Written by Taylor Baker "It’s unfortunate that something teetering so close to relevance and thoughtfulness is masked by logical foibles making one unable to take it too seriously."… Continue reading.
Tag: Frances McDormand
The Tragedy of Macbeth
Written by Taylor Baker 50/100 The Tragedy of Macbeth marks the first film that Joel has made without his brother Ethan since their start in 1984's Blood Simple. And while it's competently presented there's something missing. That undefinable knack that … Continue reading.
The French Dispatch
Written by Taylor Baker 65/100 Yet another Covid belated release bows in theaters this awards season push, nearly two full years since it's screenplay was available for purchase in France. Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch is now on multiplex screens … Continue reading.
Episode 110: Rescreening Short Cuts
“People have asked me throughout the years which directors have influenced me. I don't know their names, because I was mostly influenced when I'd see a film and think, "Man, I want to be sure to never do anything like … Continue reading.
Oscars 2021 | 93rd Academy Awards Wrap Up
Written by Alexander Reams After an extended awards season the 93rd Academy Awards have come and gone. While there were some very lovely moments in the show, the broadcast as a whole was a very mixed bag. Without further ado … Continue reading.
BAFTA 2021 Awards Preview
Written by Alexander Reams UPDATE 4/10/21 Finally, the endgame of award season approaches, and despite the elongation eligibility, the awards season rush has never left. If anything it has built up to even more excitement than usual, and without further … Continue reading.
2021 Broadcast Critics Choice Awards Preview
Written by Alexander Reams In recent years, the Critics Choice awards have been a great predictor on what will not only be nominated at the Oscars, but what might win. This year the awards are being given out almost a … Continue reading.
2021 Golden Globes Wrap-Up
Written by Alexander Reams Well, the Golden Globes have come and gone. However, they have planted some interesting seeds of what seem to be shoe in Oscar nominations, and added some dark horses to be watching for in the coming … Continue reading.
2021 Golden Globes Preview
Written by Alexander Reams Well folks, it's that time of year, where all of Hollywood's best and drunkest get together, have one big cocktail party, and hand out a few awards. In all seriousness, the Golden Globes aren't the most … Continue reading.
Episode 86: VIFF 2020 & NYFF 2020 / Undine / Nomadland / Time / The Human Voice
"A documentary film-maker can't help but use poetry to tell the story. I bring truth to my fiction. These things go hand in hand."Chloé Zhao Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify | Stitcher | … Continue reading.