Welcome to your Netflix Streaming Report for September 11, 2014. After the long week you deserve a relaxing staycation with a bowl of popcorn, a bucket of ice cream, and only your Netflix queue to judge you. This past week, Netflix Watch Instant has been kind enough to supply us with The Blacklist, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Filth, All is Lost, and more, which you’ll find after the break. Continue reading
Welcome to The Streaming Report for March 5, 2014, a weekly feature that suggests newly uploaded Netflix Instant movies and shows that may tickle your fancy. After the long week on the grind you deserve a relaxing staycation with a bowl of popcorn, a bucket of ice cream, and only your Netflix queue to judge you. This past week, Netflix has been kind enough to supply us with Roman Holiday, Can’t Hardly Wait, Capote, Night of the Living Dead, and more you’ll find after the break. We hope The Streaming Report will bring you hours of entertainment for your viewing pleasure.
Read?! Read?! Who reads these days?! But when it comes to these great screenplays, I would suggest that you should take the time to peruse through some of these great pieces of writing. From Inception to The Social Network, Raindance.org has gifted audiences with 9 of the 10 screenplays nominated this year for the Oscar. Click on the raindance link to get the chance to download the screenplays.
The 83rd Academy Awards will be airing tonight on ABC at 730 CST and I will be bringing you the winners as they are presented live (you’ll have to refresh the page throughout the night if you stay with me). I’ll also be putting in my two cents and just trying to enjoy my night as this will be a pretty exciting awards show. Not only do we get the first co-ed co-hosts, Anne Hathaway and James Franco, but the youngest ever too. I am also excited to see what Banksy will have in store if he will crash the award show or not.
To see who has won thus far, keep reading after the jump!
With only a matter of hours before the biggest awards ceremony in the film industry takes place, I have just a few predictions to get out of the way to set in stone bragging rights if I am to guess these awards correctly. If I get them wrong, then you can just tell me to shove it. The 83rd Annual Academy Awards can be seen on ABC tonight at 5/4 CST and the ceremony starts 830/730 CST. Without further ado take a gander after the jump to see who I believe will take the Oscar tonight!
The 2011 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards have passed, but I found this great art from the event brochure that showcases illustrations from Adam Simpson. Last year’s best picture nominee art was created by Travis Coburn and can be seen here. To view the great simplistic images for the BAFTA best picture nominees keep reading after the jump!
Lacking the opportunity to gain screeners or press screenings makes it slightly more difficult to fit in the time or budget to see every movie that comes out within a year. Sometimes you just have to buck up and watch a lot of damn movies; that’s what the Internet is for. With less than one week until the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, I felt that it is my duty to share with you my thoughts on last years motion pictures.
The year was 2010 and a whole lot of nothing was going on in the cinema world; there were the really good and then there were the really bad. Hardly any movies in 2010 were sub-par, but to create a list of the best was really hard to determine. So what films did I love and what films did I hate? Find out after the break to see who made my best and worst movie lists of 2010!
A brilliant UK graphic artist, Tom Muller, decided it would be best to utilize the Coen Brother’s extensive film catalog to create an infographic to depict how all the actors relate to one another. You can check out Tom’s site HelloMuller and check the infographic after the jump to see the well done chart.
College Humor can be hit or miss depending on their target. This True Grit literal translation for Jeff Bridge’s dialogue as Rooster Cogburn is a hit; obviously that’s why I am posting it. I could tell what he was saying when I saw the film, but it is just funnier to imagine what he is saying with his mumbling speech subtitles in this video. Check it out after the break!