And so it begins… On December 10th the nominations for The Golden Globes will be officially announced and so the award season shall begin. Finally all those well anticipated films are about to arrive and as usual, we focused on five of them. And the same goes for the TV section where you’ll find five brand new TV shows to entertain you.
Are you ready? Here are December’s Finest!!
In the Heart of the Sea – For those who enjoy stylized and exciting adventures that take place in the heart of the sea…
The Big Short – For those who enjoy cynical titles about corporate crimes and biting stories about dishonesty in the workplace.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – For guys who enjoy exciting battles in space, teens who enjoy suspenseful escapades about good versus evil and well, almost anyone interested in cinema coz it’s gonna be the cultural phenomenon of the year…
The Revenant – For those who enjoy periodic adventures that deal with rivalry and rough escapades that revolver around survival and vengeance.
The Hateful Eight – For guys who enjoy tense and witty tales with anti heroes and those who enjoy captivating and rough plots taking place in the old west.
Real Rob – For people who like showbiz mockumentaries.
Telenovela – For people who enjoy funny media satires.
The Expanse – For those who love stylized and suspenseful futuristic titles.
Childhood’s End – For people who like stylized and suspenseful titles about aliens.
F Is For Family – For people who like funny titles about eccentric families.
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This year’s Oscars are coming up, so we decided to try and analyze the nominees and determine the winners while using the capabilities of our Entertainment Genome. So, what type of movies are nominated this year and what’s history trying to tell us regarding the winners in each major category? we made a genetic analysis of the winners and nominees over the past 25 years and these are the conclusions we’ve come up with. Spoilers inside???
Best Supporting Actor
Psychological, nail-biting emotional drama which is also captivating and deals with obsession, parent and child relations, hopes and ambition. These are the genes which are popular in this category to best describe Whiplash, Foxcatcher and Birdman to some extent. While Edward Norton and Mark Ruffalo‘s performances are very good, J.K. Simmons can easily be mistaken to be the lead in Whiplash since his performance is so powerful that it seems that all the focus is on him in every scene he participates. We think that the only unforgettable performance in this category belongs to Simmons.
Our prediction: J.K. Simmons
Best Supporting Actress
Many winners here come from touching, emotional and/or sentimental dramas about hope, couple relations and family relationships (Girl, Interrupted, Dreamgirls, Les Miserables). That puts Emma Stone and Meryl Streep (who’s nominated this time just because she is Meryl Streep) out of the game. Laura Dern’s role is quite small and even unmemorable and definitely not as impressive as Patricia Arquette and Keira Knightley’s. Based on past winners here we think Arquette has an advantage over Knightley.
Our prediction: Patricia Arquette
Best Adapted Screenplay
Dominant genes from the last 25 years: gloomy, emotional, misfits, clever, suspenseful, touching, society. The differences in tone between best original screenplay and best adapted screenplay are incredible. While the first is very light in tone (at least in comparison to the other major Oscar categories), the second might be the category with the most serious tone. Don’t expect to laugh or even to smile when you check out these past winners: Schindler’s List, The Pianist, A Beautiful Mind, Brokeback Mountain and 12 Years a Slave.
Our prediction: The Imitation Game
Best Original Screenplay
Dominant genes from the last 25 years: Humorous, independent, stylized, mind and soul, clever, offbeat, comedy, introspection. Suddenly the tone got much lighter. If you want to win Best Original Screenplay you should write something funny, weird, sophisticated and a bit sad about a character who’s taking an introspective look into its own mind and soul. Here are winners that prove that point: Little Miss Sunshine, Lost in Translation and American Beauty.
Our prediction: Birdman