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What type of catty comments would Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close make on The Help’s Wall?
Analysis and predictions for the writing categories at this Sunday’s Oscar ceremony.
Analysis and predictions for the categories of Best Original Score, Song, Sound Mixing, and Sound Editing.
Almost a week away from the Oscar ceremony and we look at one of the categories that features the most newcomers this year.
Two days before the Oscar nominations are announced, it’s time to make some final picks!
Alex is joined by Clayton Davis this week to make final predictions for the 2012 Academy Award nominations.
New Criterion releases, good word for ‘Haywire,’ Brad Pitt giggles for three straight minutes…
These are my top 5 DVD releases this week and a bit of uncalled for Oscar prognostication from yours truly…
Stay tuned for live commentary and results throughout the night during the Critics Choice Awards.
The way I see it, there are 12 movies that still have a shot at a Best Picture nomination.
How big of a WGA and Oscar crossover will there be this year?
In case you missed the podcast, here is a full write-up of my top 10 films of 2011.
These are my top ten films of what I consider to be a quite remarkable year of cinema!
Terence Malick’s ‘The Tree of Life’ gets snubbed as the Best Picture race continues to get more interesting.
Alex and Phil spend the whole episode counting down their own top 10 films of 2011.
A closer look at which films and performances appear to be locks now that many major precursor groups have chimed in.
‘The Help’ leads with 4 nominations, ‘The Artist’ is close behind with 3. Guess which two films were snubbed?
Awards also go to Albert Brooks, Michelle Williams, Brad Pitt, and a surprise winner for Best Supporting Actress…
Which films are locked for Best Picture this early in the year?