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Oscar Bait. Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase, which refers to movies that transparently use trite ploys in an attempt to snag that iconic gold statue reserved for Hollywood’s best. 534 more words

Denzel Washington

2016 #13 - Fences (dir. Denzel Washington)

“Some people build fences to keep people out, and other people build fences to keep people in.” – Stephen McKinley Henderson as Jim Bono in… 1,035 more words


Constructing “Fences”

Film has the ability to present a worldwide audience with noteworthy dramatic performances they might not otherwise see if the story was only presented live, on stage. 854 more words

5 Star Film- Excellent

The purge: Election year

They saved the best for last … 

The first Purge-movie had a great story but too little action.  The second one had a lot of action, but a rather simple storyline. 776 more words


Fences Review: Denzel and Company Give Some of the Most Riveting Performances of 2016

There are just certain performers that resonate like a choir in a perfectly acoustically sound church and with their performances ringing through our senses we can only sit in awe. 515 more words


Fences (2016)

Director: Denzel Washington

Writer: August Wilson (Screenplay) August Wilson (Play)

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Stephen Henderson, Jovan Adepo, Russell Hornsby, Mykelti Williamson, Saniyya Sideny… 470 more words


REVIEW: Fences

The measure of a successful theatrical adaptation is often how far it can distance itself from the conventions of the stage. The underlying expectation is that untethered from the limitations of sets, the suspension of disbelief, the necessity of projection, the primacy of dialogue, and so on, only then will the play will become a film. 403 more words

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