Dear AMPAS: It’s not too late to walk back your inexcusable decision to banish this and other technical categories to commercial breaks.
After winning his second DGA award last night, there’s no reason to believe that Cuarón won’t complete the hat trick at the Oscars.
From the opening image of Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, the banal and sublime walk hand in hand.
The perfect wind-down to summer arrives in this superlative Blu-ray presentation of Alfonso Cuarón’s liberating and caustic film.
Cuarón’s visually dazzling tale of survival in space gets the royal treatment from Warner with an exemplary A/V transfer and a bevy of relevant extras.
This is a complete list of our predicted winners at the 2014 Academy Awards.
In the absence of a de facto Best Picture frontrunner, the Oscar here usually goes to the slickest contender.
This past weekend, Gravity claimed the Live Action Film award for sound mixing from the Cinema Audio Society, one more precursor voting body whose results could prove prescient when it comes to Oscar’s March 2nd endgame.
It’s a good thing the Best Director category didn’t go the way of Best Picture to accommodate more nominees, because this year’s campaign has only ever been a three-man race even in its most competitive stages.
Although the conclusion is foregone, this year’s visual effects category reveals some hard truths about the current state of big-budget moviemaking.
The most pleasant surprise of this awards season has been the widespread embrace of Her.
I looked back on the year and thought about single cinematic images that knocked me flat.
It would certainly make sense to see Paul Greengrass among shoo-ins like Steve McQueen and Alfonso Cuarón.
This is a film that most would agree boasts a whole lot of locks and scant few question marks.
In what sense, then, is Machete Kills not simply that: a cash-in sequel meant to make fast money?
I’m so thankful I moved in time to take in the indelible shot of Sandra Bullock floating in an embryonic state.
On the visual front, it seems highly unlikely that Bruno Delbonnel will be passed over in the Cinematography field.
So, Contagion is the reigning champion—at least, until Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity opens in IMAX 3D this Friday, the first AHB to open in the two-plus years since.
Alfonso Cuarón’s triumph is an invigoratingly clean, elegant display of action choreography, a La Région Centrale you can still take grandma to see.