A love triangle in the works?
With the Oscars almost upon us once again, we at Best For Film thought that we might profit from a review of some of the highlights said gushing award ceremony has provided us with over the years. For the sake of variety, this laudable list shall include both the famous and the infamous, the highs and the lows, the sugar and the bitters. Such a cocktail should be swirled in the mouth like the metaphorical marbles of Sir Laurence Olivier’s plumy tones, or alternatively expelled in disgust like a Michael Moore acceptance speech. The choice, our BFF Academy, is yours.
Steven Spielberg’s foray into the well-trodden political battlefield of the Civil War and President Lincoln’s fight to pass a bill against slavery is a predictable candidate for the Oscars, but nonetheless has many exceptional performances to applaud. Daniel Day-Lewis in particular, proves himself to be an excellent President, and makes this worthy (if turgid) drama stand out from the crowd.
Lincoln sweeps up, with Django Unchained and Argo right behind it!
Daniel Day Lewis. Still awesome. What else is new?
It’s exactly what you expect…
Wait…isn’t he that one from (insert name of invariably brilliant film here)?
Yes! everybody cheer for JGL.
The casting for Marc Webb’s Spider-Man reboot continues, with Martin Sheen in negotiations to play our hero’s Uncle Ben and double Oscar winner Sally Field in talks for the role of Aunt May.
HMV prepares its private army of security guards and riot-proofs all windows and doors in preparation for the rabid mob intent on getting their slavering, blood-caked hands on a copy of the Brothers and Sisters Season Three box set.