I’m using this series as a motivation to take a look at all of the Best Picture winners from the past 86 Academy Awards. This may take awhile… In honor of March of the Coens, I wanted to take another look at No Country for Old Men. While Joel and Ethan Coen have been nominated numerous times, with four of their films earning Best Picture nominations, this was their biggest winner. Not only did it take home Best Picture but it also scored three other wins among its 8 nominations. The Coens had the prestigious honor of winning three top awards – Picture, Directing, and Adapted Screenplay.
To celebrate French Toast Sunday’s 5th birthday, we will be counting down some of our favorite films from 2010 to 2014. By using a ranked score from our collective lists, we determine the overall highest rated choices. See our list of favorite comedies from the past five years.
To celebrate French Toast Sunday’s 5th birthday, we will be counting down some of our favorite films from 2010 to 2014. By using a ranked score from our collective lists, we determine the overall highest rated choices. First up, we take a look at our favorite Sci Fi films from the past five years.
In an attempt to stick to our movie-related New Years resolutions, Jess and I plan to keep a weekly record of our progress towards our goal. Jess was on vacation last week so here is the updated look at the past two Resolution weeks. You can also check out our initial resolutions post here.
Welcome to FTS’ brand new feature Word Around the Campfire where all of the FTS’ contributors take turns answering the question or topic of the month. We start off our feature by discussing which movies made us fall in love with film.
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