Posts tagged June Squibb
MOVIE REVIEW: The Confirmation

If we were to play Word Association and you were given the name Clive Owen, what would you say?  The lucky astute of us who have followed Clive since 1998's "Croupier" have seen him play brash and gruff villains, antiheroes, and leading men.  As of the new film "The Confirmation," you have very likely never seen him play a domestic father.  Now, north of 50 years old, here's Clive Owen in a role that doesn't require, nor utilize, any of the sexy traits that made him a James Bond candidate before Daniel Craig.

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MOVIE REVIEW: I'll See You In My Dreams

Not too many films come along tailor-made for the senior demographic, and even fewer romances.  It's a shame too because none of that talent over the age of 40 has gotten worse.  If anything, they've honed their craft and waited for the right time to blossom once again.  For the lost-lost, 72-year-old Blythe Danner, the new film "I'll See You in My Dreams," an audience favorite from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, is a chance for her to emerge behind the "mom" roles from films like the "Meet the Parents" series of TV's "Will and Grace."

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OSCAR PREDICTIONS 2014: The female acting awards

It's time to make my formal predictions.  In this fifth post, we are deep into the major award categories.  Here are my picks for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress.  Stick with me and I will win you your Oscar pool.  Let's go!

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