When 94% of studio heads and 92% of studio senior management is white, the imbalance of racial representation is systemic
There’s no room for originality in 2016’s box office.
While Cameron Crowe’s star power may be fading in light of his most recent box office failure, the 90s remember him fondly with memorable films, including the autobiographical Almost Famous. […]
The first impression you get is that of confidence: A director uncommonly confident in his use of bold images to jumpstart a story.
Weren’t we young once? Weren’t we cool, or didn’t we at least feel cool? Weren’t we ambitious and spontaneous and optimistic? What happens to that feeling over time?
It’s worth noting that there is only one woman in this category whose performance was in a Best Picture nominee, compared to four out of five Best Actor nominees, and she’s not going to win. Good roles for women in Hollywood? We have a long way to go.
The only way Birdman loses this one is if Wes Anderson gets hit by a train in the next forty-eight hours.
Am I imposing too much surgical analysis onto what is essentially a kids’ movie? Probably.
Michael Cera made a pretty decent bedroom pop album. I don’t think he cares if I like it, but I do.
“You know how to whistle, don’t you Steve? You just put your lips together and blow.”