The nominees for the 2021 Oscars have been announced by the Academy. David Fincher's Mank leads the way with a total of ten nominations.
Martin Scorsese's melancholic musing on growing old, guilt and humanity is nothing short of a masterpiece, and a deserving Best Picture winner.
The Oscars are upon us, and we are looking forward to seeing which film wins Best Picture. Here are some great movies that just missed out in Oscars history.
For the love it holds for its lost star, and the way it brings the last summer of Hollywood’s Golden Age to life, this is surely the Best Picture.
Gerwig wraps up familial love and sincerity in a box for you, and it is one of the most delightful experiences you could hope for.
Whether it wins or misses out, Marriage Story has left its mark on all those who have experienced it. We laughed, we cried, but above all, we understood.
It’s about time the Oscars woke up and awarded a film that is all heart, humour, comfort and pain, and literally voted outside the box.
Le Mans '66 definitely has the horse-power to get it across the finishing line come Oscar night and with a favourable wind, it should win.