Tag: La La Land

DC TV: Flash’s Musical, Legends of Tomorrow’s Betrayal

Last night, Flash gave Barry and Kara a reason to sing, and the not-so-legendary knuckleheads on Legends of Tomorrow let the reality-altering McGuffin fall into the wrong hands. But, hey, they also met J.R.R. Tolkien […]

My Somewhat Snarky Oscar Predictions: Is It Too Late to Just Give Everything to “San Junipero”?

The Oscars are tonight. I’ve got to get my picks out asap. So, here they are [shocker: I’m predicting a big night for La La Land, aka, Academy voter catnip]: ABOVE THE LINE CATEGORIES Best […]

My Obligatory Oscar Nominations Reaction Article

La La Land, one of the biggest (and, might I add, best) pieces of Oscar bait in recent memory is now tied with Titanic and All About Eve for most nominations all time with 14. […]

January’s Box Office Pileup: Is This All Because of The Force Awakens?

The question of whether or not there are too many movies in theaters this month certainly qualifies as a first-world problem of the highest degree. Nonetheless, it is a question worth pondering, especially after notable […]

Box Office: Just How High Could La La Land Go?

It’s good to be anyone connected to La La Land right about now. Awards bodies are falling over themselves to shower the film with trophies (a record-setting 7 at the Golden Globes) and nominations (11 […]

Appreciating the Total, But Enjoyable Bullshit of The Golden Globes

Isabelle Huppert, nominated for her French film Elle and widely considered to be an also-ran up against Natalie Portman and Amy Adams, actually winning Best Actress-Drama? The Night Manager’s British stars Tom Hiddlestone and Hugh […]

My Favorite 15 Films of 2016

2016 was just the worst. Here are 15 films that made it a little better. Why 15 instead of the standard 10? Because I just had to be different, that’s why. Deal with it. #15 – […]

Film Review: The Romance and Realism of the Flawless La La Land

Sometimes you walk into a film that just feels like it was designed exclusively for you. Watching Damien Chazelle’s exuberant, melancholy-tinged La La Land, it felt as though someone took everything I could potentially love […]

Box Office: There Are No Blockbusters Among This Year’s Likely Oscar Nominees. So What?

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is in a tough spot. The ratings for the Oscars telecasts have been trending down in any year not hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. ABC leveraged this in their […]