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Room (2015)

Starring: Brie Larson, Jacob Tremblay, Joan Allen, Sean Bridgers, William H. Macy.

Direcor: Lenny Abrahamson

Written for the screen by Emma Donoghue, the author who wrote this gut wrenching story,  190 more words

Film

Room - ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DVD Review


Wow.  What a story, what a film.  What a great cast and what great performances!


For Jack (Jacob Tremblay), the entire world is contained inside a single room.  640 more words

Movie Reviews

The Misery and the Makeunders: A History of Best Actress Oscar Winner Transformations

​Glamour doesn’t win Oscars—at least, almost never. And neither does happiness for that matter.

What could be mistaken for a more recent trend is actually a trend as old as Oscar, that of female actors putting themselves through the wringer in order to win an Academy Award for Best Actress, still considered the gold standard of all awards the movie business has to offer. 689 more words

Celebrity Gist

M'Rosa: an unexpected movie review

M’Rosa immortalized Mandaluyong’s Maysilo Circle 4-year old flood, a starkly bold directorial move for this Cannes previewed film. M’Rosa, though un-commercially viable for regular movie-going public, displays a good amount of street credence shot in raw, just like how it usually is in real life for those characters. 163 more words

Blog

Queen Taraji P. Henson regins at 2016 BET AWARDS!

One glimpse at Taraji P. Henson taking the stage at the BET Awards on Sunday night, and you know she came to win.

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Entertainment

15. Network

What kind of person turned TV news into shit? Faye Dunaway won an Oscar for playing Diana Christensen, a network exec who talks business while she fucks because it gets her to a quick climax. 329 more words

Classics

The Barretts of Wimpole Street

Directed: Sidney Franklin

Year: 1934

Nominated: Best Film, Best Actress – Norma Shearer

Plot in 25 Words: Based on the true love story of two poets, complete with a tyrannical father and a cocker spaniel named Flush. 168 more words

Oscars