Throughout "Up in the Air," the shiny American airport provides the ideal reflective surface for director Jason Reitman to examine his (and George Clooney's) latest indelible character.
When I saw "The Hurt Locker" this fall, I instantly wrote to director, Kathryn Bigelow.
Rob Marshall is a filmmaker plus. The plus is the gargantuan talent and technique he possesses for creating, not just films, but film musicals.
Just a couple of award seasons ago, networks struggled with lackluster ratings for kudocasts and viewers balked at the repetitive nature of what was commonly thought to be a trophy glut.
As the Screen Actors Guild Awards approach, org members have strong opinions on who should win.
Michael Stuhlbarg, Alfred Molina, Abbie Cornish and Maggie Gyllenhaal may not be getting much awards traction right now, but that doesn't mean their Oscar hopes are dead.
Even with all the blogging, prognosticating and analyzing, the Golden Globes continue to throw a handful of thesps into the mix, surprising and shaking up awards season.
You don't need to look hard for the eclecticism contained in this year's slate of acting nominees for Film Independent's Spirit Awards. Just glance at the two movies that head the nominations list.
If critics had their way, George Clooney would have a stranglehold on taking home this year's lead actor Oscar. But how often does the Academy pay attention to critics?