Don't say we didn't warn you: 2018 is shaping up to be the year of micellar water hair care. You've likely used this skincare staple ingredient to cleanse your face before. Pioneered by Bioderma, the "French girl"-approved, water-based...Show More Summary
Being as I am a fan of AJP Taylor, I have long been of the view that Cock-Up- rather than Conspiracy theories of History tend to hold more water – that the great events of the past were shaped more by blunders and mishaps than devious cunning and ingenuity. Show More Summary
Spoiler-free review: The sequel to "Pacific Rim" suffers from the absence of its original director, who left to create "The Shape of Water."
As we find ourselves on the wrong side of Winter - where we're in so deep and we've endured so much for so long that Spring should be budding, but it's not - a perpetual state of longing for warmer days begins to take shape. This yearning...Show More Summary
Now that the Oscars are a ways in the rearview and those “winner” stickers can be slapped on as they leave the warehouse, no less than three of this year’s big contenders (and one also-ran) land on disc and demand this week. Also, an atypical Scorsese picture joins the Criterion Collection, and two undervalued silent […]
While we’ve been gifted with Guillermo del Toro‘s romantic horror The Shape of Water since late last year, the film continues to open internationally to massive numbers. In fact, it just debuted in China with $10M this past weekend, giving it a $110M international gross to go along with an impressive $62M domestic. While a budget […]
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At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's new on Netflix and TV, we've got you covered. New on DVD and Blu-ray "The Shape of Water" Here it is, the Best Picture of 2017. The Oscar-winning romantic fantasy drama, directed by newly minted Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro, arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on March 13. Show More Summary
Look, we've all been there. You're showing your parents the master bedroom after a night of serious self-loving, and there twisted in your sheets lies your limited edition My Left Nut vibrator. Your mother covers her mouth and says, "Oh. Show More Summary
The 90th Academy Awards ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, brought this film awards season to a close with the crowning of Best Picture: writer-director Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water.” The Fox Searchlight Pictures film, the...Show More Summary
How much water flows through a river has little influence over long-term changes to its course and the surrounding landscape, a study of waterfalls shows.
Speaking of winners, by the middle of the Oscars show last night I concluded that Get Out would win everything. Unfortunately not so. I think in a few years we will have forgotten The Shape of Water, and Get Out will have been the beginning of something new. Show More Summary
For a 90-year-old gold guy, Oscar proved last night that he has held up pretty well and, at least when it comes to the issues of the day, can be as relevant as ever. Not only that, he’s a gentleman who conducts himself appropriately—unlike many other power brokers in Hollywood who have been accused recently of abusing their positions. Show More Summary
While director Guillermo del Toro and several of his The Shape of Water stars celebrated their Best Picture win, Michael Shannon was watching from a dive bar in Chicago.
A timeline of the 90th Oscars from Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue to "Shape of Water's" big win.
How did “The Shape of Water,” a movie about a mute cleaning woman falling truly, madly, deeply in love with a fish-man, wind up winning the Oscar for best picture? It starts with the power of love, the film’s Oscar-winning director, Guillermo del Toro, says. “Love is much stronger than hatred and...
Bringing an end to one of the most wide open best picture races in years, “The Shape of Water” — a fantastical fable about a mute woman who falls in love with an aquatic creature — claimed the top prize Sunday night at the 90th Academy Awards, beating out a strong field of eight rivals that included...
A new video has surfaced online showcasing how The Shape of Water and Splash are frequently pretty similar.
Buoyed by “The Shape of Water,” Fox Searchlight Pictures took home more Oscars than any other studio at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday with six statuettes. The best picture victory for “Shape” extends Searchlight’s enviable winning streak, which has seen the independent film label score best...
The movie features a romance between a mute woman and an amphibian river creature, and one company has capitalized on the romance by creating a Shape of Water dildo.