As we dig into Best Actor and Actress, is there anything stopping Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne from winning Sunday night? There might be.
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This year’s supporting performance races are a close race between newcomers and unrewarded art house staples. We predict the winners.
G Clark’s Top Ten: 2013 was a pretty meh year for films, so the cream rose to the top fairly easily.
David O. Russell gets funky & raunchy all over again with the new trailer for ‘American Hustle’, starring Christian Bale.
We predict the Golden Globe Awards winners in advance of the awards telecast, complete with ‘Will Win/Should Win’ estimations.
There are no clear frontrunners in the Oscar race this year, but here is who I think will get nominated and who won’t.
The typically scatterbrained Satellite Awards’ rather contradictory list of winners is led by ‘Silver Linings Playbook’.
‘Argo,’ ‘Lincoln,’ ‘Silver Linings Playbook,’ ‘Les Misérables,’ and ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ each nab Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations.
‘Lincoln’ leads the way with ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ close behind.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ landed multiple big awards from the National Board of Review’s generous and unexpected awards announcement.
Despite its shallow script, ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ has some solid performances and stylish direction worth bragging about.
G Clark reviews ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ ‘The Midnight Meat Train,’ ‘The White Bus’—plus one unforgivable clunker in this week’s ‘Quick Takes’ column.
Justin and Alex will be covering the 2012 Twin Cities Film Festival. Check out our schedule of the many movies being screened!
We are now in the post-Toronto portion of the awards calendar. How does that change the Oscar race?
One of these two films sounds like it has a lot of Oscars headed its way.
No more teenage roles for Jennifer Lawrence as she stars alongside Bradley Cooper in David O. Russell’s new film.
The Year in Review for 2011 begins at Film Misery by pointing out the year in stinkers and drawing attention to a few specific films.
This week features a highlight reel of some of the best reviews and moments from the first ever year of the Film Misery Podcast.
What starts out as an interesting premise in ‘Limitless,’ quickly drifts so far from reality that it loses all relevance.
The Criterion Collection release of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ may be the release I have most anticipated all year. Whether you have seen the film or not, this is definitely worth checking out.