One of the silliest award giving groups out there announces their 2011 nominees.
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Check out ‘Black Swan’ and the Criterion release of Mike Leigh’s mini-masterpiece, ‘Topsy-Turvy.’ There are a few more of last year’s Oscar contenders for those of you who are still catching up. Once again, a strong week for DVDs.
Oscar nominees were heavily featured at the Independent Spirit Awards as the winners were announced last night.
Some of the Oscar races are going to come down to the wire. These are the ones that are pretty much wrapped up already.
‘The Social Network’ won the ACE Eddie award this year. Does that make it a lock for Best Film Editing?
There are two films in strong competition for Best Cinematography consisting of two veteran cinematographers. Which one will finally have their year?
Two Oscar nominated films won awards from the Art Directors Guild. Which of the two will go on to win the Oscar for Best Art Direction?
‘Black Swan’ abridged, BAFTA loves Lee, Original Songs are back, white people having lunch…
The Super Bowl and lack of good new releases kept a lot of people from the theatre this weekend, making it one of the lowest of 2011 so far.
Controversial movies, RIP John Barry, TCM plays Governor Award Winners, trailer for ‘Beginners’…
Anthony Hopkins helps his film win the weekend while Oscar nominees continue their strong and lengthy runs.
Oscar nominations have been announced! See how I did on my predictions…
We are fewer than 24 hours from the announcement of the 2011 Oscar nominations, so it is high time for an eleventh hour predictions update…
Several of the films that will potentially compete for Oscars had excellent performances at the Box Office this weekend.
The Oscar nominations are almost here. Less than 4 days away. Here are five nominations Iâ€™d like to be surprised by next Tuesday
My predictions for the 16th Annual Critics Choice Awards. Will the Oscar frontrunners have their night or will some new blood get into the race?
‘True Grit’ continues to have excellent success at the Box Office. Does this spell favor with the Academy in the Best Picture race?
2010 was a great year, in my humble opinion and 2011 looks to be pretty fantastic as well. Here is my top ten and a few of the things I am most excited about.
The 2010 Box Office goes out on a high note with four potential Best Picture nominees all finishing in the top ten.
‘Black Swan’ is less imaginative than Aronofskyâ€™s other films, but its lead performance makes it a venture that should be seen with reservations.