A review of Guillermo Del Toro’s latest, ‘The Shape of Water,’ followed by a discussion of how the still-young Awards season is shaping up.
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George Miller’s western blockbuster ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ pulled a surprise win atop an otherwise scattershot group of National Board of Review winners.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ landed multiple big awards from the National Board of Review’s generous and unexpected awards announcement.
There were some surprises in today’s NBR awards as the Oscar races become to come into focus in some categories.
As is typical for this group, they have chosen a good mix of the expected and the alarming. ‘The Social Network’ got head-over-heels endorsements today winning not only the expected Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, but also Best Actor and Best Picture…
At yesterday’s National Board of Review awards ceremony, Wes Anderson couldn’t make it to receive his Special Filmmaking Achievement Award. So he accepted his award the best way he could:
The National Board of Review Winners came pouring in as the first major precursor of the year. Up in the Air takes home the big prize, Precious got snubbed even from the top 10, Warner Bros. films dominated, and none of it means anything regarding this year’s awards race. National Board of Review Award Winners […]
Oh, the NBR. Every year bloggers and film writers across the internet complain about how much of a joke the National Board of Review is. Most of the voting members aren’t journalists or members of the filmmaking community, but film “enthusiasts” and students. The are one of the oldest Awards bodies and they began with […]