This review will attempt to be spoiler free and vague when mentioning plot details. We can make no promises about the comments. I also want to warn everyone to heed the Parental Guidance rating, as I have yet to hear of a kid under ten that hasn’t left the theater crying in terror1.
The results are in on this year’s Academy Awards. The award for Best Picture went to CODA, an AppleTV+ release, which won in all three of its nominated categories. The most nominated film, The Power of the Dog (Netflix) took home only Best Director. Denis Villenuve’s Dune took home 6 awards out of 10 nominations, giving it the greatest number of wins for the year. After Dune and CODA, the only film to win more than one award was The Eyes of Tammy Faye, which took home two. Trey Hooks and I should discuss CODA in the 99 Years, 100 Films podcast on September 28, 2027, which will be episode 94 in a 99 episode run.
Trey and Blaine look at a realistic crime film.
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We can only hope that 2022 takes a turn for the better. Meanwhile, SF and Fantasy is coming repeatedly to a screen near you. We have a list of some of the new shows and movies you might want to watch in the next twelve months:
(Subject to frequent updates as new series come to my attention. Did I miss any?)