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The Nighthawk Awards: 1961

You can read more about this year in film here.  The Best Picture race is discussed here, with reviews of all the nominees.  First there are the categories, followed by all the films with their nominations, then the Globes, where I split the major awards by Drama and Comedy, followed by a few lists at the very end.   8,805 more words

Erik

Best Adapted Screenplay: 1942

My Top 10:

  1. The Magnificent Ambersons
  2. Bambi
  3. Random Harvest
  4. Now Voyager
  5. The Glass Key
  6. Kings Row
  7. This Gun for Hire
  8. The Man Who Came to Dinner…
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Erik

The Nighthawk Awards: 1960

You can read more about this year in film here.  The Best Picture race is discussed here, with reviews of all the nominees.  First there are the categories, followed by all the films with their nominations, then the Globes, where I split the major awards by Drama and Comedy, followed by a few lists at the very end.   9,139 more words

Erik

The History of the Academy Awards: Best Picture - 2014

The 87th annual Academy Awards, for the film year 2014.  The nominations were announced on 15 January 2015 and the awards were held on 22 February 2015. 9,937 more words

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The Year in Film: 2014

My Top 20:

  1. Birdman
  2. The Grand Budapest Hotel
  3. The Imitation Game
  4. Gone Girl
  5. Inherent Vice
  6. Interstellar
  7. Selma
  8. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies…
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Erik

The History of the Academy Awards: 1950-59 (A Retrospective)

Introduction:

This is a companion piece to three different series.  The first is the The History of the Academy Awards, in which I covered each category in individual posts.   9,146 more words

Erik

The Nighthawk Awards: 1959

You can read more about this year in film here.  The Best Picture race is discussed here, with reviews of all the nominees.  First there are the categories, followed by all the films with their nominations, then the Globes, where I split the major awards by Drama and Comedy, followed by a few lists at the very end.   9,271 more words

Erik