Category: 2019

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Craig’s Top Ten of 2019

10. CLIMAX Gaspar Noe’s Climax exists in the delicate meridian between art and madness. Taking place in a single location, Climax sees a dance troupe plummet into bedlam when it’s discovered they’ve all been drugged with a powerful hallucinogenic. Noe’s...

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Jim’s Top Ten of 2019

You know when you’re in the midst of something – a job, a relationship, college, etc. – and you think to yourself, “Eh, this is fine, but nothing outstanding” and then once you’re removed from it you find yourself looking...

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Luiz’s Top Ten of 2019

What a year for the movies, and for intense reflection, both individually and collectively, about filmmaker’s own selves and the crises we are all living through. In composing my list, I tried to talk less about the things most critics...

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Oscar Nominations 2020!

Best Picture1917FORD V. FERRARITHE IRISHMANJOJO RABBITJOKERLITTLE WOMENMARRIAGE STORYONCE UPON A TIME… IN HOLLYWOODPARASITE Best DirectorBong Joon Ho, PARASITESam Mendes, 1917Todd Phillips, JOKERMartin Scorsese, THE IRISHMANQuentin Tarantino, ONCE UPON A TIME… IN HOLLYWOOD Best ActorAntonio Banderas, PAIN AND GLORYLeonardo DiCaprio, ONCE...

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The 3rd Annual Hollywood Critics Association Award Winners

Best Picture – 1917 Best Actor – Joaquin Phoenix, Joker  Best Actress – Lupita Nyong’o, Us  Best Supporting Actor – Joe Pesci, The Irishman  Best Supporting Actress – Jennifer Lopez, Hustlers Best Adapted Screenplay – Taika Waititi, Jojo Rabbit  Best Original Screenplay – Han Jin-won and Bong Joon-ho, Parasite Best Male Director – Noah Baumbach, Marriage...

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The 2020 BPs Nominations!

Best Picture THE IRISHMAN MARRIAGE STORY ONCE UPON A TIME… IN HOLLYWOOD PARASITE UNCUT GEMS Best Director Greta Gerwig, LITTLE WOMEN Bong Joon Ho, PARASITE Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie, UNCUT GEMS Martin Scorsese, THE IRISHMAN Quentin Tarantino, ONCE UPON A...

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Scott’s Top Ten of 2019

As the new year and decade begins with a fresh horror show promising war, famine, and all manner of destruction, we can take really the most trifling degree of solace that the arts are reflecting our shared disillusionment and hopelessness....