La La Land leads the pack with twelve nominations as the nominations were announced for the 22nd Annual Critics Choice Award by The Broadcast Film Critics Association.
Winners will be announced on December 11th as T.J. Miller hosts which will be broadcasted by A&E.
The complete list of nominations linking to their reviews:
Within any city in America there are exactly three things: a court house with a flag on top of it, a church with a cross on top of it and a restaurant with two golden arches on top of it. When you think about American cuisine, as sad as this might sound (and it is very sad), one of the first restaurants that automatically pop into your head is McDonald’s. You simply can’t have America without McDonald’s and The Founder tells the tale of how the home of the Big Mac all started. Sadly, the film could have used that secret sauce …Read More
After 4 years, J.A Bayona is back. After helping Naomi Watts earn an Oscar nomination for his disaster film The Impossible in 2012, it was time to direct a film just in time for awards season before he directs the next Jurassic World. Based on the short story by Patrick Ness (also screenwriter for the film) which was based on an original idea by Siobhan Dowd, this story brings a sad tale with very familiar elements.Read More
August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning portrait play Fences is an exceptional play. The play was revived for Broadway back in 2010 and he latched onto this project harder than any project, film, television or play, he has ever worked on before. Washington wasn’t satisfied with just playing the lead character Troy Maxson on stage as he not only had to bring the play to the big screen but majority of the cast as well. As a film, Fences is still an exceptional play and August Wilson is ever present.Read More
In this year of 2016, you can say a great majority of our animated films has been centered on animals that could talk. Zootopia, Secret Life of Pets, Finding Dory, Ice Age: Collision Course, the list goes on and on. And now, with Illumination Entertainment’s second film released this year, Sing shows that there are much more things animation can do with anthropomorphic animals and can keep everyone smiling.Read More
At a price of $13 million an average per episode, The Crown has set a groundbreaking record as Netflix’s most expensive original series. This big-budget original delves itself into a period drama revolving around Elizabeth II’s marriage and reign in 1947 England.Read More