Another high profile film gets raves on the Lido.
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There is a good mix of much appreciated films this week, I just happen to be in the minority by either disliking or being disinterested in all of them.
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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 King’s Speech’ nearly sweeps the BAFTA Awards, but it loses in one key category.
The film winners for the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as they are announced…
The Golden Globes was neither impressive nor disappointing. Here are my thoughts on the evening. What are yours?
Who will win? I’m thinking Portman, Firth, Bale and Weaver.
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.
‘The Social Network’ wins the top prize from the Los Angeles critics who make a few outside the box selections in their annual awards.
Two major critics groups announce their winners early next week. Will the outcomes affect the Oscar race in any major way? Here are my predictions…
‘The King’s Speech’ gets a much needed victory from the British Independent Film Awards after being quiet so far in the precursor season.
A lot of famous British actors have appeared in the Potter films. These are the ones who missed out.
Boosts this week come for ‘Winter’s Bone’, Justin Timberlake, Matt Damon, and the documentary ‘Waste Land’.
Kelly gives us her thoughts on one of the most popular films at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The first clip from Tom Hooper’s drama showcases the performances and something that wasn’t mentioned much in the reviews.
Analysis of the Oscar news from Tellluride and Venice as well as this week’s batch of Boosts and Drops.
Franco or Firth? Who has a better shot at a best actor nomination this year?
Another contender with chances at a best actor this season is “The King’s Speech”. It stars Colin Firth as King George VI who got over a speech impediment with the help of a therapist played by Geoffrey Rush.
Most people seem to believe that the guest is the most boring part of shows like “The Tonight Show” or “The Daily Show.” I always say it depends entirely on the guest. For instance, last night’s “Daily Show” guest was 2010 Golden Globe nominee, and future Oscar nominee, Colin Firth. I’ve always known that Firth […]