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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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    What’s on TV? – Wednesday (3/6/19) – ‘The Real Housewives of New York’ Return to Bravo

    There’s nothing better than winding down after a long Wednesday with some junk food TV. There’s been plenty of debate about the artistic merit of the glut of reality TV shows. However, art and entertainment value don’t always have to intersect. Tonight features some new reality show premieres and other season finales. Celebrate hump day […] More

  • Top 10 Presidential Films

    In case you’re living under some sort of large rock, we here in the United States are having a big election rather shortly. Yes, as we do every 4 years, we’re voting for President and choosing to either re-elect the current President Barack Obama or replace him with Mitt Romney. I’m going to stay away […] 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: Adapted Screenplay

    The screenplay categories have a strong correlation with past Best Picture winners.  In the past few years, “Slumdog Millionaire,” “No Country for Old Men,” and “The Departed” have all won the Adapted Screenplay race that translated to a Best Picture statue.  Other winners such as “The Social Network,” “Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by […] More

  • Awards Circuit Staff Top Ten of 2011

    As the year stands behind us and we gear up for the upcoming award shows including the Critics Choice Awards which will be broadcast on VH1, Thursday, January 12th @ 8pm ET.  Make sure you tune in. As for our own critics here at the Awards Circuit, I am pleased to present the Staff Writers […] More

  • Year-In-Review: 2011 Davis’ Film Awards (Editors’ Choices)

    Putting together a best of the year list can be a daunting task, especially when you have so many films and performances you feel passionate about.  There are obvious performances and films I thought I felt one way about, that either grew on me or was forgotten altogether by year’s end.  You’ll never find a […] More

  • Box Office Final: “Puss In Boots” Fights Off The Competition…

    In box office prognostication, sometimes the only thing ever for sure…is that nothing is ever for sure.  No one anticipated that DreamWorks’ “Puss In Boots” would not only win the weekend over the much hyped action comedy “Tower Heist”, but would also set a record for the smallest drop ever for a fall movie release […] More

  • CLOONEY — FULL TIME ARTIST

    “I think, I hope, my work has gotten better through the years”, smiled George Clooney at TIFF this year, “some of my early performances were, well, terrible.” Not anymore. In fact Clooney has come almost full circle to being one of the most respected actors in the business, an artist able to dig in and […] More

  • Massive Oscar Tracker Update!

    With the recent announcements of Keira Knightley from David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method being campaigned in the Lead Actress category and every actor from Roman Polanski’s Carnage being campaigned in the Supporting categories by Sony Pictures Classics, the Awards Circuit’s Oscar Tracker has been updated. What do these announcement’s mean awards-wise?  Knightley is going to […] More

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