Two hits: Hammond and McCarthy say the last word on the 94th Academy Awards: the good, the bad and the ugly

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Editor’s Note: Expiration Presentation of episode 15 two shots, A series of videos in which Pete Hammond and Todd McCarthy tackle the fiction of cinema. Each of them has spent decades reviewing and writing this craft and drew on an excellent knowledge of past and present films. What we expected when we asked them to do this was a laconic, sexy and thoughtful conversation comparable to that of Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel.

As promised in two takes on Todd McCarthy and Pete Hammond, it took an Oscar dip in every aspect: the show, the winners, the losers, the results, and of course the little incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock that caught on. .most. Caution. -Oscar. This, of course, is part of the conversation here, but these two shots want to get attention. Everyone Aspects of the 94th Academy Awards: what worked, what didn’t work, what got us so far and where the academy goes from here. It’s been a long season and as far as McCarthy and Hammond go, that’s the last word. We’re talking to you virtually this week, but the conversation is as lively as ever.

Join us for two takes of the Oscars: before, during and after. To view, simply click on the link above.

Hammond has been a columnist for Deadline’s Awards for the past decade, covering what are now, at first glance, Oscar and Emmy seasons throughout the year. He is also Deadline’s best film critic, having previously reviewed films for MovieLine, ᲡAlarós Magazine, Კ and Maximumas well as leonard maltin movie guide, Of which he was editorial assistant. In addition to writing, Hammond also hosts the KCET Cinema Series and the Station Weekly Series. Definitely watching movies.

McCarthy is a veteran film critic, critic and journalist for industry publications who has also written several popular books and documentaries. He has worked twice at the headquarters variety AND the hollywood reporter And international film festivals widely covered by both publications. your movie Visions of light: the art of cinematography He won Best Documentary Awards from the National Society of Film Critics and the New York Film Critics Associations and received an Emmy Award for his documentary writing. Preston Sturges: The Rise and Fall of the American Dreamer. He was also a documentary director. The man of the cinema: Pierre Risian AND forever hollywood.

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