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The Only Oscars Recap You Need to Read!

The good (Gaga!), the meh (oh, Glenn), and the ugly (Green Book) of last night's show.

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Why This Year’s Oscar Winners Are a Crapshoot

But here are my best guesses.

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For the First Time Since 1989, The Oscars Won’t Have a Host

Should we care?

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Movie Review: Cold War

Oscar nominated Polish love story is intriguing, gorgeous, and a bit chilly.

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The Good, The Meh, and The Oh-So Awkward Moments of The 2018 Oscars

From dresses to speeches to the after party, the Academy Awards mostly played it safe.

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Oscar Predictions 2018

After last year's game-changing win by Moonlight, the Oscars are wide open.

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From MICA to the Academy Awards

Married professors were nominated for their short animated film.

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Freaky Sunday

The Oscars were kind of dull…until they weren’t.

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#OscarsSoSorry

Amid the glitz and the glamor, there was a great big "mea culpa" from Oscar last night regarding race.

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Ready For My Spotlight: My 2016 Oscar Predictions

Will it be Leo's year? (Spoiler alert: Yes.)

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So...THAT Was Weird!

Thoughts on the 2015 Oscars ceremony.

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So Much For Progress

A few thoughts (and grumbles) on today’s Oscar nominations.

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Stars, They're Just Like Us! My 2014 Oscar Wrap-Up.

Has Twitter changed the Oscars?

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If You Build It, They Will Vote: My 2014 Oscar Predictions

It's the tightest Best Picture race in years!

Arts & Culture

Interview with Mark Osteen

Founder, Film Studies program, Loyola University Maryland; author of Nightmare Alley: Film Noir and the American Dream.

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Snubs, Surprises, and why I'm SMH: The Oscar nominations are in!

What happend to Inside Llewyn Davis?

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