Just like those primaries, Oscars are anyone's to win
IDOLS BY DEGREES
No writers? Luckily, it's Christmas
Hollywood races to beat unions' pact deadlines
'Daddy Day Camp': such a lost cause
Go For It
Collection shows chemistry of Martin and Lewis
For black films, going global isn't easy
Finding his way on a new path
GOING FOR THE GOLD
SUN NEWS DIGEST
you're such a critic
THE QUESTION: What movie did you see in the past year that left you crying for the 120 minutes you'll never get back?
Eddie's shtick isn't slick
Oscars reflect newfound diversity
Oscar-nominated films might depress you
Pulitzer columnist laughed at life, death
Comic Lil' JJ has big talent
Muvico sells most tickets in nation to 'Dreamgirls'
Michael Sragow's Favorite Films
What dreams are made of
Reinventing the musical film for new audiences
And she is telling you she's not going
Hollywood embracing diversity
Comic Eddie Murphy creating buzz in serious role
Q&A; Tim Johnson
Lost in the forest of awards Essay: Once all of America -- maybe even all the world -- tuned in to the annual Oscar show to see who won. Now, with so many movie awards, it almost doesn't matter.
Teens, real and imagined
A Chance to Shine Tryouts: Middle school students sing, dance, act or otherwise try to prove themselves worthy attending the School for the Arts.
'Metro' goes only halfway