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12 items from 2016


Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 3 Episode 13 Review: “The Cruise”

27 January 2016 7:53 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Each week, Brooklyn Nine-Nine proves why it’s one of the better comedies on television right now. This show is so well-rounded, balancing the comedy with great character moments and development that make us connect with these characters. And some of their best episodes to date have centered around the criminal known as the Pontiac Bandit. Knowing he would be featured in last night’s episode, there was no doubt that it would be another hit and Brooklyn Nine-Nine did not disappoint. Between great character moments between Jake and Amy and another stellar performance from Andre Braugher proving why he deserves the

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 3 Episode 13 Review: “The Cruise” »

- Laura Schinner

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Review: The Pontiac Bandit returns as 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' takes a cruise

27 January 2016 7:06 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A quick review of last night's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" coming up just as soon as I bring my own shuffleboard tang... While "The Cruise" didn't offer the deliriously stupid heights of Jake and Holt's misadventures with the mumps from last week, it was one of the season's most well-balanced episodes, with something to offer from all three storylines, the welcome return of Craig Robinson as Jake's arch-nemesis Doug Judy, and the promising introduction of Niecy Nash as Debbie, Holt's temperamental opposite of a sister.   Robinson's annual appearances are always a highlight, because Doug's deep affection for Jake only tends to make our hero crazier for his inability to catch the guy. The cruise setting gave it a different feel from previous Pontiac Bandit stories — though I wish the show had made more use of Paul F. Tompkins as the captain — and hung a light on the ongoing compatibility issues for Jake »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Welcomes Craig Robinson and Niecy Nash

25 January 2016 7:10 PM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is about to get a whole lot funnier. The comedy that now airs Tuesday nights at 9 Pm will have not one but two hilarious stars popping up at the 99th precinct. Craig Robinson will reprise his role of Doug Judy on the latest episode entitled, “The Cruise,” The last time we ran into Doug Judy was way back in 2014 when he was offered a plea deal by Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) in order to catch the drug kingpin “Giggle Pig.” Amy (Melissa Fumero) has planned a vacation cruise for her and Jake (Andy Samberg). The exact same

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Welcomes Craig Robsinson and Niecy Nash »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Recap: Dr. Bad News Doctor

20 January 2016 8:12 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Last year's "Stakeout" is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of Brooklyn Nine-Nine's low points, so I wasn't necessarily pumped for another episode that puts Jake and a second character in forced isolation. Although "9 Days" covers a lot of well-trod territory for the show — which has also already had plots about Jake and Holt working a case from Holt's house, and both Jake and Rosa trying to work through an illness or injury against their colleagues' advice — this pairing works, thanks to sharp writing and the continuing genius of freshly minted Critic's Choice Award winner Andre Braugher.Eschewing the show's usual stand-alone cold open, "9 Days" dives right in, explaining that Holt's a bit off these days because his husband, Kevin, is still away on a teaching assignment at the Sorbonne. Jake's closed all his cases (and bragged loudly enough about it that Amy »

- Allie Pape

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21st Annual Critics' Choice Awards Full Winners List Plus Photos

18 January 2016 9:44 PM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Last night I had a chance to attend the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards and I wanted to share with you readers some photos I got to take at the event.

It was pretty cool to actually hang out and chat with Aziz Ansari and how funny that he still remembered our video interview while he was promoting "30 Mintues or Less," which you can see Here.

I also got a chance to talk to J.J. Abrams and told him how smart it was for his company Bad Robot Productions to drop the "10 Cloverfield Lane" trailer.

Abrams said:

"I really can't wait for you to see it."

Check out the pics below and all the winners from the event. Overall I had a great time and can't wait till next year.

The Broadcast Film Critics Association (Bfca) and Broadcast Television Journalists Association (Btja) announced the winners of the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards, »

- Kellvin Chavez

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Critics’ Choice Awards Winners revealed

17 January 2016 10:54 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

The London Film Critics’ Circle awards were being dished out in the capital yesterday, but Hollywood was also delivering a high-profile set of gongs last night; the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards.

Mad Max: Fury Road was the big winner on the evening, getting a superb nine awards, including Best Director for George Miller. The film failed to bag best pictures however. That honour went to the excellent Spotlight, which is released in the UK next week.

Leonardo DiCaprio secured Best Actor for The Revenant, while Brie Larson continued her winning streak with Best Actress for Room. Her co-star Jacob Tremblay secured Best Young Actor/ Actress for the same film. Sylvester Stallone and Alicia Vikander bagged the supporting actor awards for Creed and The Danish Girl respectively.

Here’s how the rest fared.

Film

Best Picture

Spotlight

Best Actor

Leonardo DiCaprio

The Revenant

Best Actress

Brie Larson

Room

Best Supporting Actor

Sylvester Stallone, »

- Paul Heath

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Announcing the 2016 Critics' Choice Awards Winners!

