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  • Academy Award voters opt for the sunny over the dark

    Academy Award voters opt for the sunny over the dark
    Like some Zen master clandestinely operating in the heart of Hollywood, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has perfected the art of offering surprises without being surprising. Though specific Oscar nominations can be unexpected, the...
  • Melissa Leo and Richard Jenkins relish nominations

    Melissa Leo and Richard Jenkins relish nominations
    Melissa Leo and Richard Jenkins are both respected veterans of the independent film scene, having played a full roster of supporting characters over the years. But their respective Oscar nominations for lead actress and lead actor -- a first for both of...
  • SAG Awards Express 'Doubt'

    The movie is called "Doubt," but members of the Screen Actors Guild seem to have few misgivings about it. The film is the leading nominee for the 15th annual SAG Awards, which were announced Thursday (Dec. 18). It picked up five nominations -- individual...
  • During award season it pays to be Kate -- or Cate

    During award season it pays to be Kate -- or Cate
    If you're an actress, keep in mind that when it comes to getting nominated for an Oscar it doesn't hurt if your name is Kate. Kate Hepburn managed to do it 12 times, winning a record four as leading actress, more than any other actor. By age 32, Kate...
  • Highbrow films (such as 'Frost/Nixon') wait and see

    Highbrow films (such as 'Frost/Nixon') wait and see
    “I’ve Loved You So Long” is the kind of acclaimed foreign-language movie that should do solid business in unprovincial locations such as New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Nashville and St. Louis. Ten weeks after Sony Pictures Classics first...
  • 'Rachel Getting Married,' 'The Wrestler' get Indie Spirit noms

    'Rachel Getting Married,' 'The Wrestler' get Indie Spirit noms
    "Ballast," an austere drama about a grieving man who forms a bond with a woman and her young son, "Frozen River," a somber tale about the relationship between two poverty-stricken women, and "Rachel Getting Married," an intimate drama about a young...
  • Three Movies Go for Six at Spirit Awards

    Rachel is getting more than married: She has six nominations for Film Independent's Spirit Awards. " Rachel Getting Married," wherein an addict played by Anne Hathaway leaves rehab for her sister's wedding, was joined by suicide drama "Ballast" and...
  • 'Slumdog Millionaire' wins National Board of Review nod as best film

    'Slumdog Millionaire' wins National Board of Review nod as best film
    " Slumdog Millionaire," Danny Boyle's stirring fable about a young man who reflects upon his poverty-stricken life while competing to win 20 million rupees on India's version of "Who Wants Be A Millionaire," on Thursday was named best film of 2008 by...
  • 'Milk,' 'Benjamin Button' lead Broadcast Film Critic noms

    'Milk,' 'Benjamin Button' lead Broadcast Film Critic noms
    "Milk" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" dominated the nominations this morning for the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s 14th annual Critics' Choice Awards, receiving eight nods each. "Milk," Gus Van Sant's drama about Harvey Milk, the openly gay...
  • 'Wall-E' wins L.A. Film Critics award

    'Wall-E' wins L.A. Film Critics award
    The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. named " Wall-E," Disney/Pixar's animated film about a little robot who falls in love, the best film of 2008 on Tuesday afternoon. The Batman adventure "The Dark Knight" was runner-up. Sally Hawkins, who played the...
  • New York Film Critics Circle chooses 'Milk'

    New York Film Critics Circle chooses 'Milk'
    Gus Van Sant's "Milk" received best picture honors Wednesday from the New York Film Critics Circle. The moving drama about openly gay San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Harvey Milk, who was slain 30 years ago, also won best actor for Penn and best...
  • Movies may win big over films

    Movies may win big over films
    Rumor has it that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may actually honor some movies at this year's Oscar ceremony. Movies, as opposed to, you know, filmsfilms. Movies are those big, loud, colorful things that play on many cineplex big...