Lupita Nyong’o

Dec 31 2016

Review: “The Jungle Book”

Jon Favreau has his passion projects, and then he has his passion projects. Take his last film, “Chef”, a fairly light under-the-radar dramedy with the writer/director in the starring role as a sought after culinary wizard who departs from a trendy high-end restaurant to open a food truck. Now look at “The Jungle Book”, an […]
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Apr 14 2016

The Jungle Book (2016)

From the second the lights go all the way down after the trailers are over and the theater’s “Feature Presentation” bumper has played, we’re brought into a world of nostalgia by Disney’s current logo having undergone a facelift. Well, it’s really a reverse-facelift; the 10-year-old, computer-animated, firework-laden Cinderella Castle opening has been entirely redone to […]
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Dec 22 2015

Star Wars – Episode VII: The Force Awakens (Eddie’s review)

As it says in my bio, my first solid childhood memory is being in a movie theater, squealing with delight while the X-Wings skimmed the trench in 1977’s Star Wars (not bearing its A New Hope secondary title).  This was probably the first movie I loved through and through, soon amassing a collection of figurines […]
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Dec 16 2015

GUEST REVIEW: Star Wars – Episode VII: The Force Awakens

DC Filmdom note: Josh Hylton is a dear friend and fellow WAFCA member. Sadly, he’s made the announcement that he’s retiring at the end of this year, so we at DC Filmdom have asked him to do a guest review for us. We have posted this in a fashion similar to his reviews on his […]
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Dec 9 2013

2013 WAFCA Awards: “12 Years A Slave” Prevails

This morning, The Washington, DC Area Fim Critics Association announced its winners for 2013. The choices were particularly tough this year, but ultimately “12 Years A Slave” proved to be the complete package as the most emotionally charged and challenging film of 2013. Winning Best Film, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Ensemble, Best Adapted […]
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