Awards

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Wonder Boys

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The Lazarus of Hollywood movies in 2000, "Wonder Boys" has been revived in an act of good faith by Paramount, and as a stroke of sustaining good working relations between the studio and director…

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You Can Count on Me

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A gentle movie with a big emotional payoff, Kenneth Lonergan's "You Can Count on Me" could be considered a throwback to Oscar's favorites of years past such as "Secrets and Lies," "Tender Mercies"…

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Documentaries

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Oscar's feature documentary category traditionally honors those pics in which the filmmaker's vision truly makes it to the screen with serious matters predominating. This year, docu feature…

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Dancer in the Dark

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Leave it to the French to stir things up. Last May, in another one of their audacious moves, the jury at Cannes embraced "Dancer in the Dark" director Lars von Trier and his volatile star Bjork by…

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Guilds applaud peer peaks

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Although the principal creative guilds were formed primarily to protect the rights of their respective members, the Writers Guild of America started handing out awards in 1947 as a way of celebrating…

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Finding Forrester

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Columbia's December release "Finding Forrester," is the kind of kinder, gentler picture that usually pops up in December to warm the hearts of Academy voters. The fact that the film stars three Oscar…

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The Gift

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In "The Gift," director Sam Raimi ("The Evil Dead," "Dark Man") works from a script by Billy Bob Thornton and Tom Epperson once again to tell an unsettling story of human redemption featuring…

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