Shattering and deep-down bone-chilling. A viciously unsettling nightmare of race and privilege that carves out a much-needed paradigm shift for genre film.
I’m almost loathe to share Scoot McNairy, cuz he’s been my secret boyfriend since Monsters and I kinda don’t want all your lascivious eyes all over him.
A deeply moving melodrama about a subtly subversive black butler at the heart of the White House. You will need Kleenex.
The members of the Online Film Critics Society — of which I am one — have jointly ranked the 86 movies that have won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winners are indicated. I got 16/24. Pretty good, if I may say so myself.
Here’s a great way to catch up on the film you missed…
Hilarious in the Coens’ weird, askew way, but also absolutely crushing. This movie breaks my heart in a hundred different ways.
Stuff I found on the Net today.
12 Years a Slave and Gravity win big…
12 Years a Slave is our big winner…