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362 days ago 13 comments Categories: Movies Tags:
Although I made my yearly predictions a couple of months ago, I'm going to take a shot at the Oscar's that are airing Sunday night.   Here are my predictions: Best Actor - Rami Malek in Bohemian Rhapsody Best Actress - Glenn Close in The Wife Best Supporting Actress - Regina King in If Beale Street Could Talk Best Supporting Actor - Mahershala Ali in Green Book Best Director - Spike Lee for BlacKkKlansman Best Picture - Green Book   Let's see how we do :-)...
922 days ago 5 comments Categories: Movies Tags:
Here's your shot! Old Spice is holding auditions, and not just for an ad -- for a movie. The brand has been tweeting (see below and click here) Casting Calls for "Old Spice: The Movie" and revealed that the title will be "Invisible World: an Invisible Spray production." While further details are not yet forthcoming about the storyline, it looks like it involves characters including a halftime announcer, an over-enthusiastic space-sports fan, a news reporter, a pilot, a super...
1826 days ago 8 comments Categories: Movies Tags:
With the flix email through Gotham heating up and my uncannily accurate predictions for the year, I decided to jump out on the ledge to predict the Oscars this year.   Here are my predictions for tomorrow night's contest:   Best Picture: Birdman Director:Alejandro Inamitu, Birdman Actor in a Leading Role:Eddie Redmayne. The Theory of Everything Actress in a Leading Role:Julianne Moore, Still Alice Actor in a Supporting Role:J.K. Simmons, Whiplash Actress in a Supporting Role:...
1881 days ago 17 comments Categories: Movies Tags:
The first screenings of this comedy were finally aired last Wednesday at midnight but only through independent movie theaters.   On Thursday morning it was listed as the No. 1 seller on YouTube Movies and the Google Play store.   The Interview has now become a symbol of free speech. People were dressed in red, white and blue to go view the movie and many theaters reported sell outs.   It has received mixed to negative reviews. Will you go see it?...
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