Posts Tagged ‘Coco’

MIDG 5th Annual Oscars Predictions Podcast For The 90th Academy Awards

Posted 26 Feb 2018 — by Jason A. Hill
Category Film Industry News, Film Reviews, Hollywood Beat, Movies I Didn't Get, Movies I Got

Hosted by Alan Tracy with special guests: Jason A. Hill and Ezra Stead.


The MIDG Oscars Podcast, 2017 edition.

Oscar discussion and predictions for the show Sunday night, March 4th, on ABC.




Duration: Part 1: 1 Hour, 5 Min. / Part 2: 1 Hour, 58 Min.

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Ezra’s Top 10 Favorite Movies Of 2017

Posted 24 Feb 2018 — by Ezra Stead
Category Essay, Film Reviews, Movies I Didn't Get

By Ezra Stead 

These choices don’t get any easier to make year after year, but I do become increasingly more aware of just how inconsequential they really are. I certainly hope no one reading this takes my opinions any more seriously than I do. Anyway, this year I managed to see 125 new releases, so this top ten plus the 20 constitutes roughly the top 25% of all that I saw. Just know that I really liked even more movies than that, which might account for all the superhero and/or “space battle” movies you might be shaking your fist at me for not including. I’ve also included my three least favorite movies of 2017 at the end, because life’s too short to not make fun of bad movies. Let’s do this thing!  Read More

Jonas, Hendricks, Ferguson, Ice T, Coulter, Dunn and Disney’s “Lemonade Mouth” on ABC’s The View

Posted 07 Jun 2011 — by Nicole P
Category Essay, Hollywood Beat

By Rachel Menendez  “The View” features Daytime Emmy Award-winning hosts Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd.

This week’s featured guest line up on The View is just about as varied as they come. From Larry King to Ice T and Ann Coulter to Sarah Ferguson, there is a real range of perspectives lined up to grace the sofa and small screen.

June 6 through 10 will see guests such as Mad Men star Christina Hendricks, Ice T & Coco (Ice Loves Coco), Larry King (author, Truth Be Told), Sarah Ferguson (Finding Sarah), Ann Coulter (author, Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America) and musical guest Ronnie Dunn (“Bleed Red”). Read More