By Jordan Peterson | @movieminreviews On March 4th the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be presenting the 90th Academy Awards ceremony, once again hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Which hopeful nominees will walk away with a coveted Oscar statuette and who will be snubbed of their recognition? Here are my predictions in every
Month: February 2018
By Jordan Peterson | @movieminreviews On February 20th in film history… 1927– Sir Sidney Poitier is born. Poitier is the first black actor to win an Academy Award for Best Actor. He did so in 1964 for his role in Lilies of the Field. 1952– John Huston’s African Queen hit theaters. The film, based
By Jordan Peterson | @movieminreviews It’s good to be the king. Though he’s been an important figure in comics for decades, the Black Panther made his big screen debut with 2016’s Captain America: Civil War. The Warrior-King of Wakanda made such an impression that excitement for his own solo adventure has only since grown. Now
By Jordan Peterson @movieminreviews What did you think of Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built? Were you disappointed or pleasantly surprised? I want to hear from you so hit me up in the comments below!
By Jordan Peterson | @movieminreviews On February 12th in film history… 1914– The Squaw Man is released. The film marks the directorial debut for legendary director Cecil B. DeMille (The Ten Commandments, Cleopatra) and is credited with being the first feature-length film shot in Hollywood. 1968– Josh Brolin is born. Brolin is an Academy Award
By Jordan Peterson | @movieminreviews In a darkened movie theater in 1988 is where unsuspecting moviegoers first met the maniacal killer doll named Charles Lee Ray, better know as Chucky. Thirty years and six sequels later, fans will have no further to look than their own television set to get reacquainted. According to Bloody Disgusting,
What did you think about Fifty Shades Freed? Did it make you feel anything or are you glad these films are over? I want to hear from you so hit me up in the comments below!