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Awards come in from the National Society of Film Critics, the Kansas City Film Critics, the Central Ohio Film Critics, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and the North Texas Film Critics…
The Academy reveals their shortlist of the seven potential Visual Effects nominees and the Visual Effects Society reveals their nominations. Which ones will make it to Oscar?
‘The King’s Speech’ gets a boost, ‘True Grit’ and ‘127 Hours’ get snubbed and the Musical/Comedy category is pure insanity in this year’s list of nominations.
Lock yourself in a room with a Blu-ray player and watch Joseph Gordon-Levittâ€™s gravity-fight scene over and overâ€¦
The Academy has narrowed the potential nominees for Best Visual Effects to 15. So who will be the final 5?
‘The Social Network’ wins another big batch of Awards. Will David Fincher’s film be able to sustain its success throughout the entire precursor season or will it peak too early?
‘The Social Network’ leads the 2010 D.C. Critics awards and ‘The King’s Speech’ gets snubbed in some major categories.
The Golden Satellite Awards nominate ‘Inception’ and just about everything else that has been on an Oscar prediction chart this year.
Almost all of the films on the latest Movies to See list are available on DVD or in theatres. How many have you seen?
Is this finally the year that Roger Deakins wins an Oscar? Or will a previous winner prevent his time from coming?
The Oscar predictions have been updated! Here is a break down of who I think will win in the various categories.
The American movie going audience proved their willingness to gobble up Hollywood unoriginality this summer at the Box Office.
‘The Game’ is certainly not Fincherâ€™s strongest film, but it was a solid follow-up to his great debut, Se7en. It is a relatively simple-minded story that goes a few steps beyond the typical blockbuster.
Does this weekend’s Box Office total further indicate the fall of 3D?
I was amazed and entertained while watching Memento. It’s a perfect fable of a movie. I felt like Nolan sat me down and said “Want to hear a good story? OK, but guess what I’ll tell it backwards and see if you can follow”. Simple as that.
After weeks of decline the Box Office finally gets a boost this weekend thanks to four new releases.
The Best Picture predictions now have a new feature called “The Odds”. Each film is given a percentage based on how likely I think it is to get nominated for an Oscar in that respective category.
Between the NFL season opener, Toronto Film Festival coverage, and the fact that the weather was gorgeous in much of the country, Americans had plenty of reasons to avoid the cinema this weekend.
September is notorious for its quiet weekends at the Box Office, which was demonstrated last week with Labor Day weekend’s smallest overall gross of the year.