Tag: Academy Awards

Bootleg City, Music

Bootleg City: Bread in Las Vegas, July ’97

Let there be Bread. (Sorry, I don't have any Phish. You'll have to ask Jesus about those bootlegs.)...

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No Concessions: Oscar Fury

On the road to Academy Award gold....

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Deserving Wins & Thankless Victories: Moore, Redmayne, and the Curse of the Transformation Award

Call the roles "Oscar-bait" if you must, but often the winners lose just as much....

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No Concessions: My Oscar Ballot, 2014 Edition

Let's crack this thing wide open....

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No Concessions: “American Sniper”

Six shots at Oscar gold....

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No Concessions: My Oscar Ballot

One-stop shopping for your Academy Award needs....

Film, Revival House

Revival House: 2014 Oscar Predictions

Jeff Johnson weighs in with his annual Academy Award predictions....

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No Concessions: The Contenders

The table is set for awards season....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “Life of Pi”

Life of Pi is a technical miracle and a spiritual wonder....

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No Concessions: The Best of Everything

It's showtime! Oscars, Top Ten 2012, and the greatest movies ever made....

Film, Revival House

Revival House: 2013 Oscar Predictions

With the Academy Awards coming up, Jeff Johnson weighs in with his annual Oscar predictions....

Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday Special Edition! Best Original Song, 1982

After a two-year hiatus, Kelly Stitzel's Soundtrack Saturday returns! This week, she takes a look at the Best Original Song Oscar nominees...

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No Concessions: Oscar Nominations

Argo love yourself--you're a nominee!...

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “Chariots of Fire”

Chariots of Fire runs on into your living room with a special edition Blu-ray....

Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “Footnote”

Israel's Oscar nominee is no also-ran....

Film, Popdose

No Concessions: Top 10 for 2011

Hang on for my picks for last year's best movies. Before, you know, the other thing tonight....

Film, Revival House

Revival House: 2012 Oscar Predictions

With the Academy Awards coming up, Jeff Johnson weighs in with his annual Oscar predictions....

Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2012”

The popular shorts program opens The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore and all the rest this year....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “The Apartment”

Billy Wilder's classic film arrives on blu-ray....

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The 2012 Oscar Nominations

Extremely loud and incredibly close analysis. ...

Film, No Concessions

No Concessions: An Open Letter to Al Pacino

Al, don't hang up. We need to talk about these movies of yours....

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Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “Project Nim”

The Oscar-winning director of "Man on Wire" returns with a documentary that's in no way monkey business....

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Basement Songs: 52 Saturday Nights, Film

Basement Songs: “Of Mice and Men”

Scott Malchus reflects on the original film adaptation of John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" in this week's Basement Songs....

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Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday Special Edition! Best Original Song, 2001

In the last installment of her Best Original Song special series, Kelly Stitzel takes a look at the year in which Dylan won an Oscar and...

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Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “Thelma & Louise” at 20

Bob Cashill goes on the road again with Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis as they hit Blu-ray....

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Film, Revival House

Revival House: 2011 Oscar Predictions

With the Academy Awards coming up, Jeff Johnson weighs in with his annual Oscar predictions....

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: An Oscar Nominee You Can’t Refuse

Meet Jacki Weaver, the Oscar-nominated star of Animal Kingdom...but don't get too close, Bob Cashill cautions....

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Film, No Concessions

No Concessions: “Unknown” Quantities

Liam Neeson wants to know who he is in Unknown. Characters in Another Year would rather be someone else. Bob Cashill analyzes...