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2016 Oscar Winner Prediction: Best Supporting Actor

The one thing that is very clear in this category is that Sylvester Stallone is the clear frontrunner. He has already won the Golden Globe and the Critics Choice Award, has the momentum on his side, as well as nostalgia and the sentimental vote. 648 more words

Oscars

Spotlight

Tonight, we highlight my favorite film of 2015, “Spotlight”. I enjoyed this film more than any other throughout the year (well, maybe “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, but that has more to do with my personal history and happy childhood moments revisited.) 639 more words

Oscars 2015 Predictions: Best Supporting Actor

Christian Bale, The Big Short

Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies

Mark Ruffalo, Spotlight

Sylvester Stallone, Creed

Tom Hardy, The Revenant

Possibly the one category I agree with all nominations. 444 more words

Film

The Big Short (Film Review)

When the housing market collapsed, I’ll be the first to admit I had no idea what happened or why it happened. The Big Short, starring Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, and Steve Carrell, does its best to answer both questions in an engaging, entertaining way. 97 more words

The Revenant

OK, let’s do this.  Here’s the film that everybody is talking about when it comes to the Academy Awards.  They say it’s finally Leo’s time (or is it?) to win an Oscar.   799 more words

filmmixtape's Best Supporting Actor of 2015

Rolling right along with my votes for Best Supporting Actor…

Idris Elba – Beasts of No Nation

  • Much has been made of the terrifying impact of his guerrilla warfare commandant, but the most masterful moments of the performance are as he loses dominance over his child soldiers – the impotence with which he clings to his his blind warpath lingers after the chills.
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Kurt Reviews THE REVENANT: It’s Really Good (for a laugh)

THE REVENANT FILM | MOVIE | STUDIO | DRAMA RATING: ★ ★ ★ ★ Since I didn’t know off the top of my head what the word “revenant” meant, I had thought, in the spirit of Shakespeare, it was a word created specifically for Art’s sake by combining the words revenge and covenant. 6 more words