LIFE WITHOUT OSCAR: 1941 and 1942

Posted by · 6:12 pm · April 27th, 2010

Catch up with the idea behind this series here. 1941 is already famous for an Academy oversight with “Citizen Kane” losing the Best Picture race to “How Green Was My Valley.” At least Welles’s masterpiece got a handful of nominations and a screenplay win, unlike all of the films highlighted in this series. Still, to […]

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8/5 Web Round-up

Posted by · 7:40 am · August 5th, 2009

• Tom O’Neil wonders whether “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” is Razzie-bound. [Gold Derby] • Devin Faraci, meanwhile (one of the “easy marks” Paramount screened the film to over the rest of the nation’s critics), comments on the “No ‘Joe’” brouhaha. [CHUD] • And Steve Weintraub talks to the film’s screenwriter, Stuart Beattie. [Collider]

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