17 January 2016 8:20 PM, PST | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

The Critics' Choice nominees have been narrowed down to a handful of Critics' Choice winners, with Spotlight taking top honors as best picture, Mad Max: Fury Road cleaning up in a ton of movie categories, and Leonardo DiCaprio and Brie Larson continuing their hot streaks of award season. Take a look below to see who has won. Movies Best Picture Spotlight Best Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant Best Actress Brie Larson, Room Best Supporting Actor Sylvester Stallone, Creed Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl Best Young Actor/Actress Jacob Tremblay, Room Best Acting Ensemble Spotlight Best Director George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road Best Original Screenplay Spotlight Best Adapted Screenplay The Big Short Best Cinematography The Revenant Best Production Design Mad Max: Fury Road Best Editing Mad Max: Fury Road Best Costume Design Mad Max: Fury Road Best Hair & Makeup Mad Max: Fury Road Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road »

- Maggie Pehanick

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‘Spotlight’ Wins Best Picture at Critics Choice Awards

17 January 2016 8:00 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

There’s something undeniably cool about the Critics Choice Awards being held at the Santa Monica Airport, where so many of the rich and famous park their planes. And with the golden sun setting upon the Barker Hangar, this year’s 21st annual ceremony, hosted by ‘Silicon Valley’ star T.J. Miller, combined both the glamour of Hollywood with the inevitable crush of awards season, cramming in both TV and film accolades and running over three hours long.

Leonardo DiCaprio, an Oscar favorite for the gritty wilderness survival story “The Revenant,” won best actor, broadcasting his acceptance speech from London, where he’s promoting the film.  Sharon Stone announced the best picture award, which went to “Spotlight.”

Brie Larson, who wasn’t able too attend the event, won best actress for her heartbreaking turn in “Room” and in the TV awards, Rami Malek nabbed best actor in a drama series for “Mr. Robot. »

- Malina Saval

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‘Spotlight’ Wins Best Picture at Critics Choice Awards

17 January 2016 8:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

There’s something undeniably cool about the Critics Choice Awards being held at the Santa Monica Airport, where so many of the rich and famous park their planes. And with the golden sun setting upon the Barker Hangar, this year’s 21st annual ceremony, hosted by ‘Silicon Valley’ star T.J. Miller, combined both the glamour of Hollywood with the inevitable crush of awards season, cramming in both TV and film accolades and running over three hours long.

Leonardo DiCaprio, an Oscar favorite for the gritty wilderness survival story “The Revenant,” won best actor, broadcasting his acceptance speech from London, where he’s promoting the film.  Sharon Stone announced the best picture award, which went to “Spotlight.”

Brie Larson, who wasn’t able too attend the event, won best actress for her heartbreaking turn in “Room” and in the TV awards, Rami Malek nabbed best actor in a drama series for “Mr. Robot. »

- Malina Saval

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Critics’ Choice Awards: Winners List

17 January 2016 4:55 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Spotlight” took home best picture at the 21st annual Critics Choice Awards on Sunday night in Santa Monica while new shows “Master of None” and “Mr. Robot” were named best drama and comedy, respectively.

Complete list of winners:

Best Picture: “Spotlight

Actor: Leonardo DiCaprioThe Revenant

Actress: Brie LarsonRoom

Director: George MillerMad Max: Fury Road

Comedy: The Big Short

Actor In A Comedy: Christian BaleThe Big Short

Actress In A Comedy: Amy SchumerTrainwreck

Supporting Actress: Alicia VikanderThe Danish Girl

Supporting Actor: Sylvester StalloneCreed

Original Screenplay: Josh Singer and Tom McCarthySpotlight

Adapted Screenplay: Charles Randolph and Adam McKay – The

Acting Ensemble: Spotlight

Young Actor/Actress: Jacob TremblayRoom

Sci-fi/Horror Movie: Ex Machina

Action Movie: Mad Max: Fury Road

Animated Feature: Inside Out

Actor In An Action Movie: Tom HardyMad Max: Fury Road

Actress In An Action Movie: Charlize TheronMad Max: Fury Road »

- Variety Staff

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Critics’ Choice Awards: Winners List

17 January 2016 4:55 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Spotlight” took home best picture at the 21st annual Critics Choice Awards on Sunday night in Santa Monica while new shows “Master of None” and “Mr. Robot” were named best drama and comedy, respectively.

Complete list of winners:

Best Picture: “Spotlight

Actor: Leonardo DiCaprioThe Revenant

Actress: Brie LarsonRoom

Director: George MillerMad Max: Fury Road

Comedy: The Big Short

Actor In A Comedy: Christian BaleThe Big Short

Actress In A Comedy: Amy SchumerTrainwreck

Supporting Actress: Alicia VikanderThe Danish Girl

Supporting Actor: Sylvester StalloneCreed

Original Screenplay: Josh Singer and Tom McCarthySpotlight

Adapted Screenplay: Charles Randolph and Adam McKay – The

Acting Ensemble: Spotlight

Young Actor/Actress: Jacob TremblayRoom

Sci-fi/Horror Movie: Ex Machina

Action Movie: Mad Max: Fury Road

Animated Feature: Inside Out

Actor In An Action Movie: Tom HardyMad Max: Fury Road

Actress In An Action Movie: Charlize TheronMad Max: Fury Road »

- Variety Staff

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The Winners Of The 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards

17 January 2016 4:47 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards have just concluded and there’s really only one thing to say about it: it was a rather dull and predictable night, with Spotlight taking Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Acting Ensemble exactly as expected. However, it was also a rather peculiar night because it seems like they enjoyed George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road much, much more, giving the film nine awards out of its 13 nominations, including Best Director, Best Editing, Best Production Design, and Best Action Film.

It was a night of highs and lows that included Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant) and Brie Larson (Room) winning Best Actor and Best Actress for their brilliant performances, while Sylvester Stallone took yet another award away from far more deserving nominees like Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, and Michael Shannon.

Speaking of lows, the Broadcast Film Critics Association (the group responsible for these »

- Jeff Beck

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