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Saturday
Jul 30 2016

July.It's (Almost) a Wrap

We started the month off wishing Olivia de Havillanda happy centennial.She's now our oldest living Oscar winner!Then we completed ourour "halfway mark"year in reviewwhich is like a warm up for the Film Bitch Awards at years end. We'll close the month tomorrow with the Supporting Actress Smackdown of 1977.Otherwise July has been the usual array of randomness.We like a good variety at The Film Experience as long as that variety includes lots of actressing and films from multiple genres and eras.亚博主页

But about this era for a moment: the summer blockbusters have been a little rough this summer but find a smaller release to see this weekend:Miss Sharon Jonesopened yesterday;do NOT miss Viggo Mortensen inCaptain Fantasticwhich added over 400 theaters yesterday (it's now probably somewhere near you) and lives up to its title;and you might also want an opinion on the new Woody,Cafe Society,which expanded by 400+ new theaters of its own.

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Nicolas Winding Refnan interview
Q&A Oscar Free Dames & Disney Filmsanswering reader questions
Cast This Auntie Mame.Who should be the bosom buddy to Tilda's eccentric aunt?
Judy: "The Man That Got Away"three filmed versions of the classic song
Gentlemen Prefer Blondessweet & sour
Three Womenstill can't get over this very 60s very honey-blonde photograph
Everybody Wants Some!!70s sitcom style

7 That Spurred the Most Conversation
Trailer:La La Land(2016)yes no maybe so...or in this case yaaaaas
Working Girl(1989)better than you remembered it!
Garry Marshall (RIP)let's rethink that career
Who Deserves an Honorary Oscar?an FYC list for the Academy
Margot Robbie's Beautyand other hot topics
Emmy Nominationssame as it ever was i.e.mostly the same with a couple new flourishes wherever they were forced to make some changes due to departing shows
Oscar Chart Updatesthe crystal ball is still cloudy

1977 Celebration to get you in the mood for the Smackdown tomorrow
A gallery ofmagazine covers from 1977,Diane Keaton inLooking for Mr Goodbar,revisiting childhood "classics"likePete's Dragon,the Oscar beloved (but not) ballet soap operaThe Turning Point,what didthe Golden Globes love that year?,Islands in the Streamstarring both The Bahamas and George C Scott (in that billing order),the James Bond flickThe Spy Who Loved Mehad a memorable villainous HQ,Great cinematography inJuliaandClose Encounters of the Third Kind,Olivia de Havilland appeared inthe disaster flickAirport '77,andOscar's animated short nomineesstarred a claymation Jimmy Carter.

Coming in August
New Movies: Meryl & Hugh in FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS,the all star SUICIDE SQUAD,Laika's KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS,and the reimagination of PETE'S DRAGON.Interviews: Diane Kruger,theMorris From Americateam,and hopefully more;Big News: the announcement  of the Academy's Honorary Oscar recipients for 2016;Restorations: HOWARDS END;Retrospectives: the films of 1984 (our "year of the month"),and a return to our "Swing,Tarzan,Swing!"series to wrap it up with three final episodes.

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