It is refreshing to see the Academy buck the outrage culture crying over “inequality,” and it is a delight to see films we all loved get recognition in a circle that seemed to have been shrinking around more unpopular films each year.
Turning his attention to costar Leo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt went all the way back to the frigid waters of the Atlantic to take a good-natured jab at his friend.
Let’s enjoy what Hollywood produced the decade before streaming giants really disrupted the landscape.
From 1960s Hollywood glitz and glamour to Manson clan crime, Quentin Tarantino’s latest creation promises a wild and terrific ride.
Sometimes, celebrities are open and vulnerable to a fault. GQ Magazine’s recent interview with Brad Pitt definitely falls into that category.
Brad Pitt’s new ‘War Machine,’ out on Netflix in May, is part of a remarkable shift in star power towards television over the past 30 years.
‘Allied’ is a fascinating, intense film—but it would be even better if it the story’s central tension were allowed to fully percolate.
Whether we want to admit it or not, celebrities become our idols from afar. So we are happy when beautiful people are happy, and angry when they divorce.
Anyone can give voice to the voiceless, Angelina. I give absolution to the opinionless. I am woman, hear me meh.
The 2014 movies “Fury” and “Locke” discuss war and an existential crisis realistically, but without cynicism. No wonder the Academy didn’t approve.
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