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    Top 10: Comedies of the 2010s

    During these unprecedented times, we can all use a good comedy to bring a smile to our faces. Throughout the last decade, Hollywood gave audiences plenty of theatrical experiences to make them cry with laughter. The successful ones led to countless re-watches with dozens of quotable lines from larger than life characters. The genre’s best […] More

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    Six Circuit: Which 2011 Best Picture Hopeful Came ‘Incredibly Close’?

    Welcome to the thirty-seventh entry in our Six Circuit series. Of our Best Picture winners this decade, none have steamrolled the season quite like “The Artist” in 2011. The silent film won tons of Best Picture awards on its way to the Oscars. This includes the PGA, DGA, BAFTA, Critics Choice, Golden Globes Awards. Though the winner […] More

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    Top 10: Best Oscar-Nominated Comedic Performances

    In honor of her upcoming film “Snatched,” today we celebrate Goldie Hawn‘s incredible comedic Oscar win in 1969 for “Cactus Flower.” The Oscars often get skewered for not acknowledging comedic performances as often as they do the frowning side of the thespian mask; after all, the old adage goes that it’s harder to make someone laugh than […] More

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    Awards Circuit Anniversary Celebration: Top 9 “Out of the Box” Oscar Nods

    To celebrate Awards Circuit’s 9-year anniversary, the site will be dropping a new Top 9 piece every hour, on the hour! Each one will take on a different list – from movies, to television, to the Oscars and more. Thanks to all the readers for their continued engagement in our community over the years. We […] More

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    Film Review #2: Spy (★★★)

    “Spy,” the latest comedic collaboration between director Paul Feig and star Melissa McCarthy, is not just funny – it’s funny as hell. In her first breakthrough solo comedy (we’ll just forget about “Tammy” for now) McCarthy proves she can handle a film all by herself and kill it. McCarthy’s stole the show in the overrated […] More

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    Women in Cinema: The Ladies of the Summer Blockbuster

    WOMEN IN CINEMA: Summer blockbuster season is upon us, and as is the case each year, the studio releases include a slate of predominantly male-led films. This year is a little different, though. Because this year, 17 out of the 40 summer films feature women in major, if not leading, roles. In comparing this with years […] More

  • Which Scenes from 2011 will you remember?

    Much like Kris Tapley over at In Contention does his list of the 10 best shots of each year, I like to do something similar as well here at The Awards Circuit. The wrinkle for me is that I go with the best/most memorable scenes of the year. It’s also kind of a tie in/companion […] More

  • Oscar Circuit: Best Original Screenplay

    And the Nominees Are: “The Artist” – Michel Hazanavicius Oscar scene: The opening establishment of the times in Hollywood “Bridesmaids” – Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig Oscar scene: The dueling speeches “Margin Call” – J.C. Chandor Oscar scene: Jeremy Irons explains how they will survive the crisis “Midnight in Paris” – Woody Allen Oscar scene: […] More

  • Which Films Can Stand the Test of Time?

    Every year, even though the vast majority of movie releases are all but instantly forgettable, we have some films come out that you just know will be still remembered fondly 25 years later. 2011 was no exception. It’s a bit early to know which will survive the test of time, but I’m willing to bet […] More

  • Screen Actors Guild Predictions

    Tonight, the Screen Actors Guild will present their winners for the very best in film and television.  The SAG awards have presented themselves as the most telling precursor of them all.  Last year, they matched up with Oscar 100% in their choices.  This year will be even more telling as the race seems wide open […] More

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