One day, when The Lord was using them (but not quite in a Darlene-Love-on-the-Oscars-stage-kind-of-way), post-grad writers, dreamers, provocateurs, and all-around staples of the international blogosphere Joey Nolfi and Alice G. Beck created Serving Cinema, a venture into film criticism, awards season coverage, and all things pop culture.
Too busy writing screenplays, making documentaries, and throwing shade at Tilda Swinton, Joey and Alice don’t have time to understand what “football” is all about, but they are sure it played an important role in The Blind Side. Joey and Alice do, however, refer to the Oscars as their “Super Bowl,” with Meryl Streep being their “number one draft pick.” During the “off season”, their work serves up all the humble qualities of a 1990s after school special, if 1990s after school specials dabbled in film criticism, think pieces, and entertainment industry commentary. Their humor is as subtle as Kathy Bates swinging a sledgehammer, and they operate on suburban levels of the controversial.
From awards season analysis, predictions, and Oscar-themed podcasts to film reviews, news, and industry commentary, Serving Cinema keeps it one hundred when it comes to cinematic realness.
So lock the doors, lower the blinds, and let Serving Cinema spill that truth tea for your sipping pleasure.
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