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The Worst Bests: The 10 Most Questionable Oscar-Nominated Performances

Feb 7, 2014 · Adam D'Arpino · Sometimes the Academy bets on the right horse, sometimes they don't. Here are their 10 worst misses.

Finding God in ‘Gravity’: A Plea for Science in the Face of Creationism

Oct 8, 2013 · Matt Patches · Is "Gravity" ultimately a film about the collision between faith and science?

Box Office: ‘Gravity’ Is a Hit For All Mankind

Oct 6, 2013 · Scott Harris · Houston, we have a lot of money.

Anti-Gravity: Why Alfonso Cuarón’s Space Odyssey Is Shortsighted About Long-Takes

Sep 30, 2013 · Jake Cole · For a film so transparently built around its technical achievement, “Gravity” saps the wonder from its long takes by relying so completely on computers.

Review: ‘Gravity’

Sep 30, 2013 · William Goss · In space, no one can hear you scream about how good this movie is.

SDCC 2013 Video Interview: Alfonso Cuarón on the Long-Takes in ‘Gravity’

Jul 18, 2013 · Staff · The "Gravity" director tells us about the mind-blowing shots of his new sci-fi suspense film.

Filminism: Why ‘The Heat’ Needs to Be a Hit

Jun 28, 2013 · Jenni Miller · Is Hollywood ready to stop acting as though men have to be tricked into seeing anything that's for or about women?

Review: ‘The Heat’

Jun 27, 2013 · Laremy Legel · The greatest female-driven buddy cop comedy of all time!

Girls Before Swine: Why We Can’t Have ‘The Heat’ Without Having ‘Dirty Harriet’ First

Jun 24, 2013 · Elisabeth Rappe · "The Heat" might be hilarious, but can we satirize movies about female cops if we haven't really made any, yet?

The 12 Best Acceptance Speeches In Oscar History

Feb 19, 2013 · Joe Reid · We liked them! We really liked them!

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