A review of Guillermo Del Toro’s latest, ‘The Shape of Water,’ followed by a discussion of how the still-young Awards season is shaping up.
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The Official Film Misery Live Blog for the 89th Academy Awards. G Clark give you winners, predictions, and his inimitable wit and insight!
An overview of what the nominees for the 89th Academy Awards *should* have been if the Academy had a lick of sense about them.
The second year of a new tradition: G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot. 2016 Edition!
A listing of all 2016 Academy Award nominations—with G Clark’s characteristic droll wit and insightful commentary as icing on the cake.
The 2016 BAFTA nominations were announced this morning; here is a full list with insightful and drolly witty commentary provided by G Clark.
G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot.
Part 1 of our 2-part discussion of the year’s Oscar Nominations
As the dust settles, we take a quick look at the nominees for the 2015 Academy Awards, where ‘The Revenant’ and ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ loom largest.
Our countdown to the 2014 Oscars begins with our analysis and predictions for the Original Score and Original Song races.
With the PGA, SAG and DGA winners announced, are the Oscar winners clear now, or even foggier than before?
’12 Years a Slave’ certainly lives up to the hype, but does Oscar talk live up to the film? Duncan discusses the obscenity of Oscar speculation.
Duncan offers thoughts on the coming Oscar season, but expresses caution against getting too attached to the Academy Awards.
Hilary dishes on last year’s oscar-winning documentary, this summer’s popcorn blockbuster, and the newest series from Netflix.
Get ready for an impromptu movie-themed dance party! Ellen DeGeneres is set to return as host of the 86th Academy Awards!
G Clark offers Quick Takes on ‘Amour,’ ‘Barbara,’ ‘On the Road,’ ‘Sister Peach,’ a classic horror film, and a recent Adrien Brody trainwreck.
Kim Ki-duk’s Golden Lion-winning ‘Pietà’ is a violent, relentless film about a sociopath, too concerned with shocking its audience to be truly effective.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include offerings from Criterion, Warner Bros, Ghibli, some über-amusing horror flicks, and ALL THE TARANTINO.
The Academy announces the qualifying titles in the Best Animated Feature race, teeming with studio efforts and foreign submissions.
The Intouchables is standard, unremarkable, crowd-pandering fare—almost certain to be on the shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film.