In a year when progress for women and people of color was highlighted, the lack of woman-directed winners still feels glaringly apparent.
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As Oscar night quickly approaches, we start our countdown by predicting the Cinematography and Visual Effects races and giving our dream ballots for each.
Emmanuel Lubezki comes for seconds and the apes aim for their first in our Oscar Countdown on the cinematography and visual effects categories.
‘The Croods’ is that rarefied gem from Dreamworks Animation, combining gorgeous visuals and slapstick wit to tell a profoundly touching story.
Sex, spies, and samurais abound in this week’s vast and playful batch of DVD and Blu-Ray releases!
Could Ang Lee’s ‘Life of Pi’ pull a ‘Hugo’ and win both of these visual categories?
Alex and Phil discuss what makes a good Bond villain and a slightly different Spielberg film.
James Bond gets the Sam Mendes treatment. Interpret that as you may.
Some exciting new cast and crew members make ‘Skyfall’ a hotly anticipated addition to the James Bond franchise.
‘Uncle Boonmee’ and ‘Rango’ both rank among the year’s best. If you haven’t caught them, don’t hesitate!
Deakins switches to digital film, Sean Penn in ‘This Must Be the Place’, trailer for ‘The Arbor’…
‘Rango’ will provide plenty of temporary laughs for cinephiles, but once it gets past the referential humor what is left is pretty shallow.
Share your favorite and least favorite moments from last night’s Oscar ceremony.
Hours away from the Oscars there are a few categories that are still completely up in the air. These are the five most difficult to predict categories this year.
There are two films in strong competition for Best Cinematography consisting of two veteran cinematographers. Which one will finally have their year?
Will somebody give this guy an Oscar already?
‘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.
Out of all the critics awards that have been announced over the past several weeks, none this year may look more like they are trying to predict the Oscars than the Online Film Critics Society.
‘True Grit’ is one of the funniest, most exhilarating, and memorable films of the year.
Is this finally the year that Roger Deakins wins an Oscar? Or will a previous winner prevent his time from coming?