The Official Film Misery Live Blog for the 89th Academy Awards. G Clark give you winners, predictions, and his inimitable wit and insight!
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An overview of what the nominees for the 89th Academy Awards *should* have been if the Academy had a lick of sense about them.
The second year of a new tradition: G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot. 2016 Edition!
A listing of all 2016 Academy Award nominations—with G Clark’s characteristic droll wit and insightful commentary as icing on the cake.
G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot.
The Animated, Documentary and Foreign-Language Feature races are amongst the most unexpected this year, and are thus challenging to predict.
Final voting for the 2014 Oscars has begun. We make our Best Picture pleas to Academy members, starting with Duncan’s case for ‘Gravity’.
With would-be front-runners Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow out of this category, it’s now a two-way race for Best Director!
Of the supporting Actor and Actress races, one is all too easy to predict. The other one, however, is the year’s most unpredictable.
G Clark offers Quick Takes on ‘Amour,’ ‘Barbara,’ ‘On the Road,’ ‘Sister Peach,’ a classic horror film, and a recent Adrien Brody trainwreck.
Kim Ki-duk’s Golden Lion-winning ‘Pietà’ is a violent, relentless film about a sociopath, too concerned with shocking its audience to be truly effective.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include offerings from Criterion, Warner Bros, Ghibli, some über-amusing horror flicks, and ALL THE TARANTINO.
Switzerland’s latest Best Foreign Film Oscar entry, Sister, provides a realistic, sometimes devastating window into the life of a pair of have-nots in modern Switzerland.
Brazil’s submission to the 85th Academy Awards, The Clown, is a magical confection mixing equal parts Wes Anderson, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and Federico Fellini.
Tarantino’s latest gets a beautiful but messy trailer. Everything in it looks good, but the presentation is lacking.
‘The Artist’ accused of rape, new rules for nonfiction Oscar hopefuls, and a rare fluff interview from Jon Stewart.
A pre-emptive look at the people, movies, moments, and anything else unlikely to receive the credit (or derision) they deserve in 2011.
Movies from Alexander Payne and David Cronenberg as well as what to look forward to at Film Misery in November.
Seasoned veterans and up and comers will clash in this year’s race.