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The Road to Success of ‘Son of Saul’ Started in Cannes

Director Laszlo Nemes returns to the 69th Cannes Festival as a member of the jury in the main competition, just a year after he himself debuted in the very same section.  1,173 more words

Marilyn Monroe: The Quest For An Oscar by James Turiello

James Turiello makes the case as to why Marilyn Monroe should have received an Oscar in her lifetime and why she should be honored now. 318 more words


New Review

A Midnight Cowboy (1969). Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight are a match made in heaven. Unfortunately, I think this film shows it age far more than other ‘classics’ do. 99 more words

Tony Awards Could Rebuke #OscarsSoWhite With Historic Wins

#TonysNotSoWhite? After a notably diverse season on Broadway, the 2016 Tony Awards nominations set up the real possibility that for the first time in Tony history, all four musical acting categories will be won by actors of color. 338 more words


Hollywood’s Biggest Night Draws the Talent and the All-Star Advertisers

There is no question that on Oscar night, all eyes turn to Hollywood. As cameras begin rolling at Dolby Theatre, our eyes are glued to the television as the stars roll out on the red carpet and collect their golden statuettes. 26 more words


REVIEW: 'Joy' (2015)

Title: ‘Joy’
2015, USA
Director: David O. Russell
Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Edgar Ramirez

Joy is a brilliant young woman whose dreams are constantly suffocated by her daily duties towards her family. 202 more words


Best picture winner 11: You Can’t Take It With You (1938)

Directed by: Frank Capra (won Oscar)
Screenplay by: Robert Riskin (nominated)
Starring: James Stewart, Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore
My rating: 6.5
IMDb rating: 8/10

Other nominees: 438 more words