From Our Members’ Desks (Jul. 30, 2018)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting. Best of Lists Top 10 Alcoholic Female Movie Characters Frank Ochieng @ The Critical Critics Top 10 Corrupt Movie Cops Frank Ochieng @ The Critical Critics Top 10 Move Nerds Frank Ochieng @ The Critical Critics Interviews

This Week at the Movies (Jul. 27-29, 2018)

Here are some reviews of films coming out at the theater this week as well as others that may be in theaters or newly on home video. Opening: Jul. 27-29, 2018 Wide (United States) Mission: Impossible – Fallout For member reviews of this film, follow this link Teen Titans Go! To the Movies For member reviews of this film, follow this link Limited (United States) Blindspotting Candice Frederick @ The Week Hot Summer Nights Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum Excerpt: It’s definitely a hollow pastiche of a number of gritty teen movies, but in a way, it feels appropriate given […]

Online Film Critics Society 2017 Award Winners!

The race this year was tight, and for a good reason. There were so many films made by minorities (females, people of color, LGBTQ+ people, people with disabilities, etc) about minorities. They presented important stories, perspectives, and much needed social commentary. Add to that the powerful perfomances from not only veteran actors, but newcomers who have just had their breakout moments. Below are all the winners as we conclude another successful awards season. Thank you all for participating with us. The Governing Committee would especially like to thank our international membership for lending us their perspectives so that we could […]

Online Film Critics Society 2017 Award Nominees

Another year, another round of OFCS awards. The Online Film Critics Society is one of only a few truly international film critics organizations. Our eclectic nominations reflect the diverse tastes of our growing global membership. Here are our nominations for 2017, and keep an eye out for our winner’s announcement on December 28th. Nominees for the OFCS Award for Best Picture A Ghost Story Call Me By Your Name Dunkirk Get Out Lady Bird mother! Phantom Thread The Florida Project The Shape Of Water Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Nominees for the OFCS Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture […]

OFCS Would Like To Welcome Its New Members!

This year’s admission process has concluded, and it was an exceptionally tough one. With several hundred applicants, the Governing Committee’s decision was a difficult one. After much deliberation, help us give a big “Welcome” to our new members! Matthew Anderson of CineVue Andrea Chase of Killer Movie Reviews Chris Evangelista of Cut Print Film Nguyen Le of InSession Film Joel Mayward of CineMayward Michael Reuben of James Roberts of Glide Magazine Aramide Tinubu of Shadow and Act Robert Yaniz Jr of We Got This Covered   Interested in becoming a member? Go here and read up on our process!

OFCS Announces 20th Annual Award Winners

2016 ONLINE FILM CRITICS SOCIETY AWARDS – WINNERS PRESS RELEASE The powerful coming-of-age drama Moonlight dominated the 2016 Online Film Critics Society Awards, winning a total of four awards out of seven nominations. The film beat out competition from La La Land, Arrival, Jackie and Manchester by the Sea amongst others to be named Best Picture. Barry Jenkins won Best Director and Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris won Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, respectively. The Online Film Critics Society’s Governing Committee said, “We’d like to congratulate all involved with Moonlight for the power and humanity of this extraordinary […]

OFCS Announces 20th Annual Film Awards Nominations

La La Land and Moonlight top the nominations for the 2016 Online Film Critic Society’s Awards with 7 nods each, including Best Picture and Best Director.   With 6 nominations apiece are the critically acclaimed Arrival and Manchester by the Sea.   Films also up for Best Picture include Jackie and Hell or High Water.   Casey Affleck’s performance in Manchester by the Sea heads the Best Lead Actor category. Affleck is joined in the category by Adam Driver, Ryan Gosling, Viggo Mortensen and Denzel Washington.     Leading nominations for Best Lead Actress are Natalie Portman for her performance […]

OFCS Reviews, Interviews, and More (April 10)

Click on any link to read member reviews, interviews, and more. Films Reviews Miracles from Heaven – Susan Granger Bellissima — Paul Peralta Batman v Superman —  João Pinto (Portugese) Jodorowsky’s Dune — Dennis Schwartz Eye in the Sky — Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat I Saw the Light — Susan Granger The Divergent Series: Allegiant — Frank Ochieng God’s Not Dead 2 — Frank Ochieng Suburra —  Hugo Gomes SXSW Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Channels Palahniuk In Dark ‘Demolition’ – Kristy Puchko Movie Review: ‘THE JUNGLE BOOK’ – Courtney Howard REVIEW: THE BOSS Isn’t Very Boss – Courtney Howard Everybody Wants Some!! — Frank Swietek Hardcore Henry – […]

OFCS Reviews, Interviews, and More (April 1)

Click on any title to read OFCS member reviews, interviews, and more. New Releases: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot – Susan Granger Eye in the Sky – Susan Granger Kill Your Friends – Betty Jo Tucker Standing Tall – Jose Solis Martyrs – Rob Daniel Batmanv v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Rob Daniel Ki and Ka – Kathy Gibson Everybody Wants Some!! – Laura Clifford Sold – Maryann Johanson Midnight Special – Mark Dujsik The Island of the Day After – Donald Levit Born to Be Blue – Mark Dujsik 10 Cloverfield Lane – Jared Mobarak Repertory: A Study in Spielberg: The Sugarland Express (1974) – Jerry Roberts MINI-CRITICAS : BRUNA […]

From Our Members' Desks (Mar. 1, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting. Best of Lists Son of Saul tops Greek Film Critics’ best-of-year list Joseph Proimakis @ Excerpt: In what was dubbed Year of the Woman, we’ve come down to an Oscar race revolving around a single white male with a bear on his back. How did that happen? Interviews Joseph Fiennes on “Risen” Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom Niobe Thompson and Darren Fung on ‘The Great Human Odyssey’ Pat Mullen @ POV Magazine Excerpt: The director and composer talk about taking their documentary from […]