Who will win? I’m thinking Portman, Firth, Bale and Weaver.
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‘The Social Network’ is the buy of the week and it goes the extra mile (or five). If you have a Blu-Ray there is more to check out, it is a week of depressing films, but good ones.
My predictions for the 16th Annual Critics Choice Awards. Will the Oscar frontrunners have their night or will some new blood get into the race?
Awards come in from the National Society of Film Critics, the Kansas City Film Critics, the Central Ohio Film Critics, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and the North Texas Film Critics…
This year top prizes go to ‘True Grit,’ ‘The Social Network’, and ‘The Kids Are All Right’…
Some are obvious, some might be surprises, and others you might flat out disagree with. These are my top ten favorite films of 2010.
2010 was a great year, in my humble opinion and 2011 looks to be pretty fantastic as well. Here is my top ten and a few of the things I am most excited about.
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.
With the enormous amount of activity recently in the precursor race, enough has been gathered to give us a few pretty clear ideas about the direction of the Oscar race.
In a slow week for precursors, the Phoenix Film Critics Society decide to vote very slightly outside of the box.
The Austin Film Critics Association decides to change things up a bit, if ever so slightly.
To recite an overused quote this season “A million critics awards is not cool. Do you know what is cool? A billion critics awards.”
‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ gets some love and ‘The Social Network’ continues its reign with the Golden Satellite Awards.
Some films get unexpectedly ignored during precursor season. These critics want to make sure ‘Biutiful’ doesn’t become one of them.
‘The Social Network’ gathers some more awards while ‘127 Hours’ and ‘Winter’s Bone’ also get some mild support.
‘The King’s Speech’ and ‘The Fighter’ lead this year’s batch of nominations. What do you think they indicate for the state of the Oscar race?
The SDFCS decide to mix it up a bit and provide the most diverse batch of awards I have seen this season. Only one of them goes to ‘The Social Network’…
The African American Film Critics Association, the San Francisco Film Critics Association, and the Toronto Film Critics Association add their voices to the chorus of support for ‘The Social Network.’
‘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.
Another critics group with unclear geographical limitations loves ‘The Social Network’. Apparently a film that is set in the lower midwest “best evokes the spirit of the South”.