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  1. Critic's Notebook: Why Scarlett Johansson Should Win a Best Actress Oscar

    9:00 am 12/15/2014

    The consensus is that this was a bad year, but a look beyond Oscar buzz reveals reasons for (cautious) optimism, starting with the 'Under the Skin' star Read more

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  2. Critics' Choice Awards: Noms Give Hope to On-the-Bubble Oscar Hopefuls

    6:45 am 12/15/2014

    THR's awards analyst reports that only 14 performances that have received SAG, Globe and Critics' Choice noms have failed to go on to receive an Oscar nomRead more

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  3. 'Birdman' Leads the Pack With 13 Critics' Choice Nominations

    6:45 am 12/15/2014

    'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and 'Boyhood' also pick up multiple nomsRead more

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  4. 'Sils Maria' Wins France’s Louis Delluc Critics' Prize

    2:02 am 12/15/2014

    Olivier Assayas’ character study stars Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart as an aging actress and her assistantRead more

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  5. San Francisco Film Critics Name 'Boyhood' Best Picture

    6:14 pm 12/14/2014

    The Richard Linklater-directed film also won in three other categoriesRead more

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  6. Chris Martin Performs Oscar-Contending Song, Charms Voters at 'Unbroken' Party

    3:44 pm 12/14/2014

    After finishing his song the Coldplay frontman jokingly told Academy members, "You're free to leave now... put your vote in, whatever you want to do. Or don't. I don't give a f—. It's not gonna affect my life one bit. But it would be lovely"Read more

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  7. Scott Feinberg's Top 10 Films of 2014

    9:10 pm 12/13/2014

    THR's awards analyst includes on his list of favorites a drama, a biopic, a war pic, a film noir, two rom-coms, two documentaries and two foreign-language films — three of which are music-centricRead more

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  8. Coldplay, Lorde and Sia Among Oscars' Best Original Song Contenders

    3:28 pm 12/13/2014

    Songs by Lana Del Rey and Adam Levine are also among the 79 eligible for the prizeRead more

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  9. David Denby to Step Down as New Yorker Film Critic

    9:50 am 12/13/2014

    While Denby will continue as a staff writer, Anthony Lane will be the New Yorker's only film criticRead more

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  10. Polish 'Ida' Wins Big at European Film Awards

    8:44 am 12/13/2014

    Timothy Spall and Marion Cotillard won the acting awards for 'Mr. Turner' and 'Two Days, One Night'Read more

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