Instead of the Oscar projection field shrinking after the fall festivals, it remains just as large with some unlikely contenders benefiting
Author: Luis A. Mendez
Perhaps the greatest thing we can get from Everything Everywhere All At Once is a movie is that is accessible to almost everyone.
Unlike The Batman which mostly follows the POV of the hunter, M gives us the POV of the hunted serial killer of children that has an entire town in mortal fear for their kids.
Unlike last year where much of the Best Picture Oscars race seemed set in stone, this one is shaping up to be a more unpredictable
The Best Picture race for the upcoming Academy Awards regardless of my personal feelings, mid-way through the year.
These initial projections for next year’s Best Picture Oscars race are based purely on my objective thoughts on where the race is as of this writing just weeks after the previous Academy Awards had their say
We are now but a moment away from the 94th Academy Awards’ nominees being announced, so here are my 2021 Oscars Projections
Thus is the setup to 1936’s My Man Godfrey, a screwball comedy from Director Gregory La Cava which is an adaptation to Eric Hatch’s novel 1101 Park Avenue
The return of major titles to the release schedule in 2021 made many announce with joy, “The movies are back!”
Overall, what you get in West Side Story is a better made and slightly less regressive film when it comes to Puerto Rican stereotypes
Siskel And Ebert was nothing groundbreaking, but for a kid who was limited in what movies he could watch and when, it was great to get the scoop from these guys.
2021 Oscars Projections: Where I think the races are with months of more smooching, screenings, premiere weekends, and press leaks to go…
The Top 25 most likely nominees based on personal subjective views, awards journalism buzz, historic trends, and perhaps a few “insider” tips or two
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
Here are the 25 films I seriously consider as potential contenders for the nomination of 2022 Best Picture as of today
“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