updated April 22nd.1. Michael Shannon (Loving)
Was in it for the stretch run last year with 99 Homes. He’s got multiple films in play this year but this is his best bet. 1,121 more words
Official Nominations: George Kennedy. John Cassavetes. Gene Hackman. Cecil Kellaway. Michael J Pollard.
George Kennedy was the surprise winner this year for his memorable turn as the big, brazen friend to Paul Newman’s Luke, against type for his usual bad guy roles. 251 more words
10 Cloverfield Lane isn’t the sequel to Cloverfield that fans might be looking for. Set in a doomsday bunker, Mary Winstead (Michelle) and John Gallagher (Emmett) find themselves living with the man that is either their savor or captor, John Goodman (Howard). 463 more words
When I think about being overwhelmed by a film I think of Wally Pfister and Hans Zimmer, the director of photography and composer for most of Christopher Nolan’s films. 555 more words
Last night, all of Hollywood showed up in expensive suits and elegant gowns to walk the red carpet to witness the 88 Academy Awards. While many of the winners were not surprising as they had been predicted to win since the nomination were announced on January 14, one of the winner really did surprise me. 272 more words