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The Nighthawk Awards: 1997

You can read more about this year in film here.  The Best Picture race is discussed here, with reviews of all the nominees.  First there are the categories, followed by all the films with their nominations, then the Globes, where I split the major awards by Drama and Comedy, followed by a few lists at the very end.   13,942 more words

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ASC Podcast Episode 15: Paul Thomas Anderson Retrospective Pt. 3 - There Will Be Blood

Episode 15 of #AtlanticSC finds Jason and Lee at their most pretentious, as they continue their Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective with 2007’s There Will Be Blood… 126 more words

Film Review

"Punch-Drunk Love," the Paul Thomas Anderson cult classic that should have been

Why isn’t Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Punch-Drunk Love” his cult classic? His 2002 curveball take on the romantic comedy seems like a perfect candidate for midnight-movie showings, Twitter bio quotations, and Threadless T-shirt designs. 546 more words

DVD Review

Paul Thomas Anderson & Radiohead

Paul Thomas Anderson has previously collaborated with Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, who produced scores for Anderson’s ‘There will be blood’ and ‘Inherent Vice’ as well as featuring in Anderson’s short music documentary Junun.  54 more words

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Breaking Conventions and Taking Chances in 1999

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The year 1999 saw directors taking chances with unique storylines, digital animation, and out of character casting. It seemed every director wanted to leave a mark before the new millennium. 145 more words

Podcasts

Punch-Drunk Love - CineMasher

Punch-Drunk Love hits us hard this week and boy do we have some nice words to say about it. But don’t worry, we still bring the sadness with our most disappointing directors! 6 more words

Movies

Network (1976): Classic Review

‘I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!’

Network is arguably one of the 1970s’ most underrated gems, and pleasantly surprised me in how alarmingly relevant and fantastically entertaining it is.  539 more words

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