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Audrey’s Top 100 Films of the 2000s: #80-61

80. The Impossible (J.A. Bayona, 2012) The Impossible takes a terrifying real-world disaster and brings it to life on a staggering scale — not just the event itself, but the devastating aftermath full of brutal injuries and desperate searches for loved ones. The Bennett family…

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EE BAFTAs 2019 Winners

Joanna Lumley hosted the 72nd British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) and didn’t miss the opportunity to take a dig at the host-less Oscars – starting the evening off with “Thank goodness BAFTA actually has a host” Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite started the the night with…

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JumpCut’s EE BAFTAs 2019 Predictions

Ahead of tonight’s EE British Academy Film Awards 2019 (BAFTAs), the JumpCut team have come together to vote on who they think will be taking home the awards this evening. We held our very own awards show the other week but because we base it…

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Our Oscars 2019 Best Picture Nominee Verdicts

Earlier today the 91st Academy Awards nominees were announced, and to say they caused some conversation over on Twitter would be an understatement! We take a look back at our reviews for the 8 films nominated in the ‘Best Picture’ category this year, including Black…

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The 2019 Critic’s Choice Awards: Full List And Winners

The 24th Annual Critic’s Choice Awards presented their awards Sunday night to categories across the film and television platforms. Viola Davis presented the #SeeHer Award to Claire Foy (The Girl in the Spider’s Web, The Crown, First Man), an award given to women who persistently…

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2019 BAFTA Nominations Announced

The 2019 British Academy Film Awards nominations were announced this morning by Hayley Squires and Will Poulter on social media. The awards will take place on Sunday 10th February and will be hosted by Joanna Lumley for the second year in a row. The full…

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The 2019 Golden Globe Awards WINNERS

The Golden Globes gave us a lot to talk about! From tracking tallies on our favorite actors in anticipation for the Oscars to… a flu shot segment? The NBC televised event had its ups and downs, but most of all, it fed our ever growing…

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JUMPCUT’s Top 10 Films Of 2018

As our 2018 movie window closes, and another one for 2019 is ready to burst open. Taking a look back over the last 12 months of film and remembering all those big blockbusters, indie treasures and specialist cinema debuts are one thing, but narrowing them…

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LFF 2018: Roma

Roma may just be Alfonso Cuarón’s masterpiece. A bold way to start any review, but ‘Roma’ is a bold film, and the praise being heaped upon it already is thoroughly deserved. Cuarón’s love letter to his country and his childhood exhibits some of the most exquisite filmmaking…