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18 Feb 19
Owlia's Opinions

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18 Feb 19
AidanFlynnMovies

Just seven days separate us from the 91st annual Academy Awards. It’s a ceremony that traditionally celebrates the achievements in film from the past year, yet unfortunately this year it has been largely overshadowed by the controversy stemming from the Academy’s decisions to change-up their show to allow for a shorter runtime and to drive […]

18 Feb 19
Variety

For the record, we’re in uncharted territory this Oscar season. While we still have the costume designers’ ceremony to get through on Tuesday, the Writers Guild Awards put a bow on the major guild kudos circuit Sunday night. The results have yielded what is, unequivocally, the most wide-open Oscar field in history. The major guild […]

18 Feb 19
B+ Movie Blog

The WGA Awards were handed out tonight. Eighth Grade won for Original Screenplay and Can You Ever Forgive Me? won for Adapted Screenplay. Both of those are surprising results. Eighth Grade isn’t even nominated for the Oscar, so that’s part of that one. The other part — The Favourite wasn’t eligible for WGA. And the Original […]

18 Feb 19
Akira Takahashi

Hey, everyone! Takahashi-sensei here. You might’ve been asking yourself every year, “How have things been going in Hollywood?” The answer? It depends. Unless you’re a die-hard comic book or superhero fan looking forward to the next Marvel Cinematic Universe installment, or someone suffering a nostalgia addiction, things have been getting stale in Hollywood(only slightly). The […]

18 Feb 19
Fashion Wonk

I just got back from a week-long work training in Seattle, so I am all discombobulated and exhausted and WAY behind on posts, but I’m going to try and bang these remaining Grammys and BAFTAs posts out before we move into Oscars coverage! Jennifer Lopez in Ralph and Russo The erstwhile J. Lo garnered a […]

18 Feb 19
Knightleyemma

NOTE: This film festival (now in its 15th year) runs from March 7-17 at AFI in Silver Spring, MD. Click here for more info! Deep End (FRI, 3/8: 5PM & SUN, 3/10: 5:15PM) This South African spin on Bend it Like Beckham substitutes surfing for soccer to explore the coming-of-age journey of Sunitha Patel (Carishma Basday), a young woman […]

18 Feb 19
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18 Feb 19
GoldDerby
Milos Forman would’ve celebrated his 87th birthday on February 18, 2019. The late director, who passed away in 2018, only made a dozen movies in his career, yet several of those are classics (and in the case of two, Oscar winners for Best Picture and Best Director). In honor of his birthday, let’s take a look back at all 12 of Forman’s films, ranked worst to best. Born in Czechoslovakia in 1932, Forman first came to international attention with “Loves of a Blonde” (1965) and “The Firemen’s Ball” (1967), both of which earned Oscar nominations as Best Foreign Language Film. In those early works, the director showed an affinity for antiauthoritarianism and oddball outsiders that would animate his best work. He made his American debut with “Taking Off” (1971), and just four years later he was collecting his first Oscar for “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975). The comedic drama about a mental patient (Jack Nicholson) rebelling against a tyrannical nurse (Louise Fletcher) became one of only three films (including “It Happened One Night” and “The Silence of the Lambs”) to sweep the top five prizes: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay. Nine years later, Forman joined rarified air by winning a second Best Director Oscar for “Amadeus” (1984), a lavish biopic about the rivalry between 18th century composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Tom Hulce) and Antonio Salieri (Best Actor winner F. Murray Abraham). The film earned eight prizes in total, including Best Picture. Forman had one more crack at the Oscars with a third Best Director nomination for “The People vs. Larry Flynt” (1996), for which he won the Golden Globe. He earned an additional Globe bid for helming “Ragtime” (1981), winning for both “Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus.” As well, he won the BAFTA for directing “Cuckoo’s Nest” and competed for “Taking Off” (Best Director and Best Screenplay) and “Amadeus” (Best Film). Tour our photo gallery above of all 12 Milos Forman films, including a few for which he should’ve gotten Oscar nominations.
18 Feb 19
Heavy.com

Find out all about Alpha on The Walking Dead, including who the actress is who plays her and what role Alpha had in the comics.

18 Feb 19
SEENIT

Zimmer’s cinema work includes scores for Blade Runner 2049, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, Gladiator, Rain Man, The Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, and Black Hawk Down and his compositions have earned him an Academy Award, two Golden Globes, three Grammys, an American Music Award, and a Tony Award.

17 Feb 19
Arun with a View

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, as everyone knows, has been a huge hit since its release 3½ months ago—in the US (making over $200M), France (where it’s had 4.3 million box office entrées—which is a lot—and is still playing in several Paris theaters), and elsewhere—and despite the decidedly mixed reviews (French ones were a little more positive than […]

17 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Phoebe Waller-Bridge From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Phoebe Waller-Bridge Phoebe Waller-Bridge, centre, in 2013 Born Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge (1985-07-14) 14 July 1985 (age 33) London, England Alma mater Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Occupation Actress writer director Years active 2009–present Spouse(s) Conor Woodman (m. 2014; div. 2018) Phoebe Mary Waller-Bridge (born 14 July 1985) is an English actress, writer, playwright […]