When it comes to the world of independent film, all roads lead to Sundance. Not only does the Utah-based film festival kick-start the year in indie cinema, but it’s also now a breeding ground for Oscar movies. Last year’s Boyhood and Whiplash both premiered at Sundance, and have since gone on to receive multiple Oscar nominations including Best Picture. They join other recent films like Beasts of the
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On this special episode of the FanCast Movies Podcast, Erik Davis (Movies.com) and Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend.com) report live from the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, talking the fest’s best movies, performances, and moments, as well as its biggest surprises. Some of the films discussed on this episode include Nightcrawler, While We’re Young, Force Majeure, Wild Tales
In the lead-up to the
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“Game of Thrones” to
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With today’s announcement of the SAG Award nominations came a few surprise exclusions. Many are mentioning the lack of Robert Redford in the Best Actor category for All Is Lost. Others are noting that, even while deeming her voice-only performance eligible, the Screen Actors… Continue reading Your Top Three: Most Underrated Movie Performances of 2013