Posts with the tag The KIng's Speech.

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Oscar Coverage: Mike Walkey's 2011 Academy Awards Round-Up

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  March 1, 2011 @ 3:03pm

Where was Ricky Gervais when we needed him?! Shame on you Hollywood for being too sensitive and ostracizing the acid-tongued Brit comic after the Golden Globes. At least he told actual jokes!

What I witnessed Sunday evening had to be the most awkwardly boring Oscar telecast I have ever watched.

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Walkey Talk: David Fincher - A Retrospective

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  February 21, 2011 @ 5:10pm

The best director race this year has become much closer now that Tom Hooper from The King's Speech scooped up the Director's Guild Award – a common indicator of the Best Directing Oscar winner. There are some pundits who still believe The Social Network's David Fincher is the man to beat come February 27th.

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Oscar Talk: Lose Yourself

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  February 6, 2011 @ 7:53pm

I love this time of year (Oscar Season) because it allows me to talk about so many great films. Films that challenge and inspire. Films about courage and triumph. Films about loss and heartache. Films of passion.

Discussing great films to me is like having a great dance partner.

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The Oscar Race: Walkey's Thoughts

Posted by: Michael Walkey  //  January 30, 2011 @ 6:33pm

So the big news this week is of course the Oscar nominations, causing people like me to over-analyze everything. Who can blame us? The Academy Awards is our Superbowl. I will be making observations about the Oscar race for the next couple of weeks.

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Oscar nominations: The King's Speech receives 12 noms, with True Grit, The Social Network, and Inception close behind

Posted by: Paul Little  //  January 25, 2011 @ 9:26am

The 83rd Annual Academy Awards are coming up on February 27th, and with one month to go until the biggest awards show in entertainment, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences this morning announced the Oscar nominations bright and early.

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