‘Culver Academy’: The Oscar nominations, what’s next for the ‘Cult’ movie?
After nearly a decade of waiting, the Oscar nominations are finally here!
With a new slate of contenders on the horizon, it’s time to take a closer look at the best and worst films nominated this year and where they might fit into the Oscar race.1.
“Culvers Academy” – Best Adapted Screenplay(No. 5, “Cult”) (Outlook, The Hollywood Reporter)The Oscar-nominated film from director Stephen King (The Shining, Salem’s Lot) is set in a dystopian New York City.
The film opens with a brief, terrifying scene where a young boy wakes up from a dream and begins to experience a strange nightmare, one that involves his parents (played by Joel Edgerton and Amy Adams) and his uncle (played in the film by Tom Hanks).
The film ends with the boy discovering the source of his own strange dreams, an underground prison known as Culver Academy, where he finds himself alone and isolated from his family and the outside world.
The Academy’s students are called the Culvers, who are the only ones who know of the mysterious, ancient prophecy of the Chosen One.
The students begin to explore Culver’s secrets and discover that the Academy has been under the control of an evil cult that is planning to destroy humanity.
The cult leader, Mr. Craven, reveals that the academy has been a front for the Illuminati, a shadowy, occult organization that has long been operating on the outskirts of New York.
Craving the secrets of the Academy, Mr Craven uses his Academy membership card to infiltrate Culver and the Culves’ home.
While Mr. Culver is imprisoned in Culver, the Culvens escape the prison and embark on a deadly, world-destroying journey through the halls of Culver.
The Culvers struggle to survive in the halls and the halls’ halls.
At the end of the film, the students are rescued by a young girl, who is brought to Culver by Mr. Craddock (Matthew McConaughey), who then reveals that Culver has a secret that will eventually allow the Culvers to save the world.2.
“Eleanor Rigby” – Adapted Score(No .2, “Serenity”) (PBS, The Verge)The film by David Fincher (Shutter Island, The Social Network) is about the life and times of Eleanor Rigby, the first female president of the United States.
The story centers on Eleanor’s attempt to protect the country from an impending invasion of the aliens that had been threatening to take over the planet.
The invasion takes place in the 1940s, but before the events take place, Eleanor discovers that she is pregnant with a daughter, who the government refuses to acknowledge as a human.
She goes to a doctor, Dr. Leonard Halsey (Robert Duvall), and is given an injection that will give her a baby, who she names Eleanor.
Eleanor’s pregnancy is so traumatic that she and her husband Henry are forced to leave the country and live in the country.
Eleanor, who has just returned to the United Kingdom, tries to hide her pregnancy from her family and from her husband, who will soon be the first president of her country.3.
“Pulp Fiction” – Original Score( No. 1, “No Strings Attached”) (Nominees for Academy Awards, Billboard)The director Michael Powell (The Wire, Breaking Bad) takes his Oscar-winning film, Pulp Fiction, from a dystopian, post-apocalyptic New York, where crime is rampant and drug use is rampant, to the heart of the heartland of the American West, where the frontier is the place where law and order reigns.
The movie is set during the early 1950s, when a young man named Max Estrada (Barry Pepper) has the audacity to join a secret society called the Knights of the Round Table (KOT) and become its leader.
The KOT is led by the legendary outlaw Chuck Norris (Ricardo Montalban), who has a violent streak, but is also known for his compassion.
The two join forces in a plot to bring down Chuck’s regime and overthrow the government.
In a twist, the KOT also has a very important secret: the government of Texas has been using the Knights to train children as assassins.
The group is set to take out the evil Dr. Dre (Mackenzie Davis), who plans to use a virus called S.T.A.R. Labs to bring about a race of genetically engineered superhumans known as the Death Stars, who have been created to fight the Death Star.
The Death Stars will eventually be used by the K.T., who has to kill Dr. Estradas child.
Ethel is one of the Kot’s leaders, and she has the power to manipulate