Ella Taylor

Film Critic, LA Weekly

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Film critic for the LA Weekly

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Last year, the Oscars were dominated by mainstream hits, but this year it's a different story.  The pictures with the most nominations did not do well at the box office, although…

There Will Be Oscars

Last year, the Oscars were dominated by mainstream hits, but this year it's a different story.  The pictures with the most nominations did not do well at the box office, although…

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