I have been to hundreds of movie screenings over my decade-long career as a film critic for Redbox, and while my favorite movies certainly stand out in my memory, the screenings themselves usually do not.
Where to even begin when talking about a powerhouse actress like Viola Davis, who’s one of only 24 people ever — in the world — to achieve the Triple Crown of Acting? (That means she’s earned an Oscar, Emmy and a Tony!)
It is hard for me to think of another young actor whose breakthrough role earned him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination — and who then continued to wow audiences in amazing performance after amazing performance in every movie he’s been in since.
While the rest of us are just trying to survive the depths of winter, over in Hollywood, there’s only one thing on everyone’s mind in
February: the Academy Awards®. The big night is February 24, so you’ve got just less than a month to catch up on any nominees
Sometimes when things here on Earth get too depressing or
overwhelming, it helps me to remember that we are but small, insignificant specks in the vastness of our galaxy. And what better way to get that perspective than to watch a movie about space?
We’ve finally arrived at the day Lady Gaga has been waiting for
for a long time: Academy Award® nomination day. Early this morning, Kumail Nanjiani and Tracee Ellis Ross revealed the movies, actors, actresses, directors, songwriters and others who are up for the golden statue