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Four Films on a Flight to Paris

Two weeks ago, I headed back to Paris to finish up the last semester of my Master’s degree. (Disclaimer: As school starts back up, my posts will probably be less frequent.) I love using the eight hour flight to catch up on all the movies I missed while they were in theaters, because I absolutely cannot sleep on long flights. 537 more words


Movies Mondays - War (Amazon Prime edition)

‘Sometimes it is the people no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.’

– Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), The Imitation Game  201 more words

Movie Monday

Oscar Watch: The Other Side of the Wind

Could a film made over four decades ago find itself in the Oscar mix in 2018? That’s the question that the Venice Film Festival is helping answer with the long-awaited release of The Other Side of the Wind. 183 more words

Oscar Predictions

Hurts So Good?

Or not.

This was the first year The Academy expanded the nominations to allow 10 films and it seems like the extra competition diluted the quality of the winning film.  473 more words

More Thoughts About Movies And Food

Evangeline Lilly Reveals Changes To Wasp's Suit

Marvel fans will finally get to see The Wasp in action in just a few weeks. But according to Comicbook.com, the suit that fans will see is not exactly the suit at the end of Ant-Man. 45 more words

Entertainment News

Dream Big & Don't Take No For An Answer

Kathryn Bigelow, mutli award nominee &  Oscar winner and Patty Jenkins winner of the American Film Institute for Wonder Woman which grossed $821,763,408 worldwide

Imagine how many times these ladies were told that their vision was not good enough, talent wasn’t strong enough or they weren’t powerful enough and they didn’t let it stop them… 26 more words