The lead performance Oscars are all but tied up for their frontrunners, but there’s plenty deserving work to admire in our Actor and Actress predictions.
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Final voting for the 2014 Oscars has begun. We make our Best Picture pleas to Academy members, starting with Duncan’s case for ‘Gravity’.
G Clark’s Top Ten: 2013 was a pretty meh year for films, so the cream rose to the top fairly easily.
Who were the year’s original winners at the box office? Melissa McCarthy, Sandra Bullock, low-budget horror and nice movies about race, it seems.
The Film Misery Podcast makes a brief return with a new format and review of the much-lauded film ‘Gravity.’
We still don’t know that much about the 2014 Oscar race, but thanks to the Telluride Film Festival, we know more than nothing.
Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’ has opened this year’s Venice Film Festival on a high note! We gather up the rave reviews of the sci-fi adventure!
In case you needed more reason to get excited, two exhilarating 2-minute clips from Alfonso Cuaron’s space thriller ‘Gravity’ have landed.
‘The Heat’ puts big laughs on the floor, but it’s diluted by some dumb gags and stifling laziness in the emotional department.
This year’s Venice Film Festival has acquired a rare blockbuster to kick-off festivities in Alfonso Cuaron’s space thriller ‘Gravity’.
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.
Stephen Daldry’s latest effort is jam-packed with emotion and sentimentality, but fails to turn it into compelling melodrama.
Casey C’s commentary on the Best Supporting Actress race, and the predicted 5 nominees.
Blacklisted scripts, ‘The Company Men’ positive word, Bridges, Bullock to present Oscars, TCM remembers 2010…
‘Extremely Loud’ could be a 2012 Oscar contender, new images from ‘The American’, trailer for ‘Inside Job’…
Read of the Day: Why are there so few female directors? Is that age-old Hollywood trend of the masculine auteur coming to an end? [The Guardian] News of the Day: Matt Damon says that the next Bourne film might be a prequel. It’s still not worth seeing if Paul Greengrass isn’t attached. [Empire] Review of […]
A month ago, there was a showdown in the Best Actress race. Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan were fighting it out for the large amount of precursor awards. Streep’s starpower was up against Mulligan’s breakthrough status in a heated Awards battle that was expected to last until Oscar time. However, that race is long gone. […]
I’ve been going through the Oscar predictions and narrowing down each category to the five (or for Best Picture, ten) frontrunners and only two alternates. We are fewer than two weeks away from the announcement of the 82nd Academy Award nominees and things are starting to really clear up. Most pundits and Oscar prognosticators have […]
The Critics Choice Awards have come and gone without too much of a fuss. It feels great to be back in Awards telecast mode even though the CC Awards are about as low-key as awards shows get. I missed most of the ceremony, but I caught up with the list of winners so I can […]
Read of the Day: Scott Feinberg has written a fascinating piece in which he compares this year’s Best Actor and Actress possibilities to roles that have been nominated in the past. [And the Winner Is…] News of the Day: For unannounced reasons, Miley Cyrus was disqualified for the Grammy Award for Best Song from a […]