No one is okay with the Academy Awards the way they are, and everyone seems sure that they know how to fix them.
This season, Hollywood is invested in celebrating the films they love while dodging the cultural bullets coming at them from every angle.
For appealing to voters’ nostalgia for drunken karaoke nights of yore, one film has the upper hand here.
If it were biologically possible to do so, both Ed and I would happily switch places with A Quiet Place’s Emily Blunt.
Sometimes it’s important to just step back and pay your respects to a remarkable actress.
We’re well passed the halfway point in our Oscar prediction cycle and we’re struggling to sustain what little excitement we have for this enterprise.
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.
Said I to my fellow Oscar prognosticator last week, "If Emily Blunt wins the SAG, then I don’t think we should sweat this."
As an old sage one said: If dog feces lands in the pathway of a Ford Galaxie moving toward the camera in agonizing near-slow motion, will it be squashed under tire?
Nominations for the 91st Academy Awards were announced today and The Favourite and Roma led the way.
How has Oscar royally screwed things up this year? Let us count the ways.
See below for a list of the films that just missed making it onto our list of the best films of 2018, followed by our contributors’ individual ballots.
Today, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s New York Film Festival announced its main slate of films for this year’s event.