|2012||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Supporting Actor||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Supporting Actor||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||Detroit Film Critics Society||Best Supporting Actor||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Supporting Actor||Lincoln||Nominated|
|2012||New York Film Critics Online||Best Director||Lincoln||Won|
by Kelly Woo
Once a mobster, always a mobster. In "The Family" ("Malavita" overseas), Fred Manzoni (Robert De Niro) is in witness protection in France, but the former mafia man doesn't settle scores with a bottle of wine and a wedge of...
by Sharon Knolle
"What crawled up your ass?" an offended friend asks Clint Eastwood in his new movie, "Trouble With the Curve." "Old age," rasps the screen legend. Yes, Clint has made a career of playing men who'd just as soon shoot you as look...
by Lisa Guest
Most of my blogs here deal with the deeper emotions of my life, how I handle conflict, chaos and cancer. Yet often during my three years of blogging and especially now as my book, Courting Me(n) is about to be born, I'm...
Not every third movie installment has to be abysmal, as we all saw in 2010 with the thoroughly enjoyable and heartwarming Toy Story 3. But it's also understandable to live in fear after the various "third" horrors, like Rocky III...
by Moviefone Staff
"Life is a lively process of becoming," is a quote from General Douglas MacArthur. (At least according to BrainyQuote.com; hey, I'm no military historian!) While this existential yet vague comment could be construed and...