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    Six Circuit: Which 2010 Adapted Screenplay Got Disconnected From ‘The Social Network’?

    Welcome to the thirtieth entry in our Six Circuit series. Another category cycle has begun. We are back with an Adapted Screenplay race. Often films earn their only nominations through the screenplay categories. However, the 2010 Adapted Screenplay race was filled completely with Best Picture nominees. This year marks the second year with a ten-wide […] More

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    Top 10: Best Book-to-Movie Adaptations of the Millennium

    The book was better than the movie. It’s an adage that has become only more prevalent as time wears on. Literature has been a fertile ground for stories for film since the dawn of the medium. In many ways, book adaptations never used to be seen as mere cash grabs. One need not look further […] More

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    Good Reads: “The King’s Speech” & “The Social Network”

    Welcome to Good Reads, where we look into what makes the screenplay winners Oscar worthy. We’re polishing off the half-decade now with a controversial Best Picture winner and the screenplay that will probably remain the finest of the 2010s. Here’s a list of the other articles written so far if you’d like to catchup: 2014 […] More

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    Circuit 3: College Films

    Today kicks off the annual tradition of March Madness, one of the biggest events in collegiate sports. While I – like so many others – have undefeated Kentucky predicted to win it all in my pool, there always comes a bit of unpredictability with the famed college basketball tournament, so I’m hoping for a few […] 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 Films of David Fincher

    I wanted to give us all the weekend to see David Fincher’s latest film, the adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, before making the auteur the subject of a Circuit 3. Hopefully by now you have all had the chance to go out and see the movie, as it is one of the best of […] 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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    RUMOR: David Fincher to Reunite with Aaron Sorkin for Steve Jobs biopic

    This is obviously just a rumor right now, but man is it a juicy one. Apparently, the award winning writer/director team from The Social Network could be working together again soon. Some outlets have begun to report that David Fincher is at the very least meeting with Sony about directing Aaron Sorkin‘s script for the […] More

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    Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 71: Golden Globe Comedies, Star Wars, and Double Nominees

    http://www.awardscircuit.com/podcast/ph_11_3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download () | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreWelcome to another edition of the Awards Circuit Power Hour, our weekly podcast diving deep into all things film, television, and entertainment. We’re back this week with some in-depth discussion on the Oscar race […] More

  • Why ‘Lincoln’ Can Still Win Picture…

    While Zero Dark Thirty, admittedly a brilliant, troubling film, has taken two of the major Best Picture and Best Director Awards, I am still a firm believer that Lincoln will take the Academy Award for Best Picture. Steven Spielberg I am less sure about, though the members of the Academy will acknowledge that his brilliant […] More

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