In a year replete with great trash, American Hustle is the crown princess of the bunch.
If I had to bet which Oscar contender will score the most nominations without a single win, I’d go for Saving Mr. Banks.
Streep has earned kudos for a performance that’s fine, but not stellar when measured against her better work.
The Butler is likely to crack the Best Picture lineup, even if claiming the big prize is all but impossible.
A buzzworthy turn overshadowing a movie’s failings is a trend this Oscar season.
It would certainly make sense to see Paul Greengrass among shoo-ins like Steve McQueen and Alfonso Cuarón.
“Young and Beautiful” might be the very best thing to have emerged from Luhrmann’s epic undertaking.
This is a film that most would agree boasts a whole lot of locks and scant few question marks.
On the visual front, it seems highly unlikely that Bruno Delbonnel will be passed over in the Cinematography field.
To many fans dismay, the arenas in which the film is most likely to fall short are the acting categories.