Here are my predictions for Sunday’s Oscar ceremony. As we go down the list of all 23 categories, we have a pretty active variety of safe frontrunners and undecided prizes that have predictors going back and forth until the last minute. But
This has been a very long awards season, and the ups and downs of the race reflect it. Seemingly, even more than normal, categories once thought to be free-for-alls have sewn up over a matter of days, and those once
Believe it or not, it’s time for the Oscars. While many of the contests seem to have safe frontrunners, there are still quite a few that are somewhat uncertain, and at least one that is truly up in the air.
Mortal exercises commendable ambition in its plot but is ultimately let down by a flat, dour execution; there’s something caught between its potential and its delivery, as if there’s some communication that’s been lost in the stages between the script and the
The shortened awards season this year has caused yet more confusion on the always-befuddling road to the Oscars. The chaos of having all of the major guilds and groups vote in such tight, overlapping timeframes has led to much debate on
Continuing with our 2019 list extravaganza, here’s Ken’s top ten movies of 2019. For more thoughts from Ken, be sure to give our year-end podcast a listen here or on your preferred podcast service. To check out everyone’s amazing 2019 lists,
You can see the movie that Corporate Animals wants to be, as there are instances when its wild mixture of satirizing capitalism, horror comedy and peculiar banter create some moments that succeed in being uniquely funny.
In my introduction to last year’s Oscar predictions, I refer to the 2017–18 awards season as “one of the most tumultuous” in recent memory, a superlative that would almost seem too weak when discussing the events of this year. Each