What It’s Like to Watch Every 2020 Oscar-Nominated Film, Volume Four

To wrap up the final volume of this year's Oscars roundup, I'm going to breeze through a few expected—and thus a tad uninspired—nominees for Best Picture; in their own ways, both 1917 and Ford v Ferrari told stories that were familiar and match what the Academy tends to reward (cue eye roll). I'll also cover … Continue reading What It’s Like to Watch Every 2020 Oscar-Nominated Film, Volume Four

What It’s Like to Watch Every 2020 Oscar-Nominated Film, Volume Two

The last Avengers, the last Star Wars, the last Toy Story, the second-to-last Tarantino movie, and the farewell to white alpha male protagonists? While I'm not holding breath on any of these to actually be true, the farewell (unfortunately, not The Farewell) to cinematic giants was a big theme this Oscar season. This year brought … Continue reading What It’s Like to Watch Every 2020 Oscar-Nominated Film, Volume Two