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INFERNO - an art film touching on the many dimensions between predestination, fire, and moral destruction

“I don’t believe in predestination, to be honest I don’t know what to believe. I believe that no one knows anything no matter what they say.”

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Elle, based on a novel called O by Philippe Dijan, who also wrote Betty Blue, is Dutch director Paul Verhoeven’s first French film, and features Isabelle Huppert in a performance already being touted as an Oscar contender. 552 more words

The Oscar Quest: Reconsidered (Best Actor, 1935-1936)

The Oscar Quest began in May of 2010. I finished about fifteen months later, and wrote it up for this site. That was essentially the first thing I did on here. 3,430 more words


Zootopia (2016)

Dir. Byron Howard and Rich Moore. Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Jenny Slate

Zootopia is built on sight gags, one of those rare gifts to animated film that just work better there than in real life. 1,252 more words


Hunger (2008)

Dir. Steve McQueen. Starring Michael Fassbender, Liam Cunningham, Brian Milligan

After the debut of 12 Years a Slave, the charges that McQueen’s direction – his long takes, his still camera, his artful establishing shots – was “gimmicky” or, more inscrutably, “distracted from the film” began to proliferate. 1,621 more words


Amy Adams - #NEW Stills for @arrivalmovie Arrival (2016) ▪▪▪ A film by D...

All you need to do to get informed about all magazine news right away is to follow our lastoneminute.com site. You can find the details of the post titled Amy Adams – #NEW Stills for @arrivalmovie… 18 more words

Entertaining “Do Over’ Undone by Technical Flaws

By Thomas Price, Contributing Writer

Oftentimes looking back at life, we may wonder about our first sexual experience and what kind of experience that was — not only for ourselves, but also for our partners. 441 more words