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Okay so maybe it’s not overly original, but it’s better than some lame sequel or another superhero movie you guys are apparently tired of. Disney is set to produce a musical comedy starring Tom Cruise whose character suffers a head injury that allows him to hear the musical soundtracks (if you will) of everyone around him ultimately giving inspiration to the title ‘Bob The Musical’. 129 more words


Q the Zin

Q – as in Bar-B-Q.  So let’s fire up the grill or start the smoker and get your favorite rub or sauce mixed up so we can smoke, sear, baste, rub, pull, shred to our heart’s content.   434 more words


Best Picture: the Apartment

Baxter: The mirror…it’s broken.

Kubelik: Yes, I know.  I like it that way.  Makes me look the way I feel.

Billy Wilder’s 1960 story is one of the winners that focuses on a normal guy in a normal situation.  

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Best Picture

Slumdog Millionaire (2008) Review

A child dives into a river of excrement. Another has his eyes spooned out by a seedy street hustler. A young man is tortured by electrocution, while a mother is set on fire. 738 more words


Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game (2014)

Benedict Cumberbatch received his first Oscar nomination for playing Alan Turing in The Imitation Game (2014).

I finally decided to watch The Imitation Game after I finished Park and Recreation and was feeling as if there’s nothing meaningful left in my life (sighs, I especially love Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson and strangely enough, April Ludgate). 705 more words

Performance Of The Week

Miles Ahead to Close New York Film Festival

A photo of Don Cheadle as he preps for the role of Miles Davis in his Miles Ahead (via Okayplayer)

The New York Film Festival has set Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead to close the fest on Oct. 158 more words

2015 Oscars

The Turning Point (1977)

Alright, this is my unofficial start of my 1977 best picture reviews. As usual, don’t expect me to complete this extremely fast – in fact, don’t be surprised if I complete this by the end of the year (which I definitely will). 881 more words

70's Oscar Best Picture Project