Top Ten's

Mark A. Silba’s Top Ten Films of 2017

In 2017, a year of peaks and valleys in my life and the community at large around me. We also had one hell of an interesting year in film. In late 2016, when looking at the long list of films to come in the forthcoming year, not many that caught my eye are part of […]

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Awards, News

90th Academy Awards Snubs and Surprises

It’s the second to last Tuesday in January and any true cinephile is nice and tired from waking up early to learn and dissect the Oscar nominations for the year prior. Like any year, hearts were broken and dreams were made and I’m here to divulge which is which. The Best Picture race this year […]

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Top 10 Most Lovable Dogs in Film

There is no denying that the dog is man’s best friend. Dogs and humans have been pals since the dawn of time, so it makes sense that dogs would star next to humans in movies too. Film is about life, and, for some of us, life is about dogs. Hence, since the beginning of cinema, […]

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News

Leonardo DiCaprio to Star in Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Movie

Leonardo DiCaprio is teaming up with Quentin Tarantino one more time, starring in his upcoming film about the Manson Family Murders. DiCaprio, whose last big-screen appearance was in Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s The Revenant, previously collaborated with Tarantino in the 2012 western Django Unchained. The director has kept to himself most details about his upcoming production, which has […]

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News

Sundance 2018: Five Films to Watch Out For

In Park City, Utah, it’s festival time once again. Sundance Film Festival kicked off today, January 18. The 10-day event will include a slate of films seeking distribution, but this process isn’t as straightforward as it once was. With box office releases competing against Netflix and Amazon originals, traditional distribution channels have been rattled by […]

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Reviews

The Post – Review

Kubrick, Scorsese, Hitchcock, Tarantino, Coppola, Griffith, Scott, Nolan; there’s little argument that Spielberg should be on the list of greatest directors of all time, but is he number one? While that debate should keep cinema-scholars busy for many more decades, I’ll give my two-cents and proclaim him as the most persistently successful. For the past […]

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