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It’s going to be an interesting awards season for a number of reasons, and one of them is the question of whether Netflix will be able to properly crack the Oscars this year. It’s no secret that the streaming giant have hoping to make an awards splash …

So, you know how Tony Stark is haunted by his involvement in making warfare easier? I mean, he is moping all across the Marvel Cinematic Universe about seeing his name on weaponry. Well, what if I told you that Tony has himself a real-life historical c…

Dee Rees has been steadily shaking up the Hollywood film industry with her critically acclaimed work in films like “Pariah” in 2011 and HBO’s “Bessie” in 2015. She continues on her streak of critical successes with “…

The epic yet intimate “Mudbound” from director Dee Rees isn’t simply about an isolated, horrific event for a single black family or even a horrific period for black people in American history. By covering an oft-overlooked era and lif…

In last year’s “The Ticket,” Dan Stevens plays a blind man, who wakes up one morning with the miraculous gift of sight. However, his ability to see the world with fresh eyes, soon finds him giving in to his selfish desires and ambitio…