The boy wizard’s last hurrah still, however, has a better shot in this category than Midnight in Paris.
Bridesmaids is just glad to be invited, no? A “memorable” quote from the film according to IMDb: “You’re like the maid of dishonor.”
That a now slimmer, totally unfunny Seth has been nominated for an Oscar before McLovin’ is the only kink in a category preoccupied with old men getting real with their feelings.
As long as there’s a Transformers film franchise, there’s a good chance Oscar nominations for special effects are going to be thrown at it like alien shrapnel.
We caught up with Bromberg to discuss what it’s like playing for drugged-up audiences and how the profession of being a touring musician brings out masculine angst like no other.
The most delightfully animated feature in this bunch, Kung Fu Panda 2 is still at best a slab of warmed-over holiday seconds.
We kick off our Oscar winner-prediction coverage this year with the category even AMPAS wants to flush.
There’s something both odd and reassuring that the most hyped young horror director in America today is a full-blown classicist.
As with any auteur (and I don’t hesitate to use that vaunted word here), it helps to recognize where the filmmaker is coming from and what he hopes to achieve.
Here’s a list of 15 memorable movie ledges, from cliffs to rooftops to ominous subway platforms.
Jarecki’s new documentary is a rousingly aching piece of social analysis and commentary.
No longer very keen on courting Oscar, Soderbergh has turned to genre films that get the blood pumping.
It’s both unfair and too easy to shake out predictions for this category based on what is most likely to appeal to the Kindle Fire set.
Wiseman spoke to us about working with William Castle, the clash between art and commerce, and the documentary power of the Marx Brothers.
Since The Artist’s ubiquity is even growing tedious for those who kneel at its grayscale altar, let’s just stick to the facts.
Bresson’s best works attain an air of perfect reverie through a conception of framing and montage that seems equally contrary to the classic idea of what an image, or sequence of images, should represent.
I can recall a time when music videos were all but doomed to certain extinction.