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27. No Country For Old Men

Acts of kindness are wasted in Cormac McCarthy World. Llewelyn Moss mighta got away with $2 million cash if his conscience hadnt dragged him back to the desert with water for a dying man. 315 more words

Classics

1 Year...100 Films, #80: THE APARTMENT (1960)

Basic Premise of the Film: Ambitious guy loans his apartment to the higher-ups so they can have their rendezvous. As he climbs the corporate ladder he falls for the elevator operator gal and wants his apartment back. 521 more words

1 Year...100 Movies

Best and Worst Best Picture Winners

My opinion on which Best Picture Winners were the best, which ones were the worst, and the ones that are mediocre.

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Movies

A four-hour Filipino revenge drama wins best picture at the world's oldest film festival

Film-lovers in the Philippines are giddy with national pride this weekend after a Filipino film won the top prize at the 73rd Venice Film Festival. 229 more words

LAV DIAZ’S LATEST CINEMA CONQUEST AND THE FILIPINO ARTIST

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LAV DIAZ’S LATEST CINEMA CONQUEST AND THE FILIPINO ARTIST

By Pablo A. Tariman
Photos by Baby K. Jimenez

Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz gave Philippine cinema another shining moment when his “The Woman Who Left” (Ang Babaeng Humayo) emerged the recipient of the 73rd Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion best picture award. 1,101 more words

Film & Movie Reviews

Barry Jenkins' "Moonlight" Screens At Telluride, Enters the Oscar Race

I’ve been thinking about Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight from the moment its gorgeous trailer premiered over the summer. I hadn’t heard anything about it before that, but the buzz around the film became inescapable after. 635 more words

2016

MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (1935)

From the second we drew this film, I just kept singing the Beastie Boys’ lyric – can you blame me? Had that sweet drum beat in my head too – isn’t that the Zeppelin sample? 1,336 more words

Academy Awards