The Best Movies On TV Today

The best movies on TV today are the movies that allow you to get in touch with something that moves you. You may want to watch a movie that you can laugh at, or you can watch a movie that tells a great story. You will be able to quickly find something to watch that is going to make you feel much better about life and humankind.

The Action

When you are watching action movies, you will be able to get a sense of what it must be like to live an action packed lifestyle. Most people are going to find these movies enthralling, and they will be able to keep with the action because they want to do some of things that are happening in the film. These films also allow people to indulge in their fantasies for just a little while.

The Drama

When people sit down to watch dramas, they are going to be taken away by the sweeping storylines. These movies often give people a chance to get in touch with their emotions, and they are going to have a chance to have a good cry. There are many things that people can connect with, and they are going to love watching these movies to end a long day.

The Comedies

The comedies that people use to get a good laugh are going to bring them in touch with the times that they were not able to get what they wanted out of life. They are going to see all the funny situations, and they will be able to relate. They know that the movie will work out in the end, and they are going to feel much better because they are watching something that has a redeeming storyline. These movies altogether give people entertainment that touches the soul.

Oscars 2015 Recap

The 87th Annual Oscar Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris this year, have come and gone. There were memorable speeches from some winners such as Graham Moore, Patricia Arquette, and John Legend. John Travolta got a little handsy with other celebrities both on and off the red carpet. Lupita Nyong’o stunned everyone watching when she arrived wearing a Calvin Klein dress made from 6,000 hand sewn pearls. This year’s In Memoriam segment was introduced by Meryl Streep and showcased the great talents lost this year such as Robin Williams, Lauren Bacall, Maya Angelou, Bob Hoskins and Joe Cocker.

But let’s get to the meat of the night. The following is a recap of this year’s winners.

Best Picture: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Best Actor in a Leading Role: Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything

Best Actress in a Leading Role: Julianne Moore for Still Alice

Best Actor in a Supporting Role: J.K. Simmons for Whiplash

Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Patricia Arquette for Boyhood

Best Animated Feature Film: Big Hero 6

Best Cinematography: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Best Costume Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Best Documentary Feature: CitizenFour

Best Short Subject Documentary: Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1

Best Film Editing: Whiplash

Best Foreign Language Film: Polish film Ida; Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski

Best Makeup and Hair Styling: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Music/Original Score: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Music/Original Song: Selma, Music and Lyric by John Stephens and Lonnie Lynn

Best Production Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Animated Short Film: Feast

Best Live Action Short Film: The Phone Call

Best Sound Editing: American Sniper

Best Sound Mixing: Whiplash

Best Visual Effects: Interstellar

Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay): The Imitation Game, Written by Graham Moore

Best Writing (Original Screenplay): Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Written by Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Jr. & Armando Bo