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Best Oscar-winners of past 10 years

Best Picture Winner: “12 Years a Slave” Runner-up: “No Country for Old Men” “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” “Moonlight” “Spotlight” “The Hurt Locker” “The Artist” “Argo” “Slumdog Millionaire” “The King’s Speech” When comparing the last 10 years of Best Picture Oscar winners, it becomes easy to narrow down
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2017 Oscar Predictions

Some of the most fun during the Oscars season comes in the predictions phase. With records tied and broken during nominations morning, the slate of films and talent up for Oscars is as fascinating as it’s been in years. While there is a long wait from the January announcement until
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Oscar Nominations Recap

The Oscar nominations for the films of 2016 were announced this past Tuesday, and there’s a lot to talk about in regard to the field of nominees. After a slow start, 2016 quickly turned into a phenomenal year of film. Independent films displayed why that sphere is still home to
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Hollywood takes step closer to irredeemability

Cutting Room Floor

This past Wednesday, a video surfaced from TMZ, showing a German Shepherd Hercules, being forced into rough waters allegedly on the set of the upcoming film “A Dog’s Purpose.” The director of the film, Lasse Hallström, tweeted that he was “very disturbed by the video,” while Amblin Partners and Universal
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Daily Californian Arts Awards: Film of 2016

T hrough the first two-thirds of 2016, the year’s landscape of film was looking absolutely horrendous. No one went out to see the brilliant independent films such as “The Lobster” and “Swiss Army Man,” and a majority of the major blockbusters, such as “Gods of Egypt” and “Independence Day: Resurgence,”
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