From Spike to Schrader to some common sense from Frances McDormand.
Are they big, small, crowd-pleasers or niche faves? And what about Netflix?
The Academy’s decision to hand out these awards during commercial breaks shows a fundamental misunderstanding of marketing and cinema.
The German drama, nominated for a cinematography Oscar, is based on the life of painter Gerhard Richter.
Who needs “best popular film” when the deeply flawed box office hit gets a best picture nod?
You won’t hear these names on Tuesday, but don’t forget about Leslie Mann, Sissy Spacek or ‘First Man’
This black-and-white story of musicians in love is as gorgeous to look at as to listen to.
“Stan & Ollie” is homage done the right way. It’s also a testament to self-preservation.
“Capernaum” looks at life in Beirut through the eyes of a world-weary child.
Should “La La Land” win best picture?