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Some Lessons on How Not to Become an Oscar Nominee
Watching a lot of movies that don’t quite get nominated for Oscars reveals hard lessons about what not to do if you want to win awards.
Who Makes It Out of
Spoiler alert: not the women.
Wastes the Cinematic Partnership of Annette Bening and Oscar Isaac
A movie about life, itself, but mostly Annette Bening smoking and Oscar Isaac looking pensive.
Trailer: An Intergenerational Tale of a Lot of Crying
Premieres September 21.
This Is Us
Creator Unites Oscar Isaac and Olivia Wilde in
Written and directed by
This Is Us
creator Dan Fogelman.
new on netflix
What’s New on Netflix: March 2015
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
6 Great Biographical Docs to Stream Right Now
Grab your remote.
Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down? A Roger Ebert Quiz
Can you guess which movies Ebert liked and which he didn’t?
Roger Ebert Documentary
Is a Poignant, Moving Portrait
Director Steve James cuts back and forth between Ebert’s last days and the story of his rise.
cannes film festival 2014
After a Cannes Screening Mishap, Chaz Ebert Asks, ‘What Would Roger Do?’
The Ebert documentary malfunctioned two-thirds of the way through its only screening.
Roger Ebert Tribute
: Sundance’s Biggest Tear-Jerker
Roger Ebert was a Sundance staple, and audiences at this year’s fest are paying tribute.
15 of This Year’s Most Intriguing Sundance Films
Including entries that star Anne Hathaway, Bill Hader, Ryan Reynolds, and Kristen Stewart.
Read the First Pages of Roger Ebert’s Memoir,
“I was born inside the movie of my life.”