good Reads, where we look into what makes the screenplay winners Oscar worthy – every detail the writer leaves feeds into the drama. The 2010s are done and dusted, find them here under the tag. Now we’re onto two surprises from 2009. Next week, Slumdog Millionaire – adapted winner based on a fictional […] More

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    Circuit 3 A-Z: Films That Begin With the Letter ‘H’

    How do you follow up ranking films that begin with the letter G when so many of the greatest films of all time begin with that letter? Trick question, yo! You follow it with films that begin with the letter H, duh. While this week doesn’t offer quite the bounty of choices that last week gave […] More

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    TIFF: Do ppl luv or h8 Men, Women & Children?

    Much like the insta-tweet reactions from last weekend’s Telluride, Awards Circuit brings you more insta-tweet reactions from the Toronto International Film Festival.  Toronto is often a very important place for Oscar-winning films to screen, as evidenced by recent Best Picture champs 12 Years a Slave, Argo, The Artist, The King’s Speech, The Hurt Locker, Slumdog […] 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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