You can either go with a couple of new Criterions, an amazing Oscar nominated foreign film and The Artist, or go for 21 Jump Street, Mirror Mirror and Wrath of the Titans. The choice is yours.
America appears to have chosen its champion as The Lorax is looking at 2012's highest opening weekend so far as well as the highest opening for a Seuss adaptation ever.
The Arist took home Best Picture at the Oscars and ended up tying with Martin Scorsese's Hugo as both won five awards at the 2012 Oscars. The Iron Lady was the only other multiple award winner as I offer up the complete list of Oscar winners and my final say on the night overall.
Hardly a surprise to anyone, The Artist won four Independent Spirit Awards including Best Feature, Director, Actor and Cinematography as it makes its way to tomorrow night's Oscars as the clear front-runner... as if there was reason to doubt.
The moment has arrived. Pencils are down and the predictions are in. Today I offer you my final 2012 Oscar predictions as we make way toward Sunday's big show. By my count The Artist will be the night's big winner with five Oscars including Best Picture followed by Hugo with four. Check out my picks, place your votes and share your thoughts!
Last night a trio of awards were handed out including the USC Libraries Scripter Award along with awards from the American Cinema Editors and Cinema Audio Society. The Descendants came out on top in both along with wins for The Artist, Hugo and Rango.
The Artist has won yet again, this time cleaning house at the 2012 BAFTA Film Awards winning seven total awards including Best Film, Director, Actor and Original Screenplay. Click through for the full list of winners and to realize how the Best Actress race will hold all the drama at the Oscars.
Who yah got? Jean Dujardin or George Clooney? Meryl Streep or Viola Davis? The Best Actor and Actress races look to be the hotly contested major categories at the 2012 Oscars, care to make an early wager on the winner?
It's a packed Tuesday episode with plenty of awards talk, discussion concerning the ending of The Grey, an examination of Sam Worthington's career to this point, a look at this week's new DVD and Blu-rays, your questions and that age-old question, is Laremy a man or a Muppet?
Are you ready for one of the best prizes we've had to offer simply for submitting a comment? Regular listeners of the RopeofSilicon Podcast already know we've been giving away prizes for the best listener questions and topics and now The Weinstein Co. has supplied us with our best prize yet, two signed posters from The Artist, one of which is signed by the scene-stealing co-star, Uggie the dog. Click on in and find out how you can win.