Reel Talk: 2020 Oscar Winners Predictions

The time has finally come for me to perfectly predict all 24 categories of the Oscars, without any margin for error whatsoever. So, if you’re serious about winning your Oscar pool, look no further than my final picks below for the 93rd Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress: Laura Dern (Marriage Story) From her Screen Actors … More Reel Talk: 2020 Oscar Winners Predictions

Reel Talk: 2019 Oscar Predictions 

We’ve reached the end of January, which means it’s time for my annual Oscar nomination predictions. Assuming my thoughts are correct, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are poised to announce some interesting nominations — especially for films which may not have received attention in previous years. Without further ado, these are my … More Reel Talk: 2019 Oscar Predictions 

Film Review: Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga dive all the way in for Oscar contender, ‘A Star is Born’

“I’M OFF THE DEEP END, WATCH AS I DIVE IN, I’LL NEVER MEET THE GROOUUUUNND!” ~ live recording of me scream-singing along to your future Oscar winner for Best Original Song, “Shallow.” But this isn’t a song review (all though, if I’m being honest, it partly is), it’s a review of A Star is Born. … More Film Review: Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga dive all the way in for Oscar contender, ‘A Star is Born’

Reel Talk: With its latest announcement, the Academy is making some huge mistakes

The Academy Awards is something near and dear to my heart. I watch it every year, eagerly consuming articles, talk shows, and general awards buzz to help make my predictions for who will take home Hollywood’s most prestigious prize. It’s my Superbowl, and I love every second of it. The Academy’s announcement Wednesday morning sent … More Reel Talk: With its latest announcement, the Academy is making some huge mistakes

Film Review: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ raises moral questions in the face of grief and forgiveness

Grief manifests itself in any number of ways — anger, denial, sadness, even apathy. In the case of Mildred Hayes in writer/director Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” her grief takes the form of an advertisement on three billboards situated outside — you guessed it — Ebbing, Missouri. Following the brutal death of her … More Film Review: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ raises moral questions in the face of grief and forgiveness