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    Awards Profile: Irrational Man

    Welcome to the 2015 Awards Profiles series.  For the next two months, every day (except for Saturday), we will bring you a run down of a future 2015 film that we see as a potential awards vehicle for next year’s Academy Awards.  This is all speculative since with just about all these films, we haven’t seen a […] More

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    Stat Awards Monday #1 – Making sense of the fresh faces in Best Actor

    Welcome to Stat Awards Monday (or, SAM, for short—see what I did there?—I know, but just go with me here). In this new awards season weekly column for Awards Circuit, I—Sam—will be taking you on an investigation of interesting stats currently brewing in the Oscar race. Sometimes, it’ll be big (have the Oscars ever “split” […] More

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    CONFIRMED! John Lithgow and Alfred Molina are Co-Leads for ‘Love is Strange’

    The race for the awards has officially begun.  Today, we launched our “FYC Tracker” to keep an eye on all screeners and promotional material received during the next few months.  With that, the first official screeners for members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association were received.  Sony Pictures Classics got the ball rolling with Woody […] More

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    Are There Legitimate Musical/Comedy Contenders for the Golden Globes?

    The 2014 Musical/Comedy races at the Golden Globes look bleak. After one of the best Musical/Comedy fields in memory in 2014, it looks like we’re back to a crop of questionable inclusions and non-Oscar contenders. Below, I analyze Musical/Comedy contenders and pretenders for the Best Picture – Musical/Comedy, along with Best Actor and Best Actress […] More

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    Oscars 2014: New Faces, Few Spaces

    OSCAR CIRCUIT: A few changes have occurred in the 2014 Oscar Predictions.  Rumors of Saul Dibb‘s Suite Francaise, Todd Haynes’ Carol, and Justin Kurzel‘s MacBeth moving to 2015 have floated around so I jumped the gun and removed them from the predictions.  Sadly on the surface, with those three big films moving, I’m beginning to […] More

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    Community Reactions: Brain vs. Brawn vs. Fluff(y)?

    This weekend sees a sci-fi, Luc Besson-enhanced ScarJo combatting an amped up, bedraggled demigod at the box office. In terms of ticket sales, Lucy has the upper hand, having earned $2.7 million last night and beating Hercules by a cool 600k. But, in spite of only screening for critics a mere hour before its public […] More

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    Magic in the Moonlight (★★★)

    It’s gotten to be a bit of a running joke in the cinema world that every other year Woody Allen puts out a “lesser” work. That’s not completely untrue, but I’m pleased to say that this year Allen’s “off year” outing is pretty solid in and of itself. Beautiful looking and a fun vehicle for […] More

  • First Trailer for Woody Allen’s ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ Premieres

    Even though some suspect that this will be Woody Allen‘s “off” film this year, I’m still very hopeful for Magic in the Moonlight. True, I normally enjoy Allen’s movies more than most, but I also like when he plays with older themes in his work. Here, he’s got at least one plot element and one […] More

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    Emma Stone Joins Joaquin Phoenix in Woody Allen’s Latest

    Could Emma Stone be on her way to becoming Woody Allen‘s next muse? I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s a sure thing, but not everyone gets invited back for a second film of Allen’s (she stars in the soon to be released Magic in the Moonlight for the filmmaker, in case you weren’t aware), and especially […] More

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