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Oscar Talk: Argo Annointed Hollywood's Best

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  February 27, 2013 @ 5:56pm

The Oscars are a funny breed. Trying desperately every year to be hip and every year ever so slightly missing the mark. On paper, they should be huge: Hollywood is a multi-billion dollar industry filled with globally recognizable employees.

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2013 Oscars: Live tweeting during the telecast, links to our lead-up coverage, and a complete list of winners after the show

Posted by: Showbiz Monkeys  //  February 24, 2013 @ 5:35pm

85th Annual Academy Awards Coverage:

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Oscar Talk: Can Big Ben Get It Done?

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  February 18, 2013 @ 8:35pm

After criticising how predictable the Oscar race has become in recent years, it was almost as if Hollywood heard me and decided to turn this year's race into one of the most interesting.

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Critical Perspectives: Thoughts on America in Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty

Posted by: Elizabeth Hughes Belzil  //  February 4, 2013 @ 5:21pm

2012 was a year full of surprises: the world did not end as predicted by the Mayan calendar and two of the best films were about America.

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Oscar Talk: What Goes Around Comes Around

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  January 12, 2013 @ 6:38am

Nominations for the 85th Annual Academy Awards were announced Thursday and sure enough, just as I predicted, the race is being hyped as a battle of two pictures. The only thing is, I predicted the wrong two films! This year's Best Picture will not bear the name Les Miserables or Zero Dark Thirty.

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Walkey Talk: Let The Race Begin!

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  December 27, 2012 @ 6:59pm

I'm often asked, "How does one get into film criticism as a profession?" And I always give the answer I once heard Roger Ebert say, "You've got to write for whoever will publish you."

If you've made it that far, consider yourself lucky, because the next step will pro

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