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Just an Honor to be Nominated: 5 Best Picture Nominees That Should've Won

It’s simple. Sometimes the award winner isn’t the best, it’s simply the most popular among the judges in that moment. We’ve seen it happen. In 1941, … 697 more words


Winter's Bone (2010)

In this last election, Hillary Clinton supporters went out of its way to convince voters that rural poor white America doesn’t exist, and if it does, it’s their own fault. 1,714 more words

Winter's Bone

Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell
Published by Hodder & Stoughton
Published 15 March 2012
208 pages

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Wednesdependents' Day - Winter's Bone (2010)

One of the reasons the Oscars is always so exciting is the potential of new blood shining amongst a sea of weathered vets, maybe even pulling an upset and taking home the gold for themselves. 767 more words


Winter's Bone

Bleak and gritty drama set in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri, featuring an outstanding breakout performance by the pre-Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence that actually deserved to win an Oscar (don’t get me wrong, she was good in… 381 more words


Too Delightful & Too Far from Home: Winter's Bone by Daniel Woodrell

The plot of Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell conforms to conventional thriller stakes. Ree, our protagonist, looks after her mentally incapacitated mother and two young brothers since her father left them with an unfulfilled promise of returning. 492 more words


Winter's Bone (2010)

A 17 year old girl left to care for her family in dirt-poor rural Alabama goes in search of her absentee father when faced with the choice of either forcing him to appear before the court or losing their home. 143 more words