The year finally came to an end a few days ago. It's rare to see a year so filled with quality content like 2017. Not only did several films become instant classics for new generations of film fanatics, it also marked an important step forward for representation of women, african-americans, and several other groups, both … Continue reading The Best Films of 2017
This awards season has probably been the most difficult to predict in years, with no clear frontrunners to point to. Will the path to the Oscars look clearer once tomorrow's show ends? Probably not, since there isn't any actual collusion between HFPA members and Academy members. Let's not forget, the Globes are noticeable for always … Continue reading Golden Globes 2018 Film Predictions: Who Will Emerge as the Winner in Hollywood’s Second Biggest Awards Show?
★★★★½ Growing up is the central theme in Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut, Lady Bird, a small in scope but big in heart comedy-drama that hits all the right notes. The film deals with high school senior Christine “Lady Bird” McPhearson, played by Saoirse Ronan, and her many relationships with friends, romantic interests, and most prominently, … Continue reading ‘Lady Bird’ Review: A Hilarious yet Moving Comedy-Drama
DOMESTIC BOX OFFICE ANALYSIS OF THE WEEKEND OF NOV. 3 - NOV. 5 After an October full of bombs (Blade Runner 2049, The Snowman, Suburbicon, Geostorm) and disappointments (Jigsaw) in North America, the box-office is back in full swing with Marvel's "Thor: Ragnarok", scored an amazing $122.7M opening, blowing out of the water both previous … Continue reading Thor hulking its way into $122M+ Opening – Domestic B.O. Report