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Watch the New, Powerful "Fences" Trailer

We’re still about a month away from the premiere of Denzel Washington’s Fences, but Paramount isn’t wasting any time getting the film out in front of people. 169 more words


"The Lost Weekend" Review

The Lost Weekend (1945)

“One drink’s too many, and a hundred’s not enough.”

The Lost Weekend” is a 1945 film directed by Billy Wilder, and telling a story of a failed writer Don Birnam (Ray Milland) who struggles to combat his chronic alcohol addiction in the course of a weekend. 1,159 more words

Film Reviews

Best Picture - 1969

Official Nominations: Midnight Cowboy. Anne Of A Thousand Days. Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid. Hello Dolly. Z.

1969 saw a return to form and a return to the New Hollywood. 690 more words

The Oscars

New "Jackie" Trailer Demands An Oscar For Natalie Portman

We still have about a month left until mainstream film audiences finally get a look at Jackie, but Fox Searchlight has just released a new trailer that demands a Best Actress Oscar for Natalie Portman. 244 more words


And the Oscar Goes to...: Gentleman's Agreement

Gregory Peck’s agent advised the actor not to take the lead role in Gentleman’s Agreement (1947). It was thought that it would ruin Peck’s career, not an unreasonable assumption. 76 more words

Film Review

New Trailer for Best Picture Front Runner La La Land

Damien Chazelle’s La La Land centers on two dreamers living in Los Angeles: Mia (Emma Stone), an aspiring actress who can’t land a gig and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a pianist who wants to open his own jazz club. 164 more words

The New "La La Land" Trailer is Here and it's Glorious

La La Land became the Best Picture frontrunner from the moment it premiered at the Venice Film festival. And while it’s facing some heat from Sundance darling’s  431 more words