Alex and Duncan make their final predictions for the big eight categories ahead of this year’s Oscar awards.
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Could Michael Haneke win Best Director? Or Daniel Day-Lewis lose Best Actor? Vote for one of these unlike upsets.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts spread the love across their film award winners.
The third and final installment of the Film Misery Awards honors the Best Performances, Best Writing, Best Director and…. Best Picture!
Hilary delivers her list of the top films of 2012, along with recommendations for further viewing!
We predict the Golden Globe Awards winners in advance of the awards telecast, complete with ‘Will Win/Should Win’ estimations.
‘The Master’ and ‘Argo’ found themselves favored with the Online Film Critics Society, while ‘Cloud Atlas’ and ‘Skyfall’ got special mentions.
There are no clear frontrunners in the Oscar race this year, but here is who I think will get nominated and who won’t.
‘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.
The trend is beginning already and there is a new leader in the Best Actress precursor race.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’, ‘Lincoln’, and ‘How to Survive a Plague’ won big with a Boston Society of Film Critics ready to spread the love any way they could.
Kathryn Bigelow’s film and Steven Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ add to their win tally with another bunch of awards.
Alex and Phil discuss what makes a good Bond villain and a slightly different Spielberg film.
The first critics group of the year weighs in with a familiar group of winners.
Brief reviews of ‘The Other Dream Team,’ ‘Bernie,’ ‘Mirror Mirror,’ ‘Glengarry Glen Ross,’ and ‘Lincoln.’
Far more than a treacly ode to America’s most beloved president, ‘Lincoln’ is a witty, insightful and thoroughly engrossing tribute to the feats and follies of an American democracy.
November kicks the fall film season into full gear with family entertainment, historical drama, and many masterful directors! Here’s what to check out!
Brief reviews of 3 films by directors with new releases this fall: ‘In Bruges’, ‘There Will Be Blood’, and ‘Fish Tank’.
The output from New York Film Festival continues as Steven Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ surprises audiences at this year’s secret screening.