No one is okay with the Academy Awards the way they are, and everyone seems sure that they know how to fix them.
The industry’s existential crisis has polluted this race so thoroughly that it feels eerily similar to the 2016 election cycle all over again.
This season, Hollywood is invested in celebrating the films they love while dodging the cultural bullets coming at them from every angle.
Sigh, can we just edit this whole Oscar season from our memories?
Throwing questions of artistic merit out the window, opponents of a Rami Malek win have dutifully cast doubt on his ideological purity.
Mahershala Ali, still fresh off his prior win in this category, performs utter miracles with the role of jazz pianist Dr. Don Shirley.
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.
That Christian Bale packs it on and sheds it off with the change of seasons has become the essence of his thespian identity.
Said I to my fellow Oscar prognosticator last week, "If Emily Blunt wins the SAG, then I don’t think we should sweat this."
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.
Three years after he hit paydirt and a bonanza of critical acclaim for The Big Short, Adam McKay is back with Vice.
The film is beautifully shot, art-directed, and costumed, with shades of “Vogue,” “Die Another Day,” and more evident throughout.