2011 Movie Preview

Is the late-winter cinematic dead zone sapping the life from your movie watching funtime? Then it's time to step away from the Netflix subscription and start thinking about the upcoming sequels, prequels, sci-fis, dramas, and comedies Hollywood has in store for 2011.

2010 Awards Oscar TrackerBelieve it or not, the movie awards season is upon us. And that means it's time to start keeping an eye on the movers and shakers... the big movies that are getting all the buzz for Oscar consideration.

Throughout the remainder of the season, by the use our super-secret algorithmic formula* we'll keep this list of Oscar predictions and hopefuls fresh and up-to-date. Keep in mind, this isn't necessarily a list of the ones we hope will win, but we do think these are the heavy hitters. Consider this your one-stop-shop for identifying the 2010 Oscar contenders.

Fall Movie Preview 2010

You can keep your summer season of big budget "blockbusters" bustling with comic-book characters and lycra-tighted super heroes. Because as far as we're concerned, fall marks the beginning of the real movie season. Check out a list of the ones that make our movie pants go a little crazy.

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Despite his own success, Steven Spielberg Optimistic on What He Hasn’t Yet Done for Films

This is the true story of one of the biggest and most successful names in cinema history. Today, this living legend is a demi-God to movie goers the world over, besides being an inspiration to highly acclaimed actors, producers and directors.

We Take a look at the Upcoming Films for 2010

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Llorando - Rebekah del Rio

Words and music written by Roy Orbison & Joe Melson, translation by Thania Sanz as performed by Rebekah del Rio (from the soundtrack album for Mulholland Dr, 2001).

Every site does it and everyone expects it. So here's our list of the best and worst movies of 2009. While these are not necessarily our picks for Oscar consideration, we do think you could do worse seeing anything else. Movies listed are in no particular order.

How to Draw BambiAnother from the "Found Treasures" file - the recent 60th anniversary blu-ray release of Disney's Alice in Wonderland got us waxing nostalgic for all things Disney. The glorious restoration sparkles with crisp...

No talking during the movie, period - Shouldn't even have to mention this one. I'll even extend this rule to apply to the trailers...no saying, "Ooo, I want to see that one" after a trailer. If you are Trailer Critic Man, keep it to yourself.

OscarIf you are a movie buff like many of us here, then this is probably old news. Even so, if you want to earn the distinction of having watched every single movie to have won an Oscar for "Best Picture" at the Academy Awards, then read on.

Many countries produce their own movies reflecting a culture distinct to its unique background, but why do Hollywood films have the largest take on export? Simply because, American cinema has an overwhelming effect on the rest of the world.

Watching a good movie these days requires time and money. Money to rent or view a movie at home or at the cinemas, and time you wish you hadn't wasted if the movie ends up not to your expectations. While both time and money are running low these days, here's some information that will help you differentiate between a good film and one that will unnecessarily gnaw into your pockets for a good two hours or more.

Refreshment United Arab  EmiratesGoing to the movies in the UAE is a favorite if not serious past time for thousands of individuals. Block-busters are released in sync with major world cities. Though lesser anticipated films reach here weeks sometimes months after release in the US, UK and Australia.


Best of lists

Following is a collection of our "best of" movie lists. After each list is a link to a discussion panel that will allow you to let us know your favorites or to point out ones we failed to mention.

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