Bruno Barreto's intimate, affecting, somewhat lumpily paced biopic focuses chiefly on poet Elizabeth Bishop's 15-year lesbian relationship with headstrong Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares.
A foray into fiction of sorts for Deutsch, but still of a piece with his previous experimental work, meticulously designed pic might be more at home on the gallery screening circuit.
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A basically constructed but rivetingly researched examination of the global fight for affordable antiretroviral therapy against Western pharamaceutical companies, whose restrictive patent laws amount…
Two years after her first nomination for "Winter's Bone," Lawrence consolidated her next big thing status in 2012, first by headlining the blockbuster "Hunger Games" franchise-starter, then by…
As a stroke patient looking helplessly on as her body progressively fails her, Riva's performance carries both an emotional wallop and a high degree of technical difficulty.
Why she will win: With four noms in eight years, Adams has become something of an Oscar perennial, but she's still awaiting her first win.
It's impossible not to affected by Hathaway's turn as the picked-upon Fantine.
Hunt benefits from having the most screen time of all the nominees: her warm, lived-in turn as an unorthodox sex therapist is arguably a leading performance.
The beloved veteran hasn't received so much as a nom since winning her second Oscar 28 years ago, and her redoubtable Mary Todd Lincoln is a reminder of the talent that's largely been confined to the…