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What to Watch This Weekend: 1917

  Welcome to What To Watch This Weekend, a weekly series dedicated to helping figure out which films you should enjoy in the near future. Each Friday, the GeekScholars present a spoiler-free review of a film

Oscar’s Bad Boys of 1917 | Breaking Geek Radio the Podcast

https://soundcloud.com/los-fanboys/oscars-bad-boys-of-1917-breaking-geek-radio-the-podcast Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast is about analyzing geekdom and the things we like: an in-depth examination of movies, television, and culture. Expect reviews, a look at entertainment controversies, and other fun content! This

2019 GeekScholars Movie News Awards! plus a Golden Globes Recap

  Welcome to GeekScholars Movie News presented by LRM Online! This regular podcast features The GeekScholars—Jill, Chris, and Fox—as they discuss a roundup of current happenings in Hollywood! On this week’s show GeekScholars Jill and Fox discuss a few

1917 Review: A Masterful Re-Creation of War

1917 is the story of two young lance corporals—Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and Schofield (George MacKay)—who are charged with a nearly impossible task during the height of World War I: deliver a message. The letter contains

1917: Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming Film | NYCC 2019

Director Sam Mendes (Skyfall) and choreographer Roger Deakins (Blade Runner 2049, Arrival) have reteamed for a World War I drama called 1917. Speaking at New York Comic Con 2019, the cast and crew revealed more

Trailer Drops For Sam Mendes’ Ambitious Single-Shot War Epic 1917

I think it’s against the laws of nature for a film fan to dislike war films. They seem to be staples of classic cinema, and a genre that critics seem to really love…and yet I’ve

VIDEO: Go Behind The Scenes Of Sam Mendes’ 1917…Which Is Told In One Continuous Shot?

If you’re making a serious World War I film, there’s a good chance you’re already working towards an Oscar. That was already assumed on my end with Sam Mendes’ upcoming 1917. Now, as revealed in

Trailer: Sam Mendes Portrays Hellish WWI In 1917

It’s been about a decade since Sam Mendes has released a non-James-Bond-related feature film. Sure, it may have been only two of them (Skyfall, Spectre), but it was enough to occupy a substantial amount of

Sam Mendes’ Next Movie To Be One Single Shot

Director Sam Mendes's feature output for the 10 years has only consisted of two movies: Skyfall and Spectre. Nothing against those movies, but you can imagine that, as big and all-encompassing those projects are, it

Skyfall Director Sam Mendes’ WWI Movie 1917 Rounds Out Cast

World War I is the new World War II. At least when it comes to movies. By and large, World War II is seen as the war best fit for the big screen, but in