|2012||National Board of Review||Spotlight Award||Argo||Won|
|2012||National Board of Review||Spotlight Award||Flight||Won|
|2012||National Board of Review||Spotlight Award||ParaNorman||Won|
|2012||National Board of Review||Spotlight Award||Trouble with the Curve||Won|
|2012||Screen Actors Guild||Best Ensemble||Argo||Won|
by Drew Taylor
Anyone old enough to play "Maniac Mansion" on the original Nintendo console will get a kick out of this -- the demented geniuses over at 8 Bit Cinema (via Live for Films) have created an immersive, totally hilarious video game...
by Jason Gorber
The latest film by the Coen Brothers, "Inside Llewyn Davis," is a funny little flick. During their press tours for the film, the always-sardonic filmmakers have joked that the story is plotless, which is why they shoehorned a...
by Sharon Knolle
John Goodman has been such a staple in Coen brothers films that it's easy to forget it's been 13 years since he last appeared in one of their movies (2000's "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"). Now he's back in a small but...
by Drew Taylor
There have been so many World War II movies that when a genuinely new and surprising story out of the war comes along, it's kind of impossible not to get jazzed. Such is the case with "The Monuments Men," written by, produced,...
by Katie Roberts
It appears audiences might finally get to hear lead Oscar Isaac sing in the newest trailer for "Inside Llewyn Davis," but brothers Joel and Ethan Coen know better than to reveal all their secrets before the film makes its...