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Who is the Best Supporting Actor of the 1980s?

We’ve had some weak decades for supporting performances before, but that is definitely not the case here. The top eight performances are remarkably strong in their own ways, which made this a hard decade to judge ultimately. 1,885 more words


Best Supporting Actor: 1964

Actual Nominations: Peter Ustinov. John Gielgud. Stanley Holloway. Edmund O’Brien. Lee Tracy.

Peter Ustinov picked up the official win for his role as a hustler in… 232 more words

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Whiplash - Review

Starring: Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons, Melissa Benoist, Paul Reiser
Written and Directed by: Damien Chazelle
Metacritic Score: 88
IMDb Score: 8.6 (As of Apr. 15, 2014, it’s… 1,094 more words


Whiplash (Film Review)

This is a fun movie to watch.

Sure, it is based on a teacher at an elite musical school who is an absolute tyrant to his students, pushing them beyond their limits in hopes of achieving a jazz band that is absolutely seamless and perfect in every way. 601 more words


Who is the Best Supporting Actor of the 1990s?

Now that I dropped a bombshell in determining the Best Picture of the 90s, let’s take a trip to some less controversial waters.

Once again, in attempting to determine the best of the best I have decided to stick with the performances that won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. 1,535 more words


Whiplash Reviewed

When I first heard about the movie Whiplash, I thought “This will be another movie that will take my back to my awkward band years.” I was right in a sense. 526 more words



I’m not quite sure how to make this review concise because I’ve got ALOT to say about it. Who the hell knew a movie about DRUMMING could be so bloody INTENSE?! 286 more words