Tag: Leonardo DiCaprio

A Guide to Predicting Oscar Nominations

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Oscar nominations aren’t handed out randomly. The films and filmmakers that earn them tend to follow certain trends and achieve certain criteria.This guide will...

Don’t Look Up | Review

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Don’t Look Up is a modern disaster movie satire with plenty of star power and comedic moments. However, it falls short of achieving its...

2022 Oscar Snubs and Headscratchers

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The Academy Awards may be the most prestigious movie awards out there, but that doesn’t mean they always make the best decisions. Join us...

Directors’ Trademarks: Martin Scorsese

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Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. For this iteration, we are examining...

The Casual Cinecast ranks the films of Quentin Tarantino!

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In this episode, the gang decided to pass on a reviewing a certain new fast and furious movie. Instead, we time to stay home and rank...

This Week on The Casual Cinecast the Gang Talks Once Upon...

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Mike, Chris and Justin talk about The Farewell and The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Then, they dive into the newest...

Our Favorite Performances: Leonardo DiCaprio in The Aviator

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Many people were upset and disappointed this year when Leonardo DiCaprio lost his fourth and fifth Oscar (Best Actor and Best Picture for The Wolf of Wall Street which he also produced) this year to Matthew McConaughey. While I would have loved for him to win, I knew that it wasn't going to happen. The Academy tends to pick winners that make one excellent movie, like Jean Dujardin for The Artist, Halle Berry for Monster's Ball, rather than actors constantly producing knockout performances in every film. Sure, there are exceptions like Daniel Day-Lewis and Cate Blanchett, but they are rare. "Why give the gold to someone who will continue to create a career of golden performances even if they lose?" That's the Academy's mantra. I think we all know deep down that eventually Leo's Oscar curse will break and until then we will continue to watch and root for him.

Funko Reveals New Five Nights at Freddy’s Tabletop Game

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Funko has found a way to bring the iconic jump scares from the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise to your onto your table with...

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