Oscar Acting Predictions: Adam Driver Leads a Star-Studded Class (Dec. 6)

In part 2 of our preview, we're jumping into the acting races. This year's class looks to be absolutely loaded with talent, and that bodes well for the Oscars in 2019. A lot of great young talent puts themselves in the position to earn nominations, but its the veterans and established stars that look to … Continue reading Oscar Acting Predictions: Adam Driver Leads a Star-Studded Class (Dec. 6)

Review: Phoenix Allows ‘Joker’ To Burn Bright Despite a Lack of Innovation

When the Clown Prince of Gotham comes to the big screen, moviegoing audiences pay attention. Back in 1989, Jack Nicholson introduced audiences to a new kind of Joker, one that was more menacing and comical than the Cesar Romero hilarity of the television show. Mark Hamill's evolution of the character throughout Batman: The Animated Series and Batman: The Mask … Continue reading Review: Phoenix Allows ‘Joker’ To Burn Bright Despite a Lack of Innovation

Checking In on the Best Actor Race- Cooper in the Lead, Bale Just Behind (11/7/18)

We've checked in with a couple of the Oscar races so far, and now that we're in November, we're starting to get some of the pieces to fall into place. With that in mind, let's start checking a few categories, beginning with the Lead Actor race. We're ranking the contenders based on the likelihood of … Continue reading Checking In on the Best Actor Race- Cooper in the Lead, Bale Just Behind (11/7/18)

Review: John C. Reilly Delivers a Career Best Performance in ‘The Sisters Brothers’

One of the most underrated actors of his generation, John C. Reilly has long been a very powerful character actor when given the opportunity. However, for many in my generation, Reilly has become known for his comedic turns in Talladega Nights and Step Brothers. However, the classically trained actor has long been a standout character actor in some … Continue reading Review: John C. Reilly Delivers a Career Best Performance in ‘The Sisters Brothers’