Here’s how the Academy of “Me, Myself, and I” sees the Oscar races for best supporting actor and best actor.
According to the voting members of the Academy of Me, Myself, and I, here are the top ten movies of 2014!
It’s five movies in one, and all of them are engrossing and impressive.
Like its predecessors, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies leaves you wanting less.
For those who feel like Hollywood’s awards season can’t start soon enough, you’re in luck.
Ben Affleck, Robert Downey, Jr. and others are on tap to attend the live Nov. 14 event.
Meryl Streep is her usual powerhouse self as the domineering and vicious Violet, but it’s Julia Roberts who grabs us in ways she hasn’t before with her angry, edgy Barbara.
Technically admirable the film may be, but it’s an hour too long.
This true and harrowing story of a free black man kidnapped into slavery in 1841 hits like a sledgehammer.
The Fifth Estate may fancy itself a cyberthriller, but the thrills are few and far between.
This is as good as “Star Trek” gets, the equal of any of the previous chapters. And that’s saying something.