Don't show your mom. She loved The Help.
At Patton Oswalt's suggestion.
We're not necessarily buying it.
"Charlize & Tilda just pulled up in a stolen police car."
Your move, George Clooney.
A Cat in Paris vs. Puss in Boots? Why not just ask the Oscar judges to choose between brick-oven artisanal pizza and Domino's?
Learn how to say stuff before you enter your Oscar pool!
There's no excuse for overlooking Margin Call or Beginners.
Tree of Life in! Albert Brooks out!
No one ever said looking like an old-timey drag king came easy. Well, maybe they did, but Glenn Close would likely agree to disagree.
The awards aren't just meaningless, they also work as a detriment to moviemaking.
Jack of all penises, master of none. Or something.
And the Oscar goes to ... Uggie! No? It doesn't? Well, can we change that?
Which other movies were included?
"The Oscars: Not just an awards show. Well okay, it is."
Channing Tatum is "vividly realized"? FAKE!
Best Orangutan! Chest Actor!
And which movies stand to benefit the most from it next week?
You could literally put Andy Serkis in a monkey costume and we'd still be tearing up by the end of this scene.
Nice to see some love for Our Idiot Brother, right?
Is Steven Spielberg's Oscar contender headed for the glue factory?
There are more parallels than you'd think.
Get a first glimpse of spring in the red-carpet looks from the seventeenth Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards, which took place on January 12 in Los Angeles.
It's fun to see posters tagged with graffiti, but it's even better when it's intentional.
Meanwhile, the Oscars are playing hardball when it comes to booking presenters.