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The Revenant is all about DiCaprio as he leaves his blood, sweat and tears on the screen with a role that gives DiCaprio his best chance at earning his first Oscar as a damaged father out for blood on the old American frontier.
Welcome to the 2015 Golden Potato Movie Awards celebrating the best and the worst movies and performances that made 2015 a year to remember at the cinemas.
Concussion is a film about uncovering the ugly truth that will make you think twice about letting your children strap on a helmet looking for pigskin glory.
The Danish Girl may suffer from a sluggish pace, but the acting on display has to be respected.
Jennifer Lawrence may end up hearing her name called again for Oscar nominations for her work in Joy collaborating with her favorite director David O. Russell
The Hateful Eight is entertaining, but does nothing to separate itself as the 8th film in Tarantino’s library and plays more like a “best of” episode that shows the tendencies of the eccentric director.
Carol shows the road to love isn’t always pretty and perfect with a bow on top, but that’s what makes the film such an interesting and beautiful viewing experience.
The Big Short may be hard to follow at times with its fast paced wheeling and dealing business opportunities, but you stay interested due to the stellar acting from Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling and Steve Carrell.
Sisters should have been funnier with its R rated humor and especially with these two immense comedic talents like Fey and Poehler involved. Instead we are left with lame jokes that aren’t edgy and two characters we don’t really care about due to a lack of depth even by comedy standards.
The look and feel of Star Wars is back, which should bring comfort to fans left disappointed by the lifeless prequels.