This dysfunctional family drama set in suburban Connecticut examines the sexual revolution of the swinging 1970s.
The plight of comedy motion pictures at Oscar time is always the same. It's hard to break through the bias toward more serious fare when Academy members choose the five nominees for best picture.
Only Billy Wilder has been more Oscar-nomination friendly in the top six categories than Woody Allen. The crusty old master has garnered 21 total nominations to the Woodman's 19 --- one as an actor…
The other movie this year aside from "Boogie Nights" to center on the anatomical Mr. Happy also was a huge independent hit in this indie-trendy era.
The last time Jodie Foster and Robert Zemeckis were in the Oscar-buzz loop was the last time she acted and he directed. In 1994, they both benefited from the academy's love affair with movies about…
The main problem for "Donnie Brasco," as with every film released prior to the summer of 1997, is just being remembered.
Tailor-made for end of the year Seriousness, Michael Winterbottom's "Welcome to Sarajevo'' is already being compared to another tale of journalists-in-war, and one with Oscar laurels --- "The Killing…
Hollywood was still reeling Monday over the terrifying $39.2 million opening of Miramax/Dimension's "Scream 2," which exceeded most industry expectations by more than 35%.
"The Boxer'' enters the Oscar ring with considerable weapons in its corner. Pound-for-pound, few films this season carry the kind of Oscar pedigree of this one.
Multi-character slices of life have often piqued Oscar's interest, from director Robert Altman's best-picture nominees "MASH," "Nashville" and "The Player" to such eclectic, character-teeming…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M Warner Brothers
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures