’300: Rise of an Empire’ and ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ both put up seemingly strong debuts, but ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ was the weekend’s titanic winner.
Awards season and Oscars now behind us, we look at the appetizing lineup of March releases, from ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ to ‘Nymphomaniac’!
’12 Years a Slave’ won Best Picture at last night’s Academy Awards, but ‘Gravity’s dominance still makes it feel like a stalemate year.
We finally bring our Oscar predictions to an end with Director and Picture predictions, along with final predictions in all categories.
The lead performance Oscars are all but tied up for their frontrunners, but there’s plenty deserving work to admire in our Actor and Actress predictions.
This year’s supporting performance races are a close race between newcomers and unrewarded art house staples. We predict the winners.
We round out our predictions of the craft categories by taking on perhaps its two most prominent races, Cinematography and Film Editing.
The Academy continues to struggle building a strong shorts category, but that makes it easier for us to predict who’ll win these races.
Spectacle bears heavy on the craft races as we predict the Oscar winners of the Costume Design, Production Design and Makeup categories.
With 2 weeks left till Oscars, we plow into the main categories with our analysis and predictions of the screenplay races.
The Animated, Documentary and Foreign-Language Feature races are amongst the most unexpected this year, and are thus challenging to predict.
Final voting for the 2014 Oscars has begun. We make our Best Picture pleas to Academy members, starting with Duncan’s case for ‘Gravity’.
This year’s visual effects and sound design races are all too easy to predict, but that doesn’t make their competitors less significant.
Just getting off its premiere at Berlin Film Festival, the trailer for ‘The Two Faces of January’ promises an exciting thriller vehicle for Oscar Isaac.
Our countdown to the 2014 Oscars begins with our analysis and predictions for the Original Score and Original Song races.
‘The Lego Movie’ is a stunning, silly and manic cartoon adventure, transforming its corporate branding into a spastic rebellion of unhinged creativity.
We’re already a week in, but we have the rundown of the ten films you simply must see this February, from ‘The Wind Rises’ to ‘The Lego Movie’!
The Oscar nominated shorts are making their way through theaters, but is their an implicit message about the Best Picture race in play?
After news of his death, we take the time to remember Philip Seymour Hoffman’s most memorable, personal moments and wish him an aching farewell.
We’ve had our say of our favorite films of 2013. Now it’s time to vent our frustrations on the worst movies of the year! Let the carnage ensue!