The Marvelous Brie Larson — #7

Welcome to the seventh and final edition of my latest Actor Profile, The Marvelous Brie Larson, a monthly series that has revolved around the silver screen performances of one of my favorite actresses. All good things have to come to an end, and as spotty as the posts have been I hope you've enjoyed the … Continue reading The Marvelous Brie Larson — #7

#OscarsSoPredictable

On Sunday, February 26, the spectacularly cavernous enclave that is the Dolby Theatre plays host to yet another parade of pretty people in expensive garb and jewelry, boasting all sorts of hair-do's (and don'ts), sharing a laugh over that one time they embarrassed themselves in front of their director -- generally doing things to humanize … Continue reading #OscarsSoPredictable

The 88th Academy Awards: What did we learn, anything?

Like an M. Night Shyamalan plot twist Chris Rock did in fact show up to host the 88th Academy Awards, and the event did go off without a hitch -- no crazed protestor drove their car into the Dolby Theater anyway. This night wasn't at all Billy Crystal-y; this was definitely more Degeneres-ish with Rock shouting loudly … Continue reading The 88th Academy Awards: What did we learn, anything?

Brooklyn

Release: Wednesday, November 4, 2015 (limited) [Theater] Written by: Nick Hornby Directed by: John Crowley For future generations, when kids look up the word 'nostalgia' in the dictionary, they'll just see a poster of The Force Awakens beside it. And, you know, that's cool. I can't say that would be a poor definition. I guess what I'd like … Continue reading Brooklyn