The Top 25 most likely nominees based on personal subjective views, awards journalism buzz, historic trends, and perhaps a few “insider” tips or two
Author: Luis A. Mendez
Scarlet Johansson’s lawsuit might change the film industry for the talent involved, but could even change how we watch and pay for new movies
“Every house should have a marmalade day”, and, well, I believe every film collection should have the Paddington films in its library.
Heavyweights was seemingly a one and done bust kids movie that Disney could write off as a failed venture. And then a funny thing happened…
In the Heights isn’t just the movie of the year to me, or of the summer, but its perhaps the movie of my lifetime that I’ve been waiting for
The favorite to win Best Picture Oscar is a cursed place to be since the preferential ballot and the expansion of nomination slots became a reality.
Of course to win the race for the Best Picture Oscar one must get nominated, so here are my top 25 contenders for the big award’s nomination
Some may ask “Who on God’s green and beautiful Earth is Roman Reigns and why did he have a better 2020 than most of us?”
I figured I’d rank my top ten favorite classic horror films to watch in the coming weeks of this year’s fright season.
I suspect the movement we’ll see from here will be minimal, meaning Biden will have many paths to 270 versus Trump’s little room for error.
In which I argue for the possibility that maybe, just maybe, the expected…actually happens and maybe even smoothly at that.
Most Hollywood histories begin in the 1920s. However, the story of Hollywood and its coming domination in cinema truly begins in 1914
“The Dawn Of Cinema” or the pre-Hollywood years. And amazingly at over a hundred years old there’s some short films from this time that have stuck with us.
That first ingredient for the recipe of having cinema come to existence happened could be argued to have taken place in several moments of mankind’s past.