Been a movie fan my entire life. Got interested in showbiz awards while in high school and have been following them with zeal. On a personal mission to watch every single Oscar-winning feature film in my lifetime, regardless of what categories it won.
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Since Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon are alternating the lead roles in The Little Foxes, couldn’t that split the consensus among Tony nominators and result in neither of them getting nominated?
Alex Meyer replied to the topic How Did "The Jungle Book" win Best Visual Effects over "Dr. Strange?" in the forum Movies 4 hours, 39 minutes ago
The Jungle Book immediately cemented itself as the winner upon its release because of the fact that it created an entire realistic-looking world for a film shot entirely on a soundstage.
Alex Meyer started the topic Elizabeth Banks’s 10 Highest Rated Films On Rotten Tomatoes in the forum Movies 4 hours, 47 minutes ago
Power Rangers comes out tomorrow, so Rotten Tomatoes is taking a look at one of its stars, Elizabeth Banks, by counting down her 10 highest rated movies on the site. Here they are.
1. Love & Mercy—91%
3. The 40-Year-Old Virgin—85%
4. The Hunger Games—84%
5. Pitch Perfect—80%
6. Role Models—78%
8. Definitely, Mayb…[Read more]
Beginning May 1, Jesse Green will take over from Charles Isherwood as the second theater critic at the New York Times. http://www.playbill.com/article/jesse-green-named-theatre-critic-for-new-york-times
Javier Munoz returns to Hamilton tomorrow. http://www.playbill.com/article/javier-munoz-sets-date-for-return-to-hamilton-on-broadway
“Mommie Dearest” was the best episode of the series so far!! Right now, I’m finding myself siding more and more with Bette Davis in this feud between her and Joan Crawford. Granted, neither woman has made themselves 100% sympathetic, but Davis’ antics like installing a Coca-Cola machine just to spite Crawford is child’s play compared to what Craw…[Read more]
The recent Off-Broadway revival of Sweet Charity starring Sutton Foster may transfer to Broadway next season. http://www.broadway.com/buzz/187969/sweet-charity-with-sutton-foster-may-play-broadway-next-season/
Alex Meyer replied to the topic Did Frasier deserve to win five consecutive awards for Comedy Series? in the forum Television 5 days, 9 hours ago
Lisa Kudrow did win a well-deserved Emmy for that season. And then Jennifer Aniston would win a few years later for season 8 (where Rachel is pregnant) , which is also the season that the show FINALLY won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Alex Meyer replied to the topic Did Frasier deserve to win five consecutive awards for Comedy Series? in the forum Television 5 days, 11 hours ago
Friends shockingly didn’t get nominated for its third and fourth seasons (considered by many fans like myself to be among the show’s best). If they had been nominated, I honestly think they could have dethroned Frasier in those years, even though Frasier still produced many of its greatest episodes during that time period as well.
Wide Release Films:
Beauty And The Beast—71%
The Belko Experiment—48%
Limited Release Films:
After The Storm—98%
Atomica (Deep Burial)—25%
Betting On Zero—100%
The Devil’s Candy—92%
Song To Song—60%
They Call Me Jeeg—50%
Alex Meyer started the topic Emma Thompson’s 10 Highest Rated Films On Rotten Tomatoes in the forum Movies 1 week ago
Disney’s live action remake of Beauty And The Beast hits theaters tomorrow, so Rotten Tomatoes is taking a look at the 10 highest rated films of the new Mrs. Potts, aka Emma Thompson. Here they are:
1. Henry V—100%
2. Sense & Sensibility—98%
3. The Remains Of The Day—97%
4. In The Name Of The Father—94%
5. Howards End—92%
6. Much Ado About Nothi…[Read more]
Alex Meyer replied to the topic Which is worse: the Bergen/Hunt dominance of the '90s or JLD's in the 2010s? in the forum Television 1 week, 2 days ago
How? Give me more details. Just saying she was better is too vague and a weak defense.
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