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…

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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…

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