With the weekend coming to an end and a new year just beginning, check out how the North American box office fared. After spending the last few weeks at #1, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has been unseeded by the release of Maze Runner: The Death Cure, the only new wide release. It was only inevitable but we all know it’s keeping the spot warm until Fifty Shades Freed and Black Panther both come to theatres within the next 2 weeks. Hostiles performed exceptionally well after its first week of expansion and Hindi film Padmaavat finished in the top 10. Continue reading “North American Box Office Report (Weekend of Jan 26th)”
The London Film Critics Circle recently announced their annual awards winners.
The movie and TV winners for the 22nd Art Directors Guild Awards were awarded today. (nominees here)
After a few bad films several years back, the last few have been a Shyamalanaissance of sorts with Split being the best of those. The main draw was James McAvoy playing a character with multiple personalities. While McAvoy’s performance was the best part of the film, the film could have gone further because the trailers may or may not have implied that there would be more personalities than were shown here. (original review)
If you would like to read more about the story in which it was based, click here. This was billed to be a big contender come awards season but in reality was just disappointing. The disjointed and badly paced story made it difficult to ever get invested in the story despite Matthew McConaughey’s performance. (original review)
The American Cinema Editors have recently announced winners for their 69th Annual Eddie Awards.
Check out the full list below of what’s coming to (and leaving) Netflix Canada and the United States in February 2018.
If you would like to read my review of the last episode, click here.
Just in case you didn’t know, there’s still another Maze Runner film left.
If you would like to read my review of last week’s episode, click here.