Link(s) of the week:
With The New York Times reporting that Academy members were meeting to discuss the future of the Oscars, Sasha Stone of Awards Daily gave five suggestions for AMPAS to keep in mind when they get together.
The staff at The Hollywood Reporter looks back on the late Roger Ebert’s 20 best and worst reviewed films.
Dean Treadway of Filmicability gives a touching tribute to the late critic that inspired so many.
With Jurassic Park being re-released in 3-D this weekend to celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary, Gregory Ellwood and the staff at In Contention looks at 15 other films that might be worth seeing in 3-D.
Peter Bradshaw at The Guardian takes a look at the best films to come out this spring.
David Christopher Bell at Film School Rejects ranks the 10 silliest ways characters in movies have been resurrected.
Anthony Ocasio at Screen Rant has an informative Character and House Guide for you fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Drew Taylor at The Playlist ranks the 5 best and 5 worst horror remakes.
The staff at The Film Experience rank the 10 best directors of the 21st century.
Andy Greenwald of Grantland gave us a nice spoiler-free preview for season six of Mad Men, which premieres this Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT on AMC.
Michael C. at The Film Experience asks if a bad sequel can diminish a classic film.