With the central love triangle taking centerstage, the show's emotional core has never been clearer.
Golden Globes: Comedy/Musical: Picture
This chamber tuner is alternately accomplished and shaky, but the playwright is a talent to watch.
Over the past few years, an awful lot of awardworthy scripts have fallen into the doom-and-gloom category: "No Country for Old Men"; "There Will Be Blood"; "The Reader" -- the list went on and on…
This season's directing contenders -- those garnering critics' org attention and nominations buzz -- in one sense worked within two opposing categories of scope and ambition: Either they took us to a…
As the year's film grosses are toted up, you can take this to the bank: Very little of that coin will have come out of Hollywood pockets.
Tennessee Williams more or less got it right: Sometimes there's God -- or Paramount -- so quickly.
"Frosty" offers more coal than goodies for the audience's stocking.
A hallucinogenic climax sums up this ungainly amalgam of outrageous imagery and serious subtext.
Voting history proves that the Academy prefers comfort food over the spicy fare.