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So, I batted .385. That’s not really good. But I’m always better at the Oscars (I was 2 for 3 last year), so I’ll always have that, I guess.
Once again, it’s time for the Golden Globes, or as I like to call them, “Pimp My Oscar Campaign.”
Good news for Forster and Hackford (sort of). Mann and Gondry, not so much.
The Producer’s Guild of America Noms came out yesterday and shocked, um, nobody. Whoever wins this is 80% likely to win Best Picture.
Was it a good year for film? Not exactly. Was it a bad year? Maybe. Was there still stuff worth seeing? Definitely. Will I stop talking like Robert Evans? Read the article.
You just can’t get away from partisan politics in an election year. Even during the summer. Even at the movies.
The show is very much like an 80’s version of The Wonder Years without Daniel Stern and with a much richer supporting cast of characters.
Like Final Destination with Gregory Peck and a plot.