The titles most worth getting excited for come from genres like animation, horror and action. Plus, a Film Misery favorite is now a Criterion film.
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‘J. Edgar’ controversy, Sorkin nearly does Pixar, Kenny Loggins does new movie soundtracks…
Review of ‘Moneyball’, poll results about best young actor of 2011, and review of ‘Straw Dogs’…
‘Moneyball’ will be more appreciated by people who love baseball, but the performances and pace can be appreciated by anyone.
Some call it an Oscar lock and others call it melodramatic and cheesy. What’s the real deal on ‘Moneyball’?
View my Oscar predictions, share yours, and discuss live as the ceremony happens!
Some of the Oscar races are going to come down to the wire. These are the ones that are pretty much wrapped up already.
With the enormous amount of activity recently in the precursor race, enough has been gathered to give us a few pretty clear ideas about the direction of the Oscar race.
Aaron Sorkin posted a comment on a blog that may put to rest the ‘Social Network’ sexism controversy once and for all.
Does ‘The Social Network’ present women too negatively?
Despite its construction flaws, The Social Network is undeniably one of the most important movies of the decade.
The teaser for ‘The Social Network’ only gives us a few pieces to the puzzle.
Aaron Sorkin’s script features some quick back-and-forth dialogue and makes the upcoming film look quite promising.