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72nd Golden Globe Awards Nominations

Oscar frontrunners “Birdman” and “Boyhood” actually face off at the Golden Globes this year, being placed in separate categories which allows them both to win and thus gives no one an inclination as to what will play out at the Oscars. 892 more words

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21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Nominations

No real surprises anywhere here. Could be pretty close to what we see come Oscar nominations. Expect Jake Gyllenhaal (“Nightcrawler”) to be the top of the dark horses in the Best Actor category however, possibly pushing out David Oyelowo (“Selma”) or Timothy Spall (“Mr. 1,739 more words

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Film Review: The Theory of Everything

Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones star in James Marsh’s The Theory of Everything. It is part biopic and part love story of English physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking (Redmayne) and his first wife Jane Wilde Hawking (Jones). 49 more words

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Oscar Season: Washington DC Film Critics Association Awards

Good thing we got our “Snowpiercer” and “A Most Violent Year” wins early because we are about to settle in for the long haul with “Boyhood” bringing home all the Best Film of the Year lists. 289 more words

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Oscar Season: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

Without fail, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association picks independent darling “Boyhood” and director Richard Linklater as their winners. For some reason, Patricia Arquette takes Best Actress rather than Supporting while Best Foreign Film winning “Ida” has supporting actress Agata Kuleszka winning in that category. 194 more words

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Oscar Season: Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

Yet another win for “Boyhood” and director Richard Linklater, but “Birdman” takes some pretty high profile wins away from it, with Michael Keaton getting his first real win, while Emma Stone’s name pops up for the first time this season. 210 more words

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Oscar Season: New York Film Critics Online Awards

Richard Linklater and his twelve years in the making “Boyhood” take the first lead of the critics award season, getting picked now by both New York Film Critics bodies. 177 more words

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