Tagged: Moneyball

Jonah Hill: Why So Serious?

Many comedic actors have tried to transition into serious roles to laughably poor results. Ed Haley wonders if Jonah Hill is primed to attempt that same feat and if he’ll follow in the successful footsteps of Tom Hanks and Jim Carrey.

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Road to Oscars: Best Picture

And here they are... the nine nominees for Best Picture. Kit Bowen analyzes the list -- and chooses who she thinks will take home the top prize. It's the finale of our "Road to the Oscars" series.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Adapted Screenplay

With no clear favorite in the category of Writing (Adapted Screenplay), Jeremy Martin makes a careful analysis of the nominees in our Road to the Oscars Series.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Film Editing

The Best Film Editing Oscar traditionally has a strong correlation to Best Picture. What does that mean for this year's award? Michael Benedict has the analysis.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Sound Mixing

Joseph Doherty continues our Road to the Oscars series, looking at the nominees for Best Sound Mixing.

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The Oscar Race So Far

The Oscar race is just starting to heat up. Who are the early favorites? What dark horses could emerge? Michael Benedict takes a closer look.

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Open Letters Love Amy: Dear Jonah Hill

In this week's Picktainment posting from Open Letters Love Amy, Amy Lindorff finally becomes a Jonah Hill fan after seeing Moneyball.

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Box Office: ‘Lion King’ Reigns Again

'Moneyball' opens well, but cannot surpass 'The Lion King' as Fall returns. Anthony Fertino has the analysis.

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Moneyball and Four Other New Films

On our Picktainment Movie Podcast, we look at five new releases. Host Phil Wallace discusses Moneyball with Kit Bowen, Tom Boorstein, and Nate Freiberg. We also discuss Limelight with Freiberg and Abduction with Bowen. Then Blake Legge is interviewed about Machine Gun Preacher and William Paul Jones criticizes Killer Elite.

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Review: ‘Moneyball’ Hits a Home Run

Phil Wallace says that Moneyball is one of the greatest baseball movies to ever come out, one that satisfy both the hardcore and casual fan.

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