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    What This Year’s Oscars Taught Us

    Hi, there. So, I’m the guy who used data to declare that this year’s race for Best Picture was the closest in the modern Oscar era. I then said it would come down to Lady…

    Hideo Kojima Makes Tribute To Guillermo Del Toro’s Oscar Wins

    Last night, Guillermo del Toro became the third Mexican director to win the Oscar for Best Director in the last handful of years (the other two are Alfonso Cuáron and Alejandro Iñárritu). After decades of…

    Oscars 2018: The Complete List Of Winners

    It’s that time of the year where we celebrate the cream of the crop that’s been homegrown in Hollywood over the 12 months (plus some other foreign films for good measure). Which movies display the…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: Phantom Thread

    Paul Thomas Anderson is no stranger to the Academy Awards. His writer/director resume, which includes Boogie Nights, Magnolia, There Will Be Blood, and Inherent Vice, is filled with Oscar-nominated and Oscar-winning work. However, he has…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: Darkest Hour

    Gary Oldman’s acting career is one that has taken many different forms and tones. Dating back to his first role in 1982 in a film called Remembrance, he has taken the form of some of…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: Call Me By Your Name

    I had heard nothing but positive buzz revolving around this film about a love story in the middle of Northern Italy in the summer of 1983. Every critic I came across had nothing but acclaim…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: Dunkirk

    Memento. Insomnia. The Dark Knight Trilogy. The Prestige. Inception. Interstellar. In a short period of time, Christopher Nolan has quickly become one of the top directors in the film industry. Whether it be a film…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: Lady Bird

    An actress-turned-director, helming her second film. A blunt comedy/drama about a mother and daughter, starring a young Academy Award nominee and a veteran Emmy winner from the nineties. A budget at approximately ten million in…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: The Post

    Spielberg. Streep. Hanks. Those three names involved in the same film garners a high amount of respect. With eight Academy Awards between the three of them and this being the first time ever that Meryl…

    Best Picture Nominee Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    A young girl is raped while dying in the small town of Ebbing, Missouri. Time passes, and her case is yet to be solved. Out of frustration and anger, the girl’s mother decides to take…

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