Tagged: Kate Winslet

Podcast: Final Oscar Predictions

We make our final picks for Best Picture, Director, and the acting awards.

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Movie Review: ‘Steve Jobs’

Andrew Payne reviews "Steve Jobs," the ambitious new biopic of the Apple founder with a unique structure that, while compelling, ultimately undermines the film.

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Movie Review: ‘Insurgent’

Dan Schindel is fairly harsh in his criticism of Insurgent.

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Sex Sells: The Top 6 Most Scandalous Film Roles in Hollywood

Shia LaBeouf's sex-filled Nymphomaniac clip may have gotten banned from YouTube, but he's far from the first star to ever take on a sexy, controversial film role. Let's take a look at six actors' most scandalous films.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week In Pop Culture 5.25.13

Brad serves up the Buzz this Memorial Day Weekend!

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Review: ‘Carnage’ is a Skillfully Directed Adaptation

Carnage, based on a Tony Award-winning play, boasts an exceptional cast and a legendary director at the helm, but how successful was the adaptation from stage to screen? Lily Kosner has the review.

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Review: ‘Contagion’

Steve Neumann takes a look at Contagion, which hits theaters tomorrow.

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Road to the Emmys Series: Acting in Miniseries/TV Movie

In our Road to the Emmys Series, we'll take a look at every single major Emmy Award. Today, Dantzler Smith starts us off with all of the acting categories in the TV Movie and Miniseries genre.

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Top-10 Independent Films of the 2000s

Robert Camacho Roman ranks the best independent films since 2000.

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Scott Youngbauer’s Biggest Oscar Snubs in History

There have been plenty of major Oscar snubs over the years. Today, Scott Youngbauer has a list of some of the best acting performances that were overlooked by the Academy. Tomorrow, Dantzler Smith will have his own list.

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Holocaust Movies and the Oscars

It seems as though every year there is a deluge of Holocaust-themed films that come out during Oscar season. This year, no fewer than six films meet that criteria. Lilit Marcus of Jewcy.com examines this phenomenon.

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