The 75th Annual Golden Globes Winners (FULL LIST)

Did you watch the 75th Annual Golden Globes last night?! Filled with underdog wins and pleasant surprises, it’s sure to amp up the road to the Oscars. Personally, I can’t get too emotionally invested into these lists, as 2017 has proved to stretch some boundaries and has paved a tough competition for our nominees this year. Martin McDonaugh’s controversially themed film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, … Continue reading The 75th Annual Golden Globes Winners (FULL LIST)

Film Review- Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story (2017)

“Any girl can be glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.” – Hedy Lamarr Society viewed her as too beautiful to be smart, too beautiful to be anything more than a vixen selling war bonds, or even a pioneer of science. Cruel intentions circled her, but it never really damaged Hedy Lamarr’s internal genius and pursuit for independence. It’s a … Continue reading Film Review- Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story (2017)

Film Review- All The Money In The World (2017)

My review over at JUMPCUT ONLINE. Click through the link to read! Year: 2017 Director: Ridley Scott Starring: Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer, Mark Wahlberg, Charlie Plummer Written by Jessica Peña What a treat it is to get Ridley Scott’s latest, ‘All the Money in the World,’ in the US on Christmas Day. I found a great deal of adoration in this film. Bouncing back from … Continue reading Film Review- All The Money In The World (2017)

The Women Film Critics Circle Announces Awards 2017

The Women Film Critics Circle has announced their 2017 Awards for the best movies this year by and about women, and outstanding achievements by women, who get to be rarely honored historically, in the film world. The Women Film Critics Circle is an association of women film critics and scholars from around the country and internationally, who are involved in print, radio, online and TV … Continue reading The Women Film Critics Circle Announces Awards 2017

Film Review- The Light of the Moon (2017)

In her directorial debut, Jessica M. Thompson carefully and respectively explores the aftermath of sexual assault in The Light of the Moon. In what could be the most important film by and about women this year, we are given a direct insight to a problem in our society that doesn’t get enough attention. Bonnie (Stephanie Beatriz) is a young architect in New York City. After … Continue reading Film Review- The Light of the Moon (2017)

Film Review- Last Flag Flying (2017)

My review of Last Flag Flying over at JUMPCUT ONLINE. Year: 2017 (UK: 2018) Director: Richard Linklater Cast: Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne, Steve Carell, Written by Jessica Peña We can always count on Richard Linklater to project the sincerity of human conversation onto the big screen for the world to marvel at. His unrested love for his characters is truly moving, and he manages to […] … Continue reading Film Review- Last Flag Flying (2017)

The Women Film Critics Circle Announces Awards Nominations 2017

The Women Film Critics Circle has announced their 2017 nominations for the best movies this year by and about women, and outstanding achievements by women, who get to be rarely honored historically, in the film world. The WFCC is an association of women film critics and scholars from around the country and internationally, who are involved in print, radio, online and TV broadcast media. They … Continue reading The Women Film Critics Circle Announces Awards Nominations 2017