In the most retro ceremony ever, 10 of the 18 awards for which live-action feature films were eligible went to a pair of tributes to silent pictures
The Pentagon-approved action film locks down the No. 1 slot, as the Oscar-favorite silent film “The Artist” manages only a whisper
This geopolitical action film, starring active-duty Navy commandos, clarifies the U.S. mission abroad: to save our country by blowing stuff up GREAT.
Each day this week, TIME examines a group of Oscar categories to help you ace your office-pool ballot.
Safe House edges The Vow, as five movies break the $20-million threshold over the four-day frame
The French director of The Artist may be an unknown to American audiences. but he’s been paying tribute to Hollywood-style movies for his entire career
In its revival of the 1981 Merrily We Roll Along, the Encores! series resurrects a famous old flop and gives it a happy ending
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Denzel Washington and The Rock also score well, and even Jar Jar Binks finds a few fans, as moviegoers plight their troth big-time
Agnieszka Holland’s Oscar-nominated film tells the true story of a Polish-Catholic sewer worker and thief who kept Jews alive in Nazi-occupied Lvov
In this efficient spy chase film, the star plays a CIA rogue who messes with Ryan Reynolds’ pretty mind
“Halftime in America” was the spawn of director David Gordon Green, poet Matthew Dickman and a car company and ad agency willing to sponsor an art film to run on the Super Bowl