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Critics’ choices or Oscar predictions? BFCA announces nominations

“The single most accurate precursor to the Oscars….“. If ever it was more blatantly clear what the Broadcast Film Critics Association is actually trying to do each year, it was today when they made their nominations for the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards public. The list is filled with the usual suspects, with hardly a suprise in sight. Perhaps the biggest …

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Gold Rush Gang: Golden Globe Nominations Predictions

The Gold Rush Gang have a few things to say about the Golden Globe nominations, especially…what is going on with Supporting Actor?? After today’s Screen Actors Guild nominations the Gang went scrambling to check and re-check their predictions here. Will the rise of Barkhad Abdi and the fall of Bradley Cooper continue? Will James Gandolfini add a Golden Globe nomination …

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Gold Rush Gang: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Predictions

 The LAFCA will announce their awards on Sunday, December 8, 2013. Nine of the 11 Gold Rush Gang members have chosen their picks to win the LAFCA awards and here they are: Picture *Gravity – Ben, Dennis, Evan, Kenneth, Richard 12 Years a Slave – Beth, Erik, Peter Blue Is the Warmest Color – Cedric Director *Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity – …

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Review: Gravity (Alfonso Cuarón, 2013)

Since Alfonso Cuarón’s audacious dystopian sci-fi film, Children of Men, was released in 2006, cinephiles everywhere have been wondering how, and later as the years ticked on, when he would follow-up on the ambition and promise of that film. Now at last the wait is over. Gravity has been released, and those who fail to find the movie a worthwhile follow-up to Cuarón’s last will …

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