Results from the 81st annual Academy Awards
The Los Angeles Times film review of ‘No Strings Attached’: ‘Well, it’s bad. But…It’s not nearly as bad as Norbit’
Best Actress Oscar: Portman vs. Bening - PopEater
In the lead-up to the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes are usually a pretty good indicator of who is on the road to Oscar glory
I have no problem with gays serving openly in the military.
Oksana Grigorieva faces many court-ordered depositions this week
Movie Review: 'True Grit' - TheDC
The story of True Grit is as simple as a classic western and as iconic as a Greek drama — a tale of revenge and redemption, told with wit, grit, and a dash of cathartic poignancy.
As 2010 draws to a close, Ron Hart recalls his fondest memories from the past year.
Some call the Democrats “socialists,” but I think it is worse than that.
Director Eric Brevig and his film crew, who were fans of the cartoon series, try to keep Yogi Bear’s classic, lovable character intact
In the span of less than a day, independent film cognoscenti on both coasts have declared the teeny drama ‘Winter’s Bone’ a top film of the year
How bad does 'Burlesque' want to be? - NY Daily News
‘Burlesque’ review: Christina Aguilera doesn’t shine, but Cher and dance numbers sparkle
Teachers’ unions really, really don’t want this film to reap an Oscar nomination; such an honor would entice many more Americans to see this vital film
You want tears? You want convulsive sobs, weepy remorse, pleadings for forgiveness? Well, look elsewhere, because Eliot Spitzer isn’t going to give them to you
Dino De Laurentiis, an Academy Award-winning Italian-born film impresario who helped revolutionize the way movies are bankrolled and sold, has died. He was 91
Mad Mel must pay ex big $$ - NY Post
Mel Gibson reportedly has been ordered to fork over $60,000 in back child support to his baby mama — and to let her live rent-free in his Sherman Oaks, Calif., home with their year-old daughter
Twelve Oscar winning movies were set or filmed in Washington, DC, along with dozens more which were not recognized by the Academy
Late last week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was still coming to terms with that most deeply confounding of European filmmakers, Jean-Luc Godard
Even though the Academy Awards are months away, ‘The Social Network’ and ‘Toy Story 3′ have already been named as contenders for Best Picture
The stage, television and motion picture director whose revolutionary treatment of sex and violence in the 1967 film transformed the American film industry, died Tuesday night
Naomie Harris, Jessica Chastain, Keir Gilchrist and Andrea Riseborough may not be big names, but they appear poised to break out of the pack