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Who will take home the awards on cinema’s biggest night?
The near-silent performance makes this survival film transcend the genre.
‘The Lego Movie 2’ builds on the success of the original with more humorous pop culture-drenched adventure.
Narrow defintions of “Oscar worthy films” and Hollywood politics shut out some of the year’s best. Let’s change that.
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly carry the story of legendary duo Laurel and Hardy.
The gorgeous Polish tale of love behind the Iron Curtain would be a layup for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in a non-‘Roma’ year.
Barry Jenkins follows up ‘Moonlight’ with the textured racial mood piece, ‘If Beale Street Could Talk.’
A look back on the cinematic year that was.
The latest DC Comic movie struggles to find a balance between keeping a straight face and having fun.
The first soundtrack album I ever knew deeply was Mary Poppins, and of all the delightful songs from that movie, the one that really stirred… Continue reading
The animated comic book gets stuck up on its multiverse fan service.
Alfonso Cuarón’s memories and vision guide the Spanish-language Oscar front-runner about a young housekeeper in 1970s Mexico.
Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz bring catty rivalry to the queen’s court in ‘The Favourite.’
The legend’s latest rendition can’t overcome its modern smirky tone and bland lead actor.
Despite its cornball touches, Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen shine as a 1960s jazz pianist and his hired muscle.
Get in the festive spirit at home with these beloved seasonal films.
Steve McQueen’s feminist heist thriller stretches itself far too thin.
The Coen brothers’ new anthology seves as a glorious ode to Westerns’ dusty death.
‘Outlaw King,’ the Chris Pine-led 14th century epic about the First War of Scottish Independence, signals Netflix’s attempt to conquer the Oscars.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ hits some musical high notes, but the Queen biopic largely plays it too safe.