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Trailers: First Man, A Star is Born

In recent weeks, some trailers for several upcoming films touted to be big players at next year’s Oscars were released. I’ll give my brief thoughts on two of them:  333 more words

Ranking Every Best Original Song Oscar Winner of the 1960s

If you ask AFI, the 1960s had some of the top movie songs of all time. I… don’t always agree. The high points are definitely up there, though. 549 more words


Lady Bird: Home

It is May. My eighth grade school year is ending. I’m stressed about the pressures of grades and friend groups. I’ve had a bad day. I know how to cure it. 620 more words


Alfred Molina and Susanne Bier Among Newly Elected Film Academy Governors

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Thursday its newly elected individuals to its Board of Governors for 2018-2019.

Those elected to the board for the first time are: 170 more words


Robert De Niro’s F-bomb Adds Nothing To An Already Disgraceful Public Discourse of Incivility

The problem with Robert De Niro’s using the F-word against President Trump isn’t the word itself — it’s the absence of underlying content.

Indeed, even Trump himself seems a bit confused by the meaning of De Niro’s weekend outburst. 739 more words

Actress Jennifer Lawrence Movie Week How Many Stars do you give?

Jennifer Lawrence famous movie career practically started in 2010, but it´s not until 2016 when I noticed her with the movie Passengers.  A science fiction flick that I find fascinating: the acting and the plot. 101 more words


In Old Arizona

(Check out my previous Western film review here: Major Dundee)

The 1928 Western, In Old Arizona; was one I happened upon through a Wal-Mart four-Western combo pack including two very early pictures (Arizona and… 1,028 more words