What a cast this film has! Looking like a truly epic version of Cluedo in all honesty, will be looking forward to seeing this film which is due for UK release on 29th November. Daniel Craig as a detective and Chris Evans swearing is certainly something that I can easily get behind!
Bridget must return back home to Chicago to help her brother Nick and father Burt as they struggle to deal with how Ruth is declining in her battle with Alzheimer’s.
Again this year nine films have been nominated for the top award of Best Picture, always creating good talking points around film as people can often never understand why some were nominated and then go onto win. I think this year is actually pretty strong and a decent range, but I will get more into each individual film.
Let’s have one last look at each of the films that have been nominated . . .
In the 1960s a mute cleaner Elisa forms a very unique relationship with a creature that is being held captive in a top-secret research facility.
B-Rabbit a young rapper is struggling to come to terms with every part of his life, as he must constantly battle with his Mother’s drinking problem, protect his friends and overcome his stage fright.
Next up in the Oscar preview is looking at the performances which have been nominated for Best Supporting Actor. This race has heated up a little bit over the past few weeks after everyone thought it was a clear run for Ali.
Remind yourself of the nominees and don’t forget to say who you want to win!
The true story of Richard and Mildred Loving an interracial couple who were punished in Virginia for being together. The fight they must endure for their love to be recognised will eventually change America.