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Film #656: Training Day (2001)

In my last two entries I’ve discussed how Denzel Washington’s acting nominations seem to occur in movies where he’s the only draw and where his performance lifts an otherwise unremarkable movie. 1,008 more words

Best Actor

Best Supporting Actor - 1973

Official Nominations: John Houseman. Vincent Gardenia. Jack Gilford. Jason Miller. Randy Quaid.

It’s a strange one this year – on one hand your average film viewer will look at the nominees and maybe recognise one of them, on the other hand they’re all good performances. 488 more words

Movies

2 New WMIFF Award Nominations for VENDETTA GAMES

We’re extremely happy to announce that in addition to the 6 award nominations we’ve received from the World Music & Independent Film Festival for VENDETTA GAMES last week that we now have 2 new nominations to report! 39 more words

AJ Epyx

2017 Philadelphia Theater Critic's Awards -- The Nominees

I’m late, I’m late for a very important date.

Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima maxima culpa.

And other bosh like that.

Life sometimes encroaches, and mine needed some attention last year. 697 more words

Theater Previews

Best Supporting Male Actors of 2017

Let’s start with one thing here: the fact that I had a list for Supporting Male actors double the size of supporting female actors is ridiculous. 218 more words

Awards

Hell Hath No Fury - Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Like a mother scorned.

What’s the biggest affront on earth to a mother? Taking away her child.

That’s what happens to Mildred Hayes, a single mother living with her two teenage children in the made-up town of Ebbing, Missouri. 1,040 more words

The Front Row

Film #652: Shadow of the Vampire (2000)

The exciting thing about this new leg of the Oscars is that it explores the versatility of some actors and the typecasting of some. In the case of Willem Dafoe, his last Oscar nomination before The Florida Project was very different indeed as he portrayed actor Max Schreck in Shadow of the Vampire. 1,035 more words

Best Supporting Actor