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Sicario (2015)

Sicario (2015)

Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

Starring: Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, Daniel Kaluuya, Jon Bernthal

Just when I was ready to write off 2015 as being a relatively underwhelming year for Hollywood, a true masterwork rears its head and absolutely blows my expectations out of the proverbial water.   823 more words


2016 Oscar Predictions: Best Actress & Best Supporting Actress

This post was updated October 1st

Best Actress

Rumor has it that Alicia Vikander will probably be campaigned in supporting for The Danish Girl, which weakens the field in lead a bit as she looked like maybe the safest bet. 2,240 more words


Drew David: Faye Dunaway A&E Biography: The Great Dramatic Actress

Source: Drew David: Faye Dunaway A&E Biography: The Great Dramatic Actress

I guess when I think of great dramatic comedic actress’s and what I mean by that is actress’s who combine both dramatic and comedic abilities in the same role, not actress’s who are great at both comedy and drama, but women who do both in the same roles, I think of Faye Dunaway, Liz Taylor, Lauren Bacall and a few others. 389 more words


Two Days, One Night

Marion Cotillard, who turns 40 today, is certainly one of our finest current film performers. She’s already won one Oscar (for 2007’s “La Vie en Rose”), she successfully (and consistently) bridges the gap between art and commerce (an array of both blockbusters  483 more words


Viola Davis - First Black Women To Win an Emmy Award In Behalf of All Black Women {WTF About Tyme Exclusive}

Amazing but tragic at the same damn time is This Emmy Award win for Viola Davis for Lead Actress in a Drama for “How To Get Away with Murder”. 22 more words


Post-Toronto Oscar Picks

Apologies for the lack of official blog updates, y’all.

In case you missed it, Room won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. 322 more words

2015 Oscars

“General Hospital” Actress Apologizes for Going Off on Viola Davis’ Emmy Speech

Nancy Lee Grahn, of General Hospital fame, didn’t like Viola Davis’ Emmy speech, and the Internet was quick to criticize her for her tone deaf tweets. 163 more words