East Coast or West Coast? As the Oscar season gets moving, 23 major critics groups around the globe weigh in on their choices for the year's best.
To quote a colleague from a recent conversation outside a Los Angeles screening room, "No two film critics are alike," to which I add, "and no two film critics are going to see the same films."
David Ansen (Newsweek) Best1. American Splendor2. Lost in Translation3. Finding NemoWorst1. Alex and Emma2. Legally Blonde 23. Anger Management Jami Bernard (N.Y. Daily News) Best1. Lord of the…
Crix orgs winners don't necessarily correlate with Oscar voters. Last year, only the National Society of Film Critics correctly predicted any Academy Award winners.
It won't be the hobbits facing off against Neo for this year's visual effects Oscar, after all. While "Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" made the list, surprisingly, neither "The Matrix…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has named its newest screening room in honor of visual effects pioneer Linwood Dunn.
It's Hollywood's dirty little secret. The Golden Globes really matter. On Dec. 18, more than 400 media members gathered at 5:30 a.m. at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to hear announcement of the…
Reporters who complained about the cattle-pen environs of the Hollywood press junket didn't know how good they had it.
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Larry David continues to push his semi-fictional character into the bowels of self-indulgence, but just when you think he's gone too deep, something reels him back in and "Curb Your Enthusiasm"…