Unbroken Screens as the Last Gasp of Awards Season Awaits Major Critics
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Unbroken Screens as the Last Gasp of Awards Season Awaits Major Critics

Nothing has won anything major yet. The Imitation Game won the top People’s Choice award…

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National Board of Review Preview, Predictions, Contest!
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National Board of Review Preview, Predictions, Contest!

The National Board of Review, which traditionally announced first during awards season now announces a…

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Sunday Box Office – Imitation Game Huge – Gone Girl Finally Drops out of Top Five in its 9th Week
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Sunday Box Office – Imitation Game Huge – Gone Girl Finally Drops out of Top Five in its 9th Week

The Imitation Game had a huge opening with $482K in just four theaters, making it…

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The Pretenders: Femmes Fatales in the Age of Narcissism
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The Pretenders: Femmes Fatales in the Age of Narcissism

Suzanne used to say that you’re not really anybody in America…unless you’re on Tv. ‘Cause…

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Selma Brings back Martin Luther King, Jr. When he’s Needed Most
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Selma Brings back Martin Luther King, Jr. When he’s Needed Most

Selma just crashed the Oscar race in a big, big way. Naturally, the questions would…

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Cahiers du Cinema’s Top Ten – Love is Strange on the Rise
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Cahiers du Cinema’s Top Ten – Love is Strange on the Rise

It’s nice to see Love is Strange getting so much attention here in the last…

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Checking in with the Critics as we Head into Critics Week
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Checking in with the Critics as we Head into Critics Week

There have been a couple of surprising turns so far, namely that The Imitation Game…

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Predict the New York Film Critics
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Predict the New York Film Critics

On Monday, the New York Film Critics will begin voting. Tuesday, the following day, will…

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POLL! The Shifting Best Actor Race: It’s Anyone’s Game
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POLL! The Shifting Best Actor Race: It’s Anyone’s Game

  The Best Actor race started early this year, in Cannes, when Timothy Spall won…

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Thanksgiving Check-in for Best Picture Around the Web and the Screener Pile
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Thanksgiving Check-in for Best Picture Around the Web and the Screener Pile

Once the weekend is over we’ll be headlong into the early critics awards. The cards…

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Picture of the Day: Happy Thanksgiving from Birdman
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The State of the Race: The Directors Lead the Way
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The State of the Race: The Directors Lead the Way

The recent death of Mike Nichols seemed almost like the final nail in the coffin…

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The Spirit Awards Look a Lot Like Oscar
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The Spirit Awards Look a Lot Like Oscar

There is much ado these days about how the Spirit Awards aren’t honoring independence anymore…

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Oscar Isaac’s The Art of the Sell – Clip from A Most Violent Year
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Oscar Isaac’s The Art of the Sell – Clip from A Most Violent Year

This scene was one of the standouts during the film’s AFI premiere — it is…

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(Poll) Best Actress – Jennifer Aniston Makes a Big Play to Break into the Top Five with Cake
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(Poll) Best Actress – Jennifer Aniston Makes a Big Play to Break into the Top Five with Cake

In a very weak year for lead actress performances, Jennifer Aniston seeks notice for her…

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Predicting AFI’s Top Ten of the Year
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Predicting AFI’s Top Ten of the Year

One of the early announcements, along with the Los Angeles, New York Film Critics and…

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Watch the Live Q&A with Meryl Streep and Cast for Into the Woods
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Watch the Live Q&A with Meryl Streep and Cast for Into the Woods

Predicting New York Film Critics, National Board of Review and Los Angeles Film Critics
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Predicting New York Film Critics, National Board of Review and Los Angeles Film Critics

What really matters, as far as critics are concerned, these four groups, New York, LA, and…

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Creepy Racist Commenters Crawl out from Under Rocks at Breitbart on Selma Story
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Creepy Racist Commenters Crawl out from Under Rocks at Breitbart on Selma Story

Ah, what’s that sound? Racism and misogyny filling the air. Sounds like … mewling and whining…

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Powerful New Selma Clip – David Oyelowo, One of the Best Performances of the Year
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Powerful New Selma Clip – David Oyelowo, One of the Best Performances of the Year

Thanks to Ryan at Indiewire for the link. “What happens when a man stands up…

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