Tag: David Fincher

Match Game: Best Picture Nominees & 2021 Quarterback Draft Class

Match Game: Best Picture Nominees & 2021 Quarterback Draft Class

If you follow me, you know that I have a strong love for football and film. Every year as the Academy announces their Best Picture nominees, I go back and rewatch the movies and rank them. I always do the same with each draft class. I start early in the season, and as the season … Continue reading Match Game: Best Picture Nominees & 2021 Quarterback Draft Class

Ranking 2021 Oscars Best Director

Ranking 2021 Oscars Best Director

In this weeks episode of the Music City Drive-In podcast we talked about the Supporting categories for the upcoming Oscars. Who we thought was going to win and who could play potential spoiler, and you can listen to that below. https://open.spotify.com/episode/5ZaRlYq7aM7NRPlcVNhqYl?si=23uVSrqrRVagPU2o4u0_tQ I wanted to have a little fun with both categories and I will do … Continue reading Ranking 2021 Oscars Best Director

2020 – Kenzie’s Year in Review

2020 – Kenzie’s Year in Review

As everyone has told you all year long, 2020 was not a typical year. Like many, the year did not go as I had hoped, but I was comforted this year by so many things! Music! Movies! Princess Diana! I wanted to break down the things that made 2020 enjoyable. Duets! Duets! Duets! 2020 was … Continue reading 2020 – Kenzie’s Year in Review

Mank Review

Mank Review

1930s Hollywood is reevaluated through the eyes of scathing wit and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish "Citizen Kane." You feel the Atticus and Reznor score as the film tells the tale of what happened to Mank and why he is laid up in bed with a bum leg. The early … Continue reading Mank Review

Mank – Review

Director: David Fincher Writer(s): Jack Fincher Cast: Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, Lily Collins Synopsis: Follows screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz's tumultuous development of Orson Welles' iconic masterpiece Citizen Kane (1941). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSfX-nrg-lI I doubt that when Citizen Kane initially flopped at the box office that Orson Welles knew the impact his film would have on history. Highly regarded as one of … Continue reading Mank – Review