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Betting on the 2020 Oscars

Long gone are the days when betting was all about sports. Any major event is now a good opportunity for punters to try their luck and the Oscars make no exception. Actually, betting on the Academy Awards is getting more […]

Betting on the 2020 Oscars

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Long gone are the days when betting was all about sports. Any major event is now a good opportunity for punters to try their luck and the Oscars make no exception. Actually, betting on the Academy Awards is getting more […]

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John Waters’ ‘Mr. Know-IT-All’  Book premiers at Atomic Books

On Saturday night the line in front of the Atomic Books’ store, on Falls Road, in Hampden (Hon), curved around the block. I had a strong feeling of deja

Award-winning actor Matthew Sauvé to write and star in his own feature film

Looking at Matthew, an influential and critically acclaimed personality remembered as ‘Travis’ from One Night Stand, one could infer that Matthew Sauvé is just a big Hollywood star. But

John Waters, as a visual artist, featured at the Baltimore Museum of Art 

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), presented on Tuesday “John Waters: Indecent Exposure.” It is the first major retrospective of the visual arts of the iconic filmmaker in his hometown

Are we out of love with the cinema?

In 2017, movie theatre attendance hit a 25-year low. Theatre admissions in North America dropped 5.8 percent to 1.24 billion last year, the lowest attendance since 1992. A number of

A book about critical movie watching and more

Did you ever go to a movie and say to yourself: “Boy, that was a stinker!” Recently, that was my exact feeling after watching the fiasco, “The Mummy.” I thought,

Die Hard buzz kill: Fans ruining movies

Have you ever gone to a movie, liked it, and then gone online to check out thoughts from “the common man” on its IMDb message board? Chances are, you’ve found

EU opens antitrust case against Hollywood studios

Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. find themselves in a European drama. On Thursday the European Union (EU) opened an antitrust

Mad Max Fury Road: The greatest film romance in a decade

There are no declarations of love, or even declarations of fondness. There’s no sex, no smooching, and not even any flirting. They don’t have a cute first meeting, and

If you don’t like The Hobbit your life is probably terrible

The modern world is a cruel dystopia of relentless crushing banality. Our jobs are boring, our social lives have been commodified into barren online networks, and our culture is

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