Rather than ranking the movies this time, the Gurus of Gold have instead put the top movies and a second group of films they were less sure of or haven’t seen. Movies I think will or might be in I put in my lower group — it isn’t a top ten, however. It is still
A movie only the French could have made. And if you look up sensuous in the dictionary there will simply be a picture of this movie. Whatever punishments the director put these women through it produced an exceptional work of art.
It’s funny how we bloggers often try to stuff contenders into categories to suit our own desires. Factoring in the performances in movies yet to be seen, at this point in the race it looks to me like the strongest contenders are these: 1. Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine 2. Sandra Bullock, Gravity 3. Judi Dench,
Amat Escalante‘s ultraviolent crime-thriller romance involving a cop, a kid and a cartel won the director prize at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Now Mexico has submitted the controversial love story as its candidate for Oscar’s Best Foreign Language film. “The film is a fiction. It’s about characters, a family that is destroyed by
Last year, for the first time in as long as anyone could remember the DGA ballots were turned in before Oscar nominations were announced. This year, the Producers Guild announces a full week before AMPAS’ ballot deadline. But the DGA’s nominations come just one day ahead of the Oscar ballot deadline. That means there is