Here we go again…attempting the impossible task of predicting the SAG Awards. Trying to gauge what 130,000 actors think is good, great, and best, is crazy. Add to that the number of voters who either don’t care enough to vote … Continue reading 2020 SAG Awards Predictions
Not that you shouldn’t watch all the performances, but it’s difficult, at best, to find the time. As a rule, I don’t sleep, so…here are my observations of the nominated performances. I have also reviewed (or am in the process … Continue reading 2020 SAG Awards Viewing Guide: Part 1 – Film Awards
91st Annual Academy Awards So this year I actually screened every single piece of nominated film except “Christopher Robin” (which isn’t going to win anyway), and having discussed the awards with several people in and around the voting process, and … Continue reading Jason’s Predictions and Predilections for the 91st Annual Academy Awards
Not that you shouldn’t watch all the performances, but it’s difficult, at best, to find the time. As a rule, I don’t sleep, so…here are my observations of the nominated performances. I have also reviewed many of these films separately … Continue reading 2019 SAG Awards Viewing Guide: Part 4 – Film Awards
“The Big Short” Directed by Adam McKay In trying to accurately explain, indemnify and simplify the housing and economic meltdown of 2008, “The Big Short” wildly succeeds in every way “The Wolf of Wall Street” failed. And, yes, it far … Continue reading “The Big Short”
Directed by Ridley Scott I know, I know…what the hell was I doing going to see this flick, anyway? Had an afternoon to myself in the ‘burbs and thought, what the heck. Also, I’m a believer in 3D technology and … Continue reading “Exodus: Gods and Kings”
Directed by David O. Russell I LOVED “American Hustle”. It was crisp, well-written and the acting was just impeccable. As you’d expect, Bale, Adams, and Cooper are incredible – subtle and epically of that period in NYC…and Jeniffer Lawrence could … Continue reading “American Hustle”.