‘The King’s Speech’ gets a boost, ‘True Grit’ and ‘127 Hours’ get snubbed and the Musical/Comedy category is pure insanity in this year’s list of nominations.
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‘The Social Network’ wins the top prize from the Los Angeles critics who make a few outside the box selections in their annual awards.
‘Winter’s Bone’ proves it can win with groups that don’t only focus on independent films.
‘The King’s Speech’ gets a much needed victory from the British Independent Film Awards after being quiet so far in the precursor season.
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…
Boosts this week come for ‘Winter’s Bone’, Justin Timberlake, Matt Damon, and the documentary ‘Waste Land’.
Almost all of the films on the latest Movies to See list are available on DVD or in theatres. How many have you seen?
The Oscar predictions are updated. What do the current trends say about who will be the eventual winners and losers?
We are introducing a new feature at Film Misery. Every month we will write about the movies that we are most anticipating. To start, here’s November.
RIP George Hickenlooper, ‘Four Lions’ raved, first look at ‘Tintin’, trailer for ‘London Boulevard’…
The Oscar predictions have been updated! Here is a break down of who I think will win in the various categories.
Out of all of the major categories at this time in the year the two races that are the most up in the air are Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress.
Gurus update the charts, Freeman gets AFI honor, ‘King’s Speech’ wins Hamptons, new ‘Harry Potter’ poster…
Which film has the best trailer? Which film are you most excited for? Watch all three and comment!
The Best Picture predictions now have a new feature called “The Odds”. Each film is given a percentage based on how likely I think it is to get nominated for an Oscar in that respective category.
Kelly gives us her thoughts on one of the most popular films at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The first clip from Tom Hooper’s drama showcases the performances and something that wasn’t mentioned much in the reviews.
Analysis of the Oscar news from Tellluride and Venice as well as this week’s batch of Boosts and Drops.
Franco or Firth? Who has a better shot at a best actor nomination this year?
Another contender with chances at a best actor this season is “The King’s Speech”. It stars Colin Firth as King George VI who got over a speech impediment with the help of a therapist played by Geoffrey Rush.