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.
Author: Luis A. Mendez
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.
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.
Since I last wrote about this race in April, the President’s chances have only gotten worse and a blue wave is now in play as much as a Trump squeaker is.
And here we are. After ten long weeks I have reached the end of this series on my favorite films from each year in the last hundred years of cinema.
So with all that griping out of the way, time for some positivist so let’s take a look at some of the best films the seventies had to offer
I’m now half-way through this series and I truly hope I have given out some new titles for others to discover as I go through this list.