Three Billboards leads SAG Nominations

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri leads the SAG nominations with four including the Ensemble category, which is the closest the actors guild gets to Best Picture.

AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION NAMES GET OUT THE TOP FILM OF 2017

Jordan Peele’s seismic thriller GET OUT captured the most wins from the members of the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA). Released early in 2017, the film earned Best Film, Best Directing, Best Acting and Best Screenplay recognition from the world’s largest group of professional Black film critics.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a Love Letter to Leia

When the industry lost Carrie Fisher, many Star Wars geeks , like myself,  wondered how her iconic legacy as Princess  (now General) Leia would be dealt with in light of her untimely death.
Let me tell you something.  Director Rian Johnson has kept the Star Wars franchise in tact, all the while bringing a little old and new to The Last Jedi.

The Shape of Water Leads 2017 Golden Globe Nom

In what was touted as “The Year of The Woman”, female directors were completely shut out by not acknowledging the exemplary work of Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman), Dee Rees (Mudbound), Kathryn Bigelow (Detroit), Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) and Angelina Jolie (First They Killed My Father).

The Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Announces Its Inaugural Year’s Nominations

The Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) is pleased to announce that their Awards Ceremony will be held ‪on January 3rd, 2018, at which time the winners will be announced.  ‬

Fox Searchlight’s ‪The Shape of Water‬ tops the nominations list with eleven nominations including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay while Lady Bird earns nine nominations and Dunkirk earns eight. Jordan Peele’s massive hit, Get Out scores nominations for Best Male Director and Best First Feature.

Sammy Davis, Jr. : I Gotta Be Me is the Ultimate Tribute to the Ultimate Entertainer

Sammy Davis, Jr. was the ultimate entertainer.  He could sing.  He could dance.  He could do a killer celebrity impersonation.  He could act.  He was a member of the Rat Pack.  And…he bridged the racial gap of entertainment like no other.  There will never be another.

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water is a Cinematically Stunning

My love of movies ranges across many genres.  But, I  am a plain old sucker for a love story and that is exactly what director Guillermo del Toro is giving us its his latest cinematic masterpiece The Shape of Water. Taking place in 1952, the attention to detail with this film is quite impressive.  It’s…

NY Times Celebrates The Year of Horror

Nicole Kidman, Timothée Chalamet and Andy Serkis joined Jake Silverstein, editor-in- chief of The New York Times Magazine, to celebrate the Magazine’s Great Performers issue at Neuehouse on December 7 in Los Angeles.

The Last Jedi Women Shares Thought Icon Carrie Fisher and Crushing The Force

Last weekend, my childhood dreams came true when I attended the Global Press Junket of Star Wars: The Last Jediwith the stars of the film:  Mark Hamill, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Daisy Ridley, Kelly Marie Tan, Laura Dern, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie and director Ryan Johnson.

Louboutin Unveils One-of-a-Kind for Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Christian Louboutin is pleased to once again collaborate with The Walt Disney Studios to commemorate the release of the latest, highly anticipated entry in the Star Wars saga—Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
 

D-LOVE Review by The Curvy Film Critic

How many times have you been at the airport and some random person walks up to you asking for money, a ride or some other crazy request?  I know I have, but would I ever offer to welcome any of these complete strangers into my home for an indefinite amount of time.  I think not!

Tiffany Haddish, Jordan Peele and Mary J. Blige Nab Critic’s Choice Nominations

As reported by Deadline.com Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” led the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.’s Critics’ Choice Movie Award nominations with 14, including best picture, best director, best actress (Sally Hawkins) and best sci-fi/horror film. The film, which opened in limited release last weekend, was far and away the leader with “Call Me…