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2016’s Top 10 Films With Box Office, Awards and Critical Acclaim

16 February 2017 10:05 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Between studio offerings and independent efforts, 2016 was a feast of cinema. Filmgoers found a lot to love and to honor: Movies reaped critical praise, prizes at film festivals, honors from Hollywood guilds (including the PGA and WGA), Golden Globes and, of course, Oscar nominations. And moviegoers also paid homage with an all-important criterion: They made these works major hits at the box office.

What follows is a list of 10 films that distinguished themselves in the combination of box office, awards and critical praise.

There are still a few skeptics in the world who are not sure that sci-fi can be both artful and commercial. They need to see “Arrival,” which was both a critical and box office success, and scored a DGA nomination for Denis Villeneuve, and PGA nomination for best picture. Eric Heisserer’s multi-layered adaptation of Ted Chiang’s short story resulted in people returning for multiple viewings, »

- Nick Clement

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Giveaway: Win Park Chan-wook’s ‘The Handmaiden’ on DVD

26 January 2017 7:18 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

One of the very best films of last year, Park Chan-wook‘s erotic thriller The Handmaiden, arrives on DVD this week. We’ve teamed with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to give it away five copies to our readers. All entries must be received by 11:59 Pm Est on Tuesday, January 31st.

To enter, do the first two steps and then each additional one counts as another entry into the contest.

1. Like The Film Stage on Facebook

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3. Comment in the box on Facebook with your favorite South Korean film.

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Downton Abbey actor Matthew Goode joins cast of Netflix’s The Crown for season 2

25 January 2017 11:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Actor Matthew Goode, who in past years has become a go-to actor of sorts for period films and TV shows, will be adding another one to his list of credits, as TV Line reports that he is joining the cast of Netflix’s The Crown for its upcoming second season.

For those unaware, The Crown is a Golden Globe-winning Netflix show that focuses on the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her reign of the United Kingdom. Goode will play Antony Armstrong-Jones, aka Lord Snowdon, the society photographer who Princess Margaret, the youngest daughter of King Geroge VI, was married to for 18 years before getting divorced. In real life, Snowdon passed away just earlier this year at the age of 85.

As mentioned before, much of Goode’s best-known work is in period films and TV shows such as Downton Abbey, The Imitation Game, Belle and Allied; he’s also appeared in Match Point, »

- Justin Cook

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The 20 Best Asian Films of 2016

3 January 2017 1:43 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

2016 was another great year for Asian cinema, although S. Korean films were the ones that, once more, stood at the epicenter of international interest, particularly due to Park Chan-wook’s comeback and the box office success of films like “The Wailing” and “Train to Busan.” Japan followed with a number of box office successes of its own, headed by “Your Name” and the new Godzilla film, although indie cinema had a very interesting year also.

Chinese language films also had a very interesting year, with “Ten Years” spawning enormous amount of controversy. Slowly though, filmmakers from other Asian countries, not as well known as the aforementioned, seem to present masterpieces of their own.

With a focus on diversity, here are the best Asian films of 2016, in random order. (Some of the films premiered in 2015, but I took the liberty to include them, since they mostly circulated in 2016).

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