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Oscar Bait Gone Wrong

The months October, November and December are known most commonly in the movie world as Oscar season. This time of the year often brings out the year’s ‘Oscar bait’, films that focus on important subject-matter, employ stong casts and are produced at least partially in order to be nominated for, and hopefully win, an Academy Award. 949 more words

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Daily Dose: The Last of the Mohicans and the AMBUSH Moment

The One Line Summary: During the French and Indian War in the United States, Nathaniel Hawkeye (Daniel Day-Lewis), the White adopted son of the last Mohican chief, is traveling west with his Native American father and brother in the woods of upstate New York looking for a new home when they come across a small British troop of soldiers under attack from Mohawk warriors, and join the Brits, helping to beat off their tribal enemies and in the process save two beautiful (of course) women, the daughters of a colonel in the nearby Fort William Henry, who are both drawn to their rescuers, despite the eldest Cora (Madeleine Stowe – Hey? 543 more words


Daniel Day-Lewis 1998

“The Boxer” DANIEL DAY-LEWIS. Interview by Elisa Leonelli. (c) GIOIA, Italy. March 14, 1998

There Will Be Blood - Review #2

If you checked my profile, you may notice that I have a link to my Letterboxd account. As my exams are wrapping up in a few days, I shall be re-posting my older reviews from Letterboxd. 505 more words


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