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Honest Trailers: Every Christopher Nolan Movie

HONEST TRAILERS: CHRISTOPHER NOLAN MOVIE This week we take a look at all ten of Christopher Nolan’s films, who is arguably one of the best directors of our generation and Screenjunkies is more than willing to admit that. They’re also willing to show you the concepts shared by a lot of the films like an emotional Michael Caine, protagonists with slicked back hair, and … Read More Honest Trailers: Every Christopher Nolan Movie

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Stream Guide: The Assassination Of Jesse Jame By The Coward Robert Ford & Lawless

Before Chadwick Boseman was the Black Panther, he played a different hero, the baseball legend Jackie Robinson in the biopic “42,” alongside Harrison Ford, which is now available to stream. Legendary director Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning film “The Departed,” starring Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Matt Damon, among many many more is also available. Despite not being very popular among Terminator fans, I personally enjoyed … Read More Stream Guide: The Assassination Of Jesse Jame By The Coward Robert Ford & Lawless

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2016 Oscars Challenge: [5] “The Revenant” – Best Supporting Actor

TOM HARDY “The Revenant” OscarsⓇ Nominated Role: As John Fitzgerald, Tom Hardy plays an early 19th-century trapper who goes against orders and abandons a gravely injured comrade in the wilderness. Believe it or not, this is Tom Hardy’s first time being nominated for an Academy Award. And if he continue the trajectory he is on with his career, this will definitely not be his last. … Read More 2016 Oscars Challenge: [5] “The Revenant” – Best Supporting Actor

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2015 Oscars Challenge: [9] Interstellar – Best Sound Editing

Imagine for a second that you are filming the scene from “Interstellar” where the crew of the Endurance lands on the tidal wave planet. Just to state the completely obvious, the tidal wave planet is not a real place. Therefore, if you are filming this scene, you’re likely in a body of water somewhere, where recording sound will not prove fruitful in terms of … Read More 2015 Oscars Challenge: [9] Interstellar – Best Sound Editing

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2015 Oscars Challenge: [9] Interstellar – Best Visual Effects

“INTERSTELLAR” Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Ian Hunter and Scott Fisher Dust clouds and robots, the visual effects team behind “Interstellar” literally created other worlds. And not just one, several. From a giant tidal wave planet to a completely ice covered planet with a sky that mirrors the ground, not only did these worlds captivate on the big screen, they also became some of the … Read More 2015 Oscars Challenge: [9] Interstellar – Best Visual Effects

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83rd Academy Award Winners

2010 ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS

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2011 Oscars Challenge: Inception

2011 Oscar Challenge: “Inception” (2010)
>>>>(11 OF 41 FILMS REMAINING)-(3 DAYS TO OSCARS)<<<<

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2011 Oscars Challenge: 83rd Academy Award Nominations

2011 Academy Award Nominees

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2011 Oscars Challenge: Oscars Nomination Predictions

So, normally I do not like to predict the nominees for the Oscars, simply because I am usually either way off or completely unsure, just because you can never be quite sure, but I decided to throw in my predictions anyway. Looking at many other predictions, mine are pretty much along the same lines, save for a few curve balls that are perhaps wishful … Read More 2011 Oscars Challenge: Oscars Nomination Predictions

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Spotlight: Best Films of 2010

I thought I would weigh in on my favorite films of 2010. Unpopular or not, these are the ten films I absolutely adored this year starting with the ones I liked the most. There are then ten listed alphabetically that were close. I did not see a lot of films this year it seems that would have probably made my list including “The King’s … Read More Spotlight: Best Films of 2010

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Oscars Watch: 68th Golden Globes Nominees Announced

(COURTESY OF http://theenvelope.latimes.com/) 2011 Golden Globes nominees list MOTION PICTURE CATEGORIES BEST MOTION PICTURE, DRAMA “Black Swan” “The Fighter” “Inception” “The King’s Speech” “The Social Network” BEST MOTION PICTURE, MUSICAL OR COMEDY “Alice in Wonderland” “Burlesque” “The Kids Are All Right” “Red” “The Tourist” FOREIGN LANGUAGE PICTURE “Biutiful,” Mexico/Spain “The Concert,” France “The Edge,” Russia “I Am Love,” Italy “In a Better World,” Denmark … Read More Oscars Watch: 68th Golden Globes Nominees Announced

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Oscars Shortlist: 15 Visual Effects Shortlisted for 83rd Academy Awards

A little over a month before the nominees are released, the Academy teases us with the contenders for the Best Visual Effects. What exactly gets a film nominated for Best Visual Effects? Wikipedia supplies the answer: According to the official Academy Award rules, the criteria are: (a) consideration of the contribution the visual effects make to the overall production and (b) the artistry, skill … Read More Oscars Shortlist: 15 Visual Effects Shortlisted for 83rd Academy Awards

Movie Review: Inception (2010)

INCEPTION BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJULY 19, 2010 Let me begin with a novel analogy: “Avatar” is to the mass majority of theater-goers, what “Inception” was for me. Though “Avatar” had its pretty colors and “stacked” cast, Inception shows up with originality and heart (both of which are lacking from almost every film created lately). Director Christopher Nolan took tons of heat for not jumping straight … Read More Movie Review: Inception (2010)