‘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.
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’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.
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 Oscar nominated shorts are making their way through theaters, but is their an implicit message about the Best Picture race in play?
With the PGA, SAG and DGA winners announced, are the Oscar winners clear now, or even foggier than before?
One of our writers finishes up her dream Oscar ballot with her choices for the picture, performance and writing categories! See how it shook down!
Hilary gravitates toward documentaries, formal and conceptual innovation, blending of the real and surreal, and direct, immersive stories in her Top Ten Films of 2013.
G Clark’s Top Ten: 2013 was a pretty meh year for films, so the cream rose to the top fairly easily.
Hustle in gang! The Golden Globes are this Sunday, so find out what will win and what really should win.
2013 was a disappointing movie year for Justin. But that’s his own damn fault, not the movies.
Nebraska, All is Lost, and a few other films get an awards boost from this “independent” awards ceremony.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ led the box office again, but ‘The Best Man Holiday’ and ‘Nebraska’ were the clear winners of the weekend.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ romanced… oh, I mean shocks and stuns audiences with a huge $86.1 million opening, well beyond its predecessor.
‘Ender’s Game’ battled boycott and botched marketing alike to conquer the weekend with $28 million.
‘Upstream Color,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ and ‘Blue Caprice’ also receive multiple awards.