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Charlie Chan: "Hollywood Is Famous Furnisher of Mysteries"

The current uproar over the lack of African American representation in Oscar nominees is not a new phenomenon nor is it limited to the African American community. 505 more words

Movies & Movie Stars

British Film Awards Lack Diversity, Chief Says

The head of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) said the awards don’t feature enough minorities, blaming the film industry for a lack of diverse roles. 183 more words

Pubdesk

Review: The Revenant, 2016

Brutal. Breathtaking. Beautiful; and that bear though…
Leo as, the decidedly unbreakable, ‘Hugh Glass’, is the ultimate mountain-man; a fur-trapper who (quite literally) drags his ravaged body back from the dead; he braves the elements on an epic journey to avenge the death of his son (who was murdered by Tom Hardy’s unscrupulous ‘John Fitzgerald’), surviving on skill and mostly strength of will. 271 more words

Film

Oscars - Best Picture Winner #49

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#49 – Rocky (1976)

Yo Adrian!

Written by Sylvester himself! This low budget film follows Rocky, a Philadelphian boxer as he goes from shit stain to fighting the best boxer in the country and falling in love with Adrian, his friend’s sister. 348 more words

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Oscars - Best Picture Winner #48

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#48 – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

Nurse Ratched, one of the frostiest evil bitches in the game!

This film follows Mac (Nicholson) as he arrives at a mental ward after being transferred from prison. 641 more words

Film

Oscars - Best Picture Winner #47

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#47 – The Godfather II (1974)

The only sequel to win the Oscar for Best Picture with the prequel winning also. 328 more words

Film

Oscars - Best Picture Winner #46

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#46 – The Sting (1973)

What’s with the early 70’s winners all about crime and gangs? HMMM…
This film follows Robert Redford who is a small time con wanting to do the BIG con in the mid-30’s. 293 more words

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