Ready for a thought experiment? Let’s award 25 years of a category that doesn’t exist, but should.
Mel Gibson’s controversial inclusion for Best Director signals that his work is still worth appreciating.
Today, the FOTS talks Cinematography, Score, and those pesky shorts.
Want a leg up in your Oscar pool? I alone (on the site) have seen all fifteen nominated shorts.
Continue reading Reviewing All the Oscar-Nominated Short Films
Like sands through the hourglass, these are the Days of Our Lives. Now with boobies!
FX’s gonzo quasi-superhero series must be seen to be believed, if not fully understood.
Director Gareth Davis presents the true story of Saroo Brierley’s long journey home as a relatable coming-of-age search for meaning.
The Best Picture nominee Hidden Figures tells an important story well, and for an audience that is usually underserved.
What can Martin Scorsese’s masterpiece teach us about the portrayal of faith in American cinema?
In perhaps its final episode, Sherlock puts its hero through a gauntlet, and us through the wringer.