Last Week Melissa McCarthy, Amy Adams, Emily Blunt and Julianne Moore moved on to the round of 16 along with Judi Dench, who beat Eva Green in the bonus match-up. This week is the men’s match of the Sweet 16! Let’s get it on! Brad’s Bracket: Jeremy’s Bracket: Liz’s Bracket: Melissa’s Bracket: Michael’s Bracket:
Last week we had Julia Roberts, Cate Blanchett, Robin Wright and Helen Mirren move on with Charlize Theron beating Anne Hathaway in the bonus matchup. This week we switch back to the men for the final men’s match up of the round of 32! Brad’s Bracket: Jeremy’s Bracket: Liz’s Bracket: Melissa’s Bracket: Michael’s Bracket:
Last Week Julia Roberts, Cate Blanchett, Robin Wright and Frances McDormand moved on with Judi Dench beating Jennifer Lawrence by a slim margin in the bonus matchup. This weeks matchups we switch gears and return to the guys…actors showdown! Let’s get it on! Brad’s Bracket: Jeremy’s Bracket: Liz’s Bracket: Melissas’ Bracket: Michael’s Bracket:
As a long-time fan of Terry Gilliam’s films, it’s been a while since one of them really resonated with me. It’s not that the films he’s directed haven’t been good, but they haven’t quite lived up to the early work with Monty Python or films like the stone-cold classic Brazil, The Fisher King or 12 Monkeys. The productions of his Read More →
In the first part of the episode, Michael’s leads the tribute to Robin Williams along with regulars Jeremy Harmon and Brad Slaton. Jeremy also pays tribute to Lauren Bacall. Andrew van den Houten, CEO and Founder of TentSquare, Modernciné, and Modern Distributors came on to discuss TentSquare and the new films ModernCine has up their sleeve…Young Adult novel fans might freak a little!
As a writer, actor, and avid reader, there are certain artists who resonate with me on a very personal level. Robert Altman is one of them. From M*A*S*H* to Gosford Park, Robert Altman’s ability to capture an audience like no other. His passion for truth and realism is tough to match these days. He is a legend in the business Read More →