There was a time when you could root for favorite movies to win Oscars without any inclination that they didn’t stand a chance. Now there are all kinds of channels, whether on the Internet or in more traditional media, constantly reminding us what nominees have the best odds — which actors are front-runners and which are longshots and which are hardly being discussed at all. These… Continue reading Which Oscar Nominee Do You Most Want to Win This Year?
Remember when everyone was declaring that 2015 was going to be the most ridiculous summer for geeky movies ever? What with The Avengers 2, Batman vs. Superman, and a new Star Wars? Well, we already knew Star Wars had slid out of that season, and now another titan has dropped out of the running: the still untitled Batman vs Superman movie has been delayed a… Continue reading 'Batman vs. Superman' Delayed a Year; Will Now Hit Theaters May 6, 2016
Lowe Lintas topped the chart with a total of 160 points. Effie Client of the Year award went to Hindustan Unilever. Grand Effie was picked up by Ogilvy & Mather
Sohini Sen | Mumbai | January 17, 2014
Just a month ago, I devoted a column to telling you why 2015 could be the biggest year for geek-friendly movies in Hollywood history. And while all that’s all well and good, a quick look at the slate of movies that will have to tide us over until the greatest year ever begins reveals at least one recurring theme in the 2014 cinematic calendar: next… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Why 2014 Will Be a Risky Year for Geeky Movies
Another year gone, another assortment of big-screen missteps made that should never be repeated again. We get an incredible amount of new releases each and every year, so of course not every film can be a box office hit or Academy Award contender, but the upside to that is there’s always an opportunity to learn from the mistakes.
In an effort to make 2014 a better year for film than ever… Continue reading 10 Things Hollywood Should Retire in the New Year