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Oscar Watch: Hands of Stone

Having premiered at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday, the boxing biopic Hands of Stone hopes to be the next film in that genre to garner Oscar attention, much like  273 more words


Oscar Watch: Loving

Earlier this year, I wrote an Oscar Watch post for the Jeff Nichols sci-fi drama Midnight Special, which premiered to mostly positive feedback at the Berlin Film Festival. 186 more words


Oscar Watch: Florence Foster Jenkins

When Meryl Streep is starring in any movie, it’s automatic for Oscar prognosticators to take notice. Such is the case with Florence Foster Jenkins, the comedic drama biopic of an opera singer known for her awful voice. 93 more words


Oscar Watch: The Jungle Book

Disney has been on a binge remaking their animated classics as of late with 2014’s Maleficent and 2015’s Cinderella. Both were huge hits. This looks to extend to 2016 when Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book opens Friday. 150 more words


Extremely Early Oscar Predictions

A year in advance is probably a good idea to start predicting something, right? Whatever. Either way, I am getting my initial predictions  for the 2016-2017 Oscar season out in the world! 205 more words


Oscar Watch: Hello, My Name Is Doris

This past weekend, comedic drama Hello, My Name Is Doris impressed box office observers by making nearly a million dollars on just 128 screens. The film premiered at the SXSW Film Fesitval days ago to positive response with a current rating of 85% on Rotten Tomatoes. 179 more words

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Every Movie Has a Lesson: 17 films to watch for the 2017 Oscars

This past Sunday, at the 88th annual Academy Awards, “Mad Max: Fury Road” raked in six total wins to lead all films, an effort that likely no one predicted a year ago before it came out.   52 more words