After all the anxiety about #OscarsSoWhite and a run of, let’s say, uninspiring films down the stretch of 2015, it should come as no surprise that last night’s Oscar broadcast was a strange one. How does an organization acknowledge it is out of touch while in the process of celebrating its actual out-of-touchness? After watching the show, I’m not entirely sure the producers knew the answer. In truth, as society continues to muddle forward, how could anyone?
Since this organization, the Academy, is so serious, we must consider the choices they now face. This is important. The 88th Academy Awards are this Sunday night. There will be winners. And everyone will want to know who they are. Enter: the Same Page Team Oscar Predictions, a tradition truly like no other.
At the time of posting, the team at the top of the English Premier League was Leicester City FC, also known as the Foxes. And if you don’t know a lot about Leicester City FC, well sit back and get comfortable.
With the 2015-16 NBA trade deadline dead and gone, it’s important to remember the Toronto Raptors still sit second in the Eastern Conference with a 35-17 record. That’s really good! Yes, that’s it. Step back inside. Close the window. Does that thing lock? Good. That’s good.
Deadpool first appeared in 1991 for Marvel Comics. Now with the release and success of his new movie, comic book films suddenly find themselves thrust back into the 90s for inspiration — for better or worse.
With “Hail, Caesar!”, the Coen brothers have created a loving and absurd tribute to a bygone era of Hollywood and movie magic. It’s a light film, but that’s OK.
Super Bowl 50 was underwhelming, but Peyton Manning at least got to go out on top.
In our new monthly feature, we take a look at the current Blue Jays roster and rank what is therein. From top to bottom, who’s hot, and who’s not? And more importantly still, who needs to be?