The glamour! The excitement! Only in Hollywood could you find a slew of photographers feverishly snapping away at a boxful of envelopes.
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“Chicago” is about murder, betrayal and manipulation. And it’s the closest thing to a feel-good movie among this year’s Oscar nominees for best picture. Some have described 2002 as a bit of a bummer…
Even if it had no extras, film fans should rejoice in the DVD bow of "Trouble in Paradise," the impossibly swanky and delightful Ernst Lubitsch-directed comedy. But the Criterion Collection has…
Usually, the Academy Awards best-film race contains three or four December openers, but all five of the current best-picture contenders opened in the last two weeks of the year. No wonder there's…
Our Academy Award expert lists a handful of interesting facts about this year's crop of nominees.
Oscar nominations this year require endless footnotes, especially when it comes to studio tallies for feature-length pics.
In a wacky year, the list of Oscar also-rans is as interesting as the nominees. "Antwone Fisher," "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" and "Rabbit-Proof Fence" went home empty-handed.
Facts about each of the nominees
The Roxie moxie worked its magic as "Chicago" -- the musical tale of murderess Roxie Hart -- mowed down 13 Oscar nominations, including best pic. Miramax scored big in Tuesday's announcement of noms…
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