Sources Say The Informant! is Worth the Exclamation Point

I am so excited for my date tonight with a man known for his toupe, bad moustache, recent weight gain and prison sentence.  The Smothers Brothers, the stalker chick from "Two and a Half Men," a punctuation mark and Decatur, Illinois are also involved.  AND Scott Bakula! (Who didn't love "Quantum Leap?") ...more

The Academy Awards Try To Make Up For "The Dark Knight"

It took Batman to bring the Academy to its knees.  Next year the 82nd annual Academy Awards will have ten Best Picture Nominees.  You know whose fault that is?  Batman's.  Or rather last year's Batman movie, "The Dark Knight," starring Christian Bale and Academy Award winner Heath Ledger.  Because Academy voters weren't hip enough to nominate the very worthy "Dark Knight" for Best Picture instead of say that hideously overrated "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," the Academy's gone off the deep cinematic end and decided to have ten Best Picture nominees next year.  ...more

It's true, the Academy doesn't run out and actively find the good films and nominate them.  A ...more

And the Winners Are

Here were my original predictions. I want to thank the Academy … ...more

Heath Ledger died long enough ago that he was actually featured in LAST YEARS Oscar's ...more

It’s Award Time Again!

 Award season is here - SAG, Directors Guild, Golden Globes and of course the Academy Awards in 2 weeks. Was just thinking over past winners and there are many multi taskers among them. <!--break--> ...more

"Benjamin Button" Leads Oscar Nominations

var iamInit = function() {try{initIamServingHandler(420,281,527404,"")}catch(ex){}}() All right movie fans, the Oscar nominations are out! "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button" leads the Oscar field with a total of thirteen nominations. Among those star Brad Pitt was nominated for Best Actor, co-star Taraji P. Henson was nominated for Best Supporting Actress and the film was nominated for Best Picture. ...more

On Oscar night are we going to see you all glammed up on the arm of a nominee?