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If you took a shot every time you read “Hollywood has a misogyny problem” in 2017, you would be long dead. That doesn’t mean it’s not a point worth belaboring — on the contrary, if the past year of entertainment news has taught us anything, it’s that s…

So, thought you could take a break from awards for just one day? Guess again. Last night, the Golden Globes handed out the hardware, and “Lady Bird” took home two big prizes — Best Comedy and Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Pictu…

There was a time when documentary filmmaking felt a little bit like the red-headed stepchild of the film industry, and, to be sure, they still tend not to challenge fiction features at the box office unless they’re furiously topical political man…

I’m right on top of things calendar-wise, right?… I could have easily posted a best top ten list in November, as I had seen most of what I wanted to see, but being a little late to the party meant that I could re-watch, ponder, decipher, what rea…

Everyone needs a bit of distraction from staying away from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” spoilers. One way you can do that is by going through our Best Films Of 2017, and once you’ve done that,  you might want to see how it stacks up aga…

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the 15 films selected for the Documentary Oscar shortlist this evening. Documentary branch members will now select the five nominees from these 15 finalists that will vie for this honor at the 9…

If you were up late last night, you might’ve seen a somewhat heated debated unfold on Film Twitter, about whether or not television could be considered in the category of Best Movies. On the one hand, there are some series which expand beyond the…

Each year, David Erlich, senior film critic at Indiewire gets out his computer and spends hours cutting together a video tribute to his favorite films of previous twelve months. You might not agree with the pics, but the celebration of the year in cine…

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association handed out their year-end awards today anointing “Call Me By Your Name “ as Best Picture and it’s director, Luca Guadagnino, Best Director in a tie with Guillermo del Toro. The organization als…