Film Award Nominees – GoldDerby

Memorial Day brings a number of high-profile TV finales: “Succession,” “Yellowjackets,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Somebody Somewhere,” “Barry,” and “Citadel,” but on the weekend long leaves a lot of time. to slip into a movie or two. Our best bet is an invigorating documentary related to recent hits “Fire of Love” and “Free Solo,” but you can also pay for the latest installment in one of Hollywood’s biggest action franchises.

This Week’s Contender to Watch: “Wild Life”

Part love story, part conversational ode, “Wild Life” hits Disney+ and Hulu after its theatrical release in April. It would be a great double feature with last year.”fire of love”, another documentary about married environmentalists whose passionate romance matched their sense of adventure. In this case, we are talking about Doug and kris tompkins, former corporate executives who used their wealth to preserve the wilderness of Chile and Argentina. “Wild Life” is co-directed by his friends jimmy chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyiwho know a thing or two about making these kinds of movies: their credits include mountain-climbing feats.”free solo” and “Meru”.

Other contenders:

  • “The innocent”: Luis Garrel of “The Dreamers” and “Little Women” wrote, directed and stars in a comedic thriller about a French tour guide determined to stop his mother (anouk grinberg) to marry an ex-convict (Roschdy Zem). After he recruits a coworker (portrait of a lady on fire) Noemie Merlant) to help with his scheme, everything is turned upside down. Stream this sneaky caper on The Criterion Channel.
  • John Wick: Chapter 4“: The latest installment in the assassin franchise that was reborn Keanu Reeves‘ race was the best reviewed so far. Buy it on VOD for $19.99, and you’ll be able to watch John Wick’s operatic quest for revenge over and over again. The series has yet to earn an Oscar nomination, but its sound design and cinematography could one day break through.
  • “The fire that took her away”: The world can’t get enough true crime right now but this 2022 documentary it’s one of the most genre-worthy releases in recent memory. He profiles the first person to testify in his own murder case: judy malinowski, an Ohio mom whose volatile ex-boyfriend doused her with gasoline and set her on fire. Malinowski’s determination to survive his ordeal and seek justice gives the film a sense of unmissable resolution. “The Fire That Took Her” is now streaming on Paramount+.

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