While it feels like the Theatrical Release race has already been locked up, a challenging has the opportunity to rise tonight. The heavy favorite to win the Oscar will be Roger Deakins, but Rodrigo Prieto and Robert Richardson are rivals in their own right. Now we wait to see who will take home the top prizes amongst the … Continue reading American Society of Cinematographers Recognize the Best Cameramen/women of 2019
The exciting Oscar season this year looks like it will come down to the wire. Unlike most years, it seems like audiences and critics agree with the films at the very top of the heap. While 1917, The Irishman or Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood represent more traditional choices, Jojo Rabbit and Parasite breathe new life into the … Continue reading Directors Guild of America: Sam Mendes Takes the Top Prize, Likely Boosting ‘1917’ Into First Place
We're officially in Oscar season! Our first precursor comes in today, and the winners potentially shine a light on films to keep an eye on for the coming season. Last year, the National Board of Review named Green Book their Best Film. Clearly, the group has its finger on some kind of pulse, and it bodes … Continue reading NBR Names ‘The Irishman’ Best Film of 2019
As we enter December, we're officially in the heat of the Oscar season. Over the next few weeks, critics groups and industry insiders will make their voices heard. The National Board of Review will announce their Top 10 films of the year, as well as their Best Film of 2019. The winner of this group has … Continue reading First Oscar Predictions: Netflix v The World (12-1)
For decades, the name Martin Scorsese has been synonymous with the gangster film. The reputation is not unearned. On the contrary, Goodfellas, Mean Streets, and The Departed continue to find their audience as classics within the genre. Yet Scorsese's body of work falls closer to the Werner Herzog or Jonathan Demme. Unlike his contemporaries, Scorsese bent genre … Continue reading Review: ‘The Irishman’ Captures Remorse, Love, and Violence in Scorsese’s Latest Masterpiece
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We're back and this week we're talking Quentin Tarantino, Marvel's Comic Con slate, The Irishman trailer, 1917 Trailer and more! Check out more We Bought a Pod episodes here, and subscribe on iTunes here! Get ready for the upcoming "Alien" miniseries from We Bought a Cabin in the Woods, focusing on the films from the … Continue reading We Bought a Pod Episode 60: Once Upon a Pod in Marvel-wood
While some still hold negative feelings towards Alejandro G. Iñárritu's recent films, he has cemented himself as one of the best directors working today. Iñárritu directed Best Picture winner Birdman and Best Picture nominee The Revenant. He won the Best Director award for both of the films, becoming the first director since Joseph L. Mankowitz in 1950 … Continue reading Alejandro G. Iñárritu Named Jury President for 2019 Cannes Film Festival