Category: Oscar Countdown

Our Oscar Countdown features reviews of the Oscar-nominated films for 2019 and 2020!

SAG Awards 2021: Winners

This year’s SAG Awards 2021 looked different from last year’s star-studded in-person show. This year they opted for a one-hour presentation, which was much more watchable than all other lock-down era award shows. There were still a lot of stars. Many were pre-taped in chats about their favorite shows and movies. The presenters offered compliments […]

Review: Little Women

Many American classic books have already become feature films. Little Women is one such novel that has many big-screen adaptations. Little Women from Greta Gerwig is the latest interpretation putting a 21st-century spin on this late 19th-century story. The film received a Best Picture nomination and belonged amongst the best of 2019. Now out to buy and […]

Review: Marriage Story

The complexities of relationships are the cornerstone of great filmmaking. The best writers can craft characters with enough tension, drama, and engagement they can just sit in a room and talk. Noah Baumbach penned and directed a simplistic approach to complex characters. Marriage Story shares the details of divorce between two imperfect people, Nicole and […]

Oscar Nominations 2020: Complete List [UPDATED]

An Oscar statue is pictured at the press preview for the 91st Academy Awards Governors Ball, Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. The 91st Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, Feb. 24. at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Here we go! The most anticipated nominations of the year are finally in, the Oscars Nominations 2020! To be honest, this list is not unexpected, but there are a few highlights, surprises, and snubs. Highlights The Best Picture category, for the second year in a row, features a film also nominated for Best Foreign Language […]

Review: Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari brings us back to a time of great American innovation. Before we trusted computer algorithms and data analytics to build the perfect systems, we trusted the feelings of an expert. This film brings us back to understanding how the American drive to win can create the greatest stresses, but can also create […]

Review: Knives Out

Who really killed Harlan? Why would someone kill an old man on his birthday? Who wants his money? I suspect foul play… Knives Out is an updated whodunit, yet carries all the tropes of classic caper tales. This film captures the essence of the mystery genre while adding in comedy. The story centers on the […]