With the historic 70th BAFTAs this Sunday, let’s run down the year’s nominees.
It’s not in any way a “good” film, but Hacksaw Ridge is one hell of a watch, nonetheless.
A Dog’s Purpose appeases its masters, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter shambles past an indifferent audience, Gold is more of a polished turd, it’s Oscar Nomination Bump Time, and Other Box Office News.
Rogue One Rogue Won, Collateral Beauty got into a severe pile-up, Fences built a solid foundation, and Other Box Office News.
The Office Christmas Party is well-attended, La La Land makes Lo Lo Lots of Money, expansions subjugate the chart, and Other Box Office News.
Nothing came out, nothing really happened, and Other Potential Excuses to Not Do This Self-Indulgent Writing Exercise.
Moana knows how far it’ll go, Allied is betrayed, Bad Santa 2 lets its predecessor down, lets its family down, but, most importantly, it lets itself down, Lion makes its way back home, and Other Box Office News.
Fantastic Beasts and Mediocre Box Office Takings, on The Edge of Seventh, Bleed for This spills its claret all over the chart, Nocturnal Animals will chew you up, and Other Box Office News.
Arrival is here to take your money, it’s not Almost Christmas, Shut In gets shut out, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk to the bank, and Other Box Office News.
Doctor Strange resuscitates the Box Office, Trolls can’t stop the feeling, Hacksaw Ridge is showered in dismembered bits of cash, Loving in the Moonlight, and Other Box Office News.