A (hopefully) foolproof guide to the Oscars

It’s been a winding road to the Oscars this year, with enough close races to make every nominee watch his or her back. The competition is so good even the best prognosticators are still at a loss to name a Best Picture. Some categories are gimmies, ... Continue Reading →

The Oscars: Voters must look beyond status quo

There are two lists Hollywood values above all. One is the list of the highest grossing films of the previous year. Last year, “The Avengers” easily topped the list with a gross of more than $623 million, with “The Dark Knight Rises’” $448 million ... Continue Reading →

And the Oscar (might) go to…

The Oscars are scheduled for February 24th. Nominations were released Jan. 10th. I pour over the nominations each year, and I’ve taken time to review the predictions. My Emmy predictions were 50 percent correct last fall, but I think I have better odds ... Continue Reading →

Like Oscars, Razzies overlook real nominees

While Adam Sandler seems set to sweep this year’s Golden Raspberry Awards, the event will likely once again overlook those films truly deserving of the distinction of the year’s worst. The annual Oscar-spoof awards ceremony, which started in 1980, ... Continue Reading →

Tech wizards thrown bone while celebrities get gold

It’s somewhat ironic that in an age of film increasingly dominated by technology, the knob-turners and computer geeks behind the camera are as ignored as they’ve ever been. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had its annual Scientific ... Continue Reading →
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