Cashing in on Christian Dollars as Noah Attempts Crossover

When you think about it, it is only liberal Hollywood that has been responsible for shutting out the ever-growing population of Christian, and/or very religious potential movie goers. With purity balls taking place all over the country, the ever-widening exodus away from science...
Posted On 23 Mar 2014

Cannes Wish List, Oscar Crossover

Cannes and Oscar couldn’t be more polar opposite from each other. To make a sweeping statement about the difference, I’d say that the Oscar race isn’t about the movies: it’s about the industry that votes on the movies. Their choices illuminate who they...
Posted On 19 Mar 2014

Women and the Blockbuster Franchise

It was recently brought up on Twitter by Kim Masters discussing women and the concept of a franchise. Her point was that no one could really what Jennifer Lawrence has done with The Hunger Games movies. According to Masters: “Power in Hollywood rests with a few people...
Posted On 18 Mar 2014

The State of the Race: Where the Oscars Go when Television Starts to Lead

The times, they are changing. ¬†When True Detective aired, the buzz caught on slowly. ¬†Folks were watching it but they weren’t really REALLY watching it. Around the time of episode 4 that started to change. Suddenly, the obsession ballooned to consume a global audience. How...
Posted On 13 Mar 2014

Most Anticipated of 2014, or What We Talk About when we Talk About Oscar Predictions

The blood is just about dried on this year’s Oscar race but throughout the web are predictions for next year’s race. Yes, already. Here’s the thing. It ain’t rocket science. Early Oscar predictions aren’t some kind of magic formula – so people...
Posted On 08 Mar 2014