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Maps to the Stars

rollingstone.com — Hollywood sucks! But wait, that's hardly fresh news. What does Maps to the Stars have to say to jack up our pulses for right the hell now? Screenwriter-novelist-actor Bruce Wagner wrote this thing back in the 1990s when he worked as a limo driver for the Beverly Hills Hotel and saw the cesspool of celebrity up close.

Boomerang - Rotten Tomatoes

The Hunting Ground

rollingstone.com — As a companion piece to The Invisible War, his documentary on sexual abuse in the military, filmmaker Kirby Dick uses The Hunting Ground to take on the incendiary topic of rape on campus. He also addresses the systemic reasons that colleges and universities often fail to act, even when rape victims come forward looking and often begging for justice.

The Theory of Everything

rollingstone.com — Blow past the notion that biopics about genius have to be stuffy, pious, by-the-book endurance tests. Not always. The Theory of Everything gives us the real, breathing, sweating, bleeding world that British theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking calls his own.

'Citizenfour' Movie Review | Rolling Stone

rollingstone.com — We're so used to being conned by everyone from the government to our smartphone providers, that a film purporting to tell it like it is, raises suspicions. But Citizenfour, while guilty of sins of omission, marshalls the hard truths and goes easy on the varnish.

Oscar nominees blur the line between fact and fiction

Oscars 2015: Who will win (and who should win)

cnn.com — Who should win an Oscar? Cast your vote Best Song The Nominees "Everything Is Awesome," The Lego Movie"Glory," Selma"Grateful," Beyond the Lights"I'm Not Gonna Miss You," Glen Campbell . . . I'll Be Me"Lost Stars," Begin Again Should and Will Win "Glory," by John Legend and Common, has entered the Hot 100.

Oscars 2015: Peter Travers on Who Will (and Who Should) Win

rollingstone.com — With the Oscar telecast coming right at us on Feb. 22nd, now's the time to check the odds on the main competition. Whether you're betting at home, school or office, the Academy of Old Farts and Retro Sciences (numbering more than 6,000 strong) always has a few thorny surprises up its sleeve.

Kingsman: The Secret Service

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Mar 27, 2015

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Mar 22, 2015

Congrats! RT @judyblume: Husb did 1st sprint triathlon. Was oldest person entered. Finished with medal. #nevertoolate pic.twitter.com/BbJ589KZnz

Feb 23, 2015

Party time here. Julianne Moore wins as expected. Redmayne beats Keaton. Ouch. Birdman beats Boyhood. Super Ouch! But that's Hollywood!

Feb 22, 2015

Affleck gives Best Director Oscar that he wasn't nominated for Argo to Inarritu for Birdman. The die is cast.

Feb 22, 2015

"Stay weird. Stay different" becomes the unofficial mantra of OSCAR