The 87th Academy Awards surprised thanks to brave acceptance speeches, exuberant musical numbers, and keeping a emotional safe distance from the winners.
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As we dig into Best Actor and Actress, is there anything stopping Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne from winning Sunday night? There might be.
The emotional immaturity and unfocused vision of ‘Don Jon’ makes it hard to enjoy despite earnest performances.
Sundance kicks into full gear with reactions to ‘Kill Your Darlings’, ‘Don Jon’s Addiction’, ‘Austenland’, and ‘This Is Martin Bonner’.
With ‘The Master’ finally arriving in theaters, we look back at Paul Thomas Anderson’s consistently rising history with the Oscars.
Casey C picks the best 100 Actress performances from the past 10 years. Let the debate begin!
Review of ‘Crazy, Stupid Love,’ Phil talks about Comic-Con, Alex interviews Brit Marling and Mike Cahill of ‘Another Earth’.
‘Deathly Hallows’ trailer spoiler, Milos Forman does ‘Ponzi’s Scheme’, ‘Bully Project’ trailer…
The greatest movie discussion, Jackson on set of ‘The Hobbit’, 81 movie titles mentioned in films…
‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ and the Coens make me happy, Julianne Moore and Christopher Nolan make me sad. These are my reactions to the 2011 Oscar nominations.
From veterans who always give great performances to newbies breaking new ground and actors you never thought had it in them, 2010 was the year of the performances.
‘The Complete Metropolis’ is a must own; ‘The Kids Are All Right’ is also pretty good. And now is a good time to check out the Criterion sale.
‘Boogie Nights’ remains my favorite film that Anderson has yet produced and quite honestly I canâ€™t imagine him producing a better picture. To me it offers the charm and eloquence of ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ and ‘Magnolia’ combined with the epic scope of ‘There Will Be Blood.’
Film power 100, no more ‘Haml3t’, logo for ‘Brave’, Julianne Moore loves to cry…
Few races in this season’s Oscar race are shaping up to be more exciting than Best Actress. Here is my breakdown of the race so far.
Two of the actresses most deserving of Oscar attention this season will now be competing in the same category.
The Hours is one of my favorite movies of all time. It does exactly what I think a great movie should; tell a story, tell it well and elicit a strong reaction from the viewer.
‘The Kids Are All Right’ is the rare type of comedy that encourages its audience to demand more from their cinema going experience.
TFE talks to Julianne Moore, Barry Levinson is back in the director’s chair, ‘Rabbit Hole’ gets a poster, ‘Welcome to the Rileys’ gets a trailer.
Here are my early bird predictions for one of my favorite categories at the Oscars!