On Super Bowl Sunday, while most Americans were anticipating the big game later that night, the film industry lost one of its best actors. Philip Seymour Hoffman hadn’t quite reached the level of a household name, but my guess is most people would immediately recognize him. Most recently he appeared as Plutarch Heavensbee in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, where he served as head game-maker for the Capital, but also as something of a mastermind behind the ensuing rebellion. He won an Oscar for his leading role in Capote, and earned 3 additional supporting actor nominations for roles in Charlie Wilson’s War, Doubt and The Master. He was able to be hilariously charming in Along Comes Polly and Twister, as well as disturbingly vicious in Mission Impossible III. He was without a doubt one of the best actors working in Hollywood. Continue Reading
Rant by Logan
This week we’re taking a look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2013. What were our expectations? Were they fulfilled? Or were they obliterated?
The movies I was looking forward to most this year and the movies that are my favorite from the year ended up being two pretty different lists. Here are the movies I was looking forward to the most (in no particular order)