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March 31, 2021

Predicting the Oscars in a Surprisingly Strong 2020 Film Season

C.M. Tomlin 6:30pm March 31, 2021 3/31/21

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  You guys remember last year? Oh man, that was crazy. Remember how everyone was mad at everybody all the time, and we couldn’t touch anything for the first half of the year and see each other the last two thirds of the year? You, like me, might have spent a lot of that time…

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February 9, 2021

The Best of the (Virtual) 2021 Sundance Film Festival

C.M. Tomlin 4:00pm February 9, 2021 2/9/21 Comments Disabled

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The streets of Park City were mostly empty this year as the 2021 Sundance Film Festival was moved mainly online this year. No puffy jackets, no trekking up Main to the Egyptian Theater in thin air or chatting with other festival-goers to find what’s catching any audience buzz. For four straight days my home became…

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December 29, 2020

Bright Spots: The Best Movies of 2020

C.M. Tomlin 2:30pm December 29, 2020 12/29/20

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Listen, I don’t know if anyone’s mentioned this to you, or made a meme about it, or tweeted incessantly about it, or said it to you on Facebook or the phone or over FaceTime or by text — but this year has been terrible. Like, “one of the worst of all of our lives” terrible.…

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December 9, 2020

Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That: HBO Finds Greater Successes with Short-Lived Series Runs

C.M. Tomlin 10:00am December 9, 2020 12/9/20 Comments Disabled

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Look, let’s be honest — between political upheaval, deadly viruses, civil unrest and Galactic Federation snubs, it’s tough to “get into” a show right now. It’s even tougher to enter into a multi-year, multi-season contract with a typical pay-cable show which includes full year-and-a-half lapses between seasons. We’re barely promised a February, we don’t possibly…

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October 20, 2020

Am I THAT Guy? Three Episodes In, Taking Stock of the Lackluster SNL Season So Far

C.M. Tomlin 8:30pm October 20, 2020 10/20/20

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I had a weird moment while watching Saturday Night Live this past weekend: during a sketch featuring the immensely likable and talented Issa Rae in which she portrayed a woman on her first date confronted by increasingly terrible exes, a deranged Kenan Thompson uttered the phrase “titty meat,” and I laughed. Maybe it was because…

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February 4, 2020

Funkhouser’s 2020 Sundance Film Festival Report

C.M. Tomlin 3:57pm February 4, 2020 2/4/20

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Not a Jason Statham nor Tyler Perry were in sight at Park City’s 2020 installment of the Sundance Film  Festival. Not that there’s not a place for the Stathams and Perrys in the film world — it’s just that this generally isn’t that sort of crowd. Sundance is a cinema-lover’s Nirvana, with films screened at…

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July 25, 2019

Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

C.M. Tomlin 8:00am July 25, 2019 7/25/19

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You’re going to hear a lot of the overused term “love letter” thrown around in terms of Quentin Tarantino’s nearly three-hours long  drama/comedy Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and that shouldn’t and won’t surprise you. After all, even when Quentin Tarantino was making movies set in Germany (Inglorious Basterds), the Deep South (Django Unchained) and…

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December 23, 2018

Review: Bumblebee

C.M. Tomlin 12:00pm December 23, 2018 12/23/18 Comments Disabled

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Reviewing the standalone prequel Bumblebee, which takes place in 1987 and exists as both part of Michael Bay’s loud, noisy Transformers universe and yet someone cozily outside of it, is the equivalent of the misogynistic 1980s teen-movie trope of taking overalls and glasses off a teen girl and finding she’s a beauty the whole time.…

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October 12, 2018

Spend UK’s Bye Week Saturday with a Great Cause and a UK Football MVP

C.M. Tomlin 1:30pm October 12, 2018 10/12/18 Comments Disabled

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Hello, friends. You guys probably all remember our friend Luke Klausing, the 11 year-old football phenom who famously signed his letter of intent to become a Kentucky Wildcat in August. Luke’s one of us. He’s also is one of the more than 30,000 people in the US living with Cystic Fibrosis, a congenital disease which focuses…

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July 20, 2018

Ask a PGA Caddie: FAQ from the Barbasol Championship

C.M. Tomlin 12:00pm July 20, 2018 7/20/18

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Hello, friends. Long time no speak. As you know, Lexington is currently playing host to the prestigious Barbasol Championship, which has brought top-tier golfers from all over the country to vie for, I don’t know, some money, or a trophy, or maybe some sort of “extra points” toward something. I don’t know. As you may…

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