We finally bring our Oscar predictions to an end with Director and Picture predictions, along with final predictions in all categories.
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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.
We round out our predictions of the craft categories by taking on perhaps its two most prominent races, Cinematography and Film Editing.
With 2 weeks left till Oscars, we plow into the main categories with our analysis and predictions of the screenplay races.
This year’s visual effects and sound design races are all too easy to predict, but that doesn’t make their competitors less significant.
One of our writers offers a peak into what her Oscar ballot would look like, starting with the diverse nominees in the craft categories.
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.
Hustle in gang! The Golden Globes are this Sunday, so find out what will win and what really should win.
As ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ moves soulfully into theaters, we count down the top 10 musical moments in 2013 cinema, from ‘Frozen’ to ‘Stoker’.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ led the box office again, but ‘The Best Man Holiday’ and ‘Nebraska’ were the clear winners of the weekend.
‘Carrie’ didn’t burst into smoke at the box office, but it couldn’t reach the heights of ‘Gravity’ or ‘Captain Phillips’ either.
Oscar prediction updates in the eight major categories along with animated feature, documentary feature, and foreign language film.
While ‘Gravity’ is breaking all kinds of box office records, ‘Captain Phillips’ is holding up strong behind it. Great time for prestige thrillers!
This month might have the most exciting new releases all year with anticipated titles like 12 Years a Slave and Blue is the Warmest Color hitting theatres.
A lean, vigorous real world procedural, ‘Captain Phillips’ delivers the pressurized intensity, but not the urgency of its real world message.
Paul Greengrass high-seas hostage thriller ‘Captain Phillips’ has been announced as the Opening Night film at the 51st New York Film Festival!
Film Misery’s 5th Annual Summer Reading List for Movie Fans highlights ten books that have film adaptations coming out this Fall.
‘United 93’ director Paul Greengrass looks to be back in real-life event thriller territory with the new trailer for ‘Captain Phillips’.