If you want to be prepared going into Award Season, you better learn to pronounce Saoirse Ronan’s name (For the record, it’s sur-sha). Ronan stars in the adaption of Colm Toibin’s novel about a young woman who is forced to choose between her familiar home in Ireland and her new and exciting life in Brooklyn, New York. Continue reading
Emotions Run High in New “Inside Out” Trailer
Can Pixar do anything wrong???? The world premiere trailer of Pixar’s newest film, Inside Out, debuted today. Continue reading
5 Movies To Look Forward To This March
With Award Season behind us it’s time to shift focus and check out some new movies. Now these movies may not pack in all that ~awards flare~ but they are sure to hold some entertainment for a couple of hours. March has a HUGE variety of films coming out so you are sure to find something that you will like. Let’s take a look and preview what is in store!! Continue reading
The Academy Awards 2015!
And that’s a wrap on Awards Season 2015. The 87th Academy Awards were held last night with all of Hollywood’s finest in attendance. Neil Patrick Harris hosted the gig, starting off on a high note with a musical number (shocker!) with a little help from Anna Kendrick and Jack Black. After the elaborate introduction, the actors took to the stage to hand out the rest of the awards.
Oscar Predictions 2015, Who Will Win?!
The ballots for the Academy Awards are finally in. Who will win? These question and more will be answered when the Oscars air this weekend, closing out Awards Season. This Sunday, Feb. 22, the winners will be revealed. With months of campaigning behind the them, all they can do now is hope for the best. Continue reading
Selma Rises Past The Snubs
Channeling history has become immensely popular among the films this season. The range of films this season sparked a lot of buzz, channeling major figures in history. They range anywhere from a biopic of a famous scientist or following a long walk in the wild. Selma tackles a different area of history, focusing on a semi biopic of Martin Luther King Jr., and the events that took place in the south during the 1960’s. The film did its justice to create a raw energy and enough buzz to keep the conversation going. Continue reading