While the U.S. West Coast is focusing on the commencement of the Oscar race after nominations were announced yesterday, in Utah cinephiles continue the search for indie’s next big thing at the annual Sundance Film Festival.
Blowing a dishonorable raspberry at the worst movies of the year are the recently revealed nominations for the 2018 Razzie Awards. While notable stinkers such as Transformers: The Last Knight, Fifty Shades Darker and The Emoji Movie are given repeated and deserved mentions on the list, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! has
As many of you know, this weekend saw the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards honoring the best achievements in film and TV performances for the past year and giving us a clearer idea of which stars should (and shouldn’t) be preparing their Oscar speeches.
With this year’s Sundance kicking us into the film fest season, next up will be the 2018 Berlin Film Festival, or Berlinale as it’s better known. With just under a month until the 68th annual event, we decided to take a look at what’s in store, including the premiere of
The 2018 Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) is a testament to the best performances of the past year in cinema. Gary Oldman, hot on the heels off his win at the Golden Globes for his riveting portrayal of Winston Churchill in ‘Darkest Hour’, will be presented with the Maltin
Hollywood is hitting pause on the awards ceremony festivities and heading down to Park City, Utah, where the 2018 Sundance Film Festival kicks off tomorrow. Four must-see films in the lineup from Amazon Studios include Gus Van Sant’s 'Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot'.
As the Golden Globes hype train teeters off into the distance for another year, the word in Hollywood’s mouth has swiftly changed towards its main event: the Oscars. And so the cycle begins once more.
While some of the more forgiving crowd might describe these mammoth award ceremonies as a simple
Another awards show has come and gone. Such a delight to watch every film you care about lose out, and all the mediocrity get celebrated! Awards shows obviously mean a lot in the great game of Hollywood. It’s a time of reflection, looking back on an entire year of filmmaking
Logline: Harry Dean Stanton outlived and outsmoked his contemporaries. Now it’s time to find enlightenment.
Verdict: You’d be hard pressed to think of a more fitting goodbye to an actor like Harry Dean Stanton than Lucky. A lackadaisical film embracing the enduring charm of Stanton’s casual approach to acting, John Carroll