Golden Globe 2013 Nominations Announced, Plus A Message From Our Hosts!

The Nominations are in! As selected by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) Lincoln takes the lead with seven nominations making it the most nominations any Steven Spielberg film has ever received. Les Miserables, Argo, Zero Dark Thirty also all continued their success from yesterday’s SAG Award nominations, strengthening their already strong Oscar chances. With more acting categories than the … Continue reading

Silver Linings Playbook

Plot After a stint in a mental institution Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper) is determined to get his life together reunite with his wife with the mild problem of a restraining order. He meets the equally damaged Tiffany ( Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence), a young widow and the two form a connection through their mutual … Continue reading

Breaking News: Seth Macfarlane Will Be The Host Of The 2013 Oscars

After the last two years of slight dissapointment in the Oscar host department, from Anne Hathaway valiantly trying to keep the momentum going as James Franco became more and more distant from the precedings to last year’s last minute replacement of Eddie Murphy with Billy Crystal, the Academy has just announced a more controversial choice; Seth … Continue reading

Network

    Satire at its best, Network is an unforgiving critique on the greed of the television industry. Beginning with the end of a career of long term news anchor Howard Beale (a heartbreakingly frantic Peter Finch in his last film role); due to a drop in ratings, the film goes on to illustrate the fierce ambition of … Continue reading

The Artist

In this modern day of film it is not very often that something completely fresh and surprising comes along. The Artist, a Black-and-White, silent film, by French director Michael Hazanavicius and is one such film. A breath of fresh air and a pure delight to behold it deserves every bit of the acclaim it has … Continue reading

The Help

    As far as Female ensembles go, you’d be hard pressed to find a stronger cast all year. With powerhouse performances across the board, The Help is a poignant story of discrimination and overcoming adversity based on the Bestselling book by Kathryn Stockett. Set in the early sixties, ‘Skeeter’, an aspiring writer returns home … Continue reading