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“Sing Street” Leverages its Exceptional Music to Craft a Superlative Coming-of-Age Story

Leaning heavily on his music video roots, John Carney has concocted a captivating coming-of-age story in Sing Street.  Though populated by a cadre of lesser-known actors, there are solid performances all around, and absolutely wonderful musical pieces.  800 more words

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Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling Fall In Love In Stunning Trailer For "La La Land"

La La Land may be months away from its official US premiere, but it’s making a pretty strong case to be considered a frontrunner for every Best Cinematography award there is. 257 more words


26. From Here to Eternity

The soldiers drink, fuck, fight, and kill in From Here to Eternity. Entertaining as hell, even fun at times, the movie is not gung-ho about the Army – the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, at the end, is the least interesting conflict. 320 more words


Best Picture at the Edmonton Fringe Festival

Best Picture by Kurt Fitzpatrick
August 12 – 21 at Venue #40: La Cité Francophone
More information: sites.google.com/site/ribbittheatre

An interview with Kurt Fitzpatrick.

Describe your show in five words. 498 more words

Edmonton Fringe Festival

2017 Oscar Predictions: Best Picture

This post was last updated August 1st

It’s August, and awards season is beginning to take shape as festival lineups are announced and release dates don’t have much more time to shuffle. 1,783 more words


My Top Five "And the Oscar Goes To..." Missed Opportunities

I do promise to start doing more text reviews soon, and the Gentleman’s Agreement video will be up as soon as I can get it done (real life stuff may delay it a bit, though). 25 more words


After the First Weekend, Think Small For August "Really Like" Movies

Easily the most anticipated movie release this August is the DC Comics movie Suicide Squad. Tracking numbers suggest that this could be the first August release to ever do $100,000,000+ at the box office in its opening weekend. 420 more words