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PopUps: Watch a Shirtless Justin Bieber Decorate His Christmas Tree

Hayek Says Rebuffing Weinstein Led to Nightmare on 'Frida'

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 Review :: The Ballad Of Lefty Brown

Review :: The Ballad Of Lefty Brown

By Greg Vellante | Dec 15
The compass for Jared Moshe's "The Ballad of Lefty Brown" is completely off-kilter. It goes east, south and north, but as a Western the movie never finds the way to its intended destination.

 Review :: Manolo - The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards

Review :: Manolo - The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards

By Michael Cox | Dec 15
The mystique of footwear for woman, Manolo Blahnik realized, was in making a practical item completely impractical and bringing out the sex in shoes.

France's Gay AIDS Drama 'BPM' Officially Shut Out of Oscars Race

France's Gay AIDS Drama 'BPM' Officially Shut Out of Oscars Race

Dec 15
France's entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards, "BPM (Beats Per Minute)" - the gay AIDS drama about ACT UP Paris - has been shut out of the Oscars race.

9 Films Now Vying for Foreign Language Oscar Nomination

9 Films Now Vying for Foreign Language Oscar Nomination

Dec 15
Nine films are now vying for an Academy Award nomination in the foreign language category.

Enter Orbitz's 'Call Me By Your Name' Sweepstakes and Win a Trip to Italy

Enter Orbitz's 'Call Me By Your Name' Sweepstakes and Win a Trip to Italy

Dec 14
Orbitz and the hit new movie "Call Me By Your Name" want to send you to Italy!

The Race: No Love for 'Star Wars?'

The Race: No Love for 'Star Wars?'

By Robert Nesti | Dec 13
There are 64 films listed on GoldDerby.com's possible nominations for this year's Best Picture of the year. Missing from the list, which includes such titles as "The Mountain Between Us," "Suburbicon" and "Good Time," is "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

 Review :: Ferdinand

Review :: Ferdinand

By Kevin Taft | Dec 13
"Ferdinand" is adore-a-bull, but it doesn't leave enough of a lasting hoof print to steer audiences to a theatre to see it.

'Three Billboards' Tops SAG Noms, 'Big Sick' Bounces Back

'Three Billboards' Tops SAG Noms, 'Big Sick' Bounces Back

Dec 13
The 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards endorsed the Frances McDormand-led drama "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," offered swift redemption for the Golden Globes-overlooked romantic comedy "The Big Sick" and left many Oscar favorites empty handed.

'A Fantastic Woman' Director Celebrates Golden Globe Nod

'A Fantastic Woman' Director Celebrates Golden Globe Nod

By Sigal Ratner-Arias | Dec 13
Director Sebastian Lelio feels that "A Fantastic Woman" has gone beyond the cinematic experience with its social message, to a great extent thanks to the performance of its star, Daniela Vega.

SAG Awards Could Give Oscar Race Some Clarity

SAG Awards Could Give Oscar Race Some Clarity

By Jake Coyle | Dec 13
An unpredictable awards season will get a jolt Wednesday when the Screen Actors Guild announces nominees to its annual awards.

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