Top Tens of the Top Tens

Movie City has compiled the full list.  But here is how the year ended up – the top ten films of all of the top ten lists. 7/10 of them ended up being nominated for Best Picture.  Life of Pi is number 12 and Les Miserables is number 27.
Posted On 20 Jan 2013

Predict the SAG and the PGA Awards

SAG Contest PGA Contest We will be doing a longer preview for the SAG Awards closer to the event but our contest is open for business. The two big awards shows coming up, the Producers Guild and the Screen Actors Guild should give us an idea of how things will go. We are an Oscar...
Posted On 20 Jan 2013

Joaquin Phoenix on Winning the LFC

Anne Thompson posted the winners of the London Film Critics awards and Joaquin Phoenix does a funny thing there at the end: “I struggle with the idea of winning awards for acting. Stating I’m Best Actor for something as subjective as film seems strange to me. To the...
Posted On 20 Jan 2013

The NY Post and Jeff Wells Continue their Lincoln Take-down

How do you know you’re up for Best Picture in 2012? A journalist at the New York Post so fears Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln winning Best Picture that he has to write an op-ed that smears President Lincoln 150 years after his assassination.  It’s really no wonder,...
Posted On 20 Jan 2013

London Critics Circle Awards

Film of the Year Amour Director of the Year Ang Lee (Life of Pi) Actor of the Year Joaquin Phoenix (The Master) Actress of the Year Emmanuelle Riva (Amour) (via Paddy at ScreenOnScreen)
Posted On 20 Jan 2013
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