Wherein our intrepid reporter uses another Saturday to consume as many Best Picture nominees as he can, just in time for the Oscars.
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Wherein our intrepid reporter consumes as many Best Picture nominees as he can and lives to tell the tale.
Each day this week, TIME examines a group of Oscar categories to help you ace your office-pool ballot.
This uplifting saga about a football team from depressed North Memphis is up for a Best Documentary prize. Does it earn its nomination?
Two of this year’s biggest Oscar exclusions have us wondering: in an era of increasing motion capture use, what does it mean to animate a film?
Eighty-three movies have been dubbed Best Picture since the first Oscar ceremony in 1927. That year, the silent WWI flying film Wings won the top prize over two other nominees. It remains the only silent film to ever win Best …
The Oscar-nominated actress bases her performance of the title character, a lady disguised as a man, on Charlie Chaplin.
This year’s Oscar nominations are vacuous in so many ways – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a preposterous choice for best picture – but the focus of the ire “coming out of me like lava” is the Academy’s nomination …
The Artist and Hugo lead the nominations race, as Meryl, Michelle and Viola compete for Best Actress and friends George and Brad vie for Best Actor
The nominations are in, and we’ve got the dish on what it all means. The big battles: The Artist vs. Hugo, Clooney vs. Pitt, Marilyn vs. Maggie — and Dragon Tattoo vs. the Motion Picture Academy