91ST OSCARS® NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCEMENT

The 91st Academy Awards® nominations in all 24 Oscar® categories will be announced in a two-part live presentation on Tuesday, January 22, via global live stream on Oscar.com, Oscars.org, the Academy’s digital platforms – Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.You can view the list of 91st Academy Awards® nominees below and congrats to all of the nominees!https://www.oscars.org/oscars/ceremonies/2019 Below [...]

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INTERVIEW WITH … ALICE LIMOGES

INTERVIEW WITH ... ALICE LIMOGES @TheAliceLimoges #music #singersongwriter #musicindustry #artists #thereclusiveblogger

VIDEO PREMIERE: CLOE // BREATHIN’ (ARIANA GRANDE COVER)

Fresh young talent Cloe has just released a new cover video and it has us all ‘breathless’ at The Reclusive Blogger! Check out her ethereal cover of the Ariana Grande major hit “Breathin'” below! https://youtu.be/Wm5qPMDQWtU You can follow Cloe on here Socials here: Socials: IG: @cloewilder Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CloeWilder/ Twitter: @CloeWilder YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDW9lcfYpyPBvxhkDgLCamg Until then, Brittney W.

ALFONSO CUARÓN // ROMA – A REVIEW

I am not one that is moved easily and emotionally by watching films. Not to say I don’t love films or I don’t appreciate the craft or technique that goes into making films. From the very first frame of Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘ROMA’ something switched in me. This film was different, a good different and I [...]

THE RECLUSIVE BLOGGER’S TOP TEN ALBUMS OF 2018 …

Here it is after careful consideration and many many rewrites. These are my top ten albums of 2018. This year my list features a lot of EPs so that's a big difference than previous years. So without further ado and of course in sequential order from the number one on ... 1. BASTILLE // Other [...]

MARY POPPINS RETURNS – A REVIEW

It has been 54 years since the beloved original had it’s Disney debut on the silver screen. Now Mary Poppins is back and finer than ever, drawing inspiration from the P.L. Travers book series. Director Rob Marshall (Into The Woods, Chicago) brings the film some 20 years forward to Depression Era London with the Banks [...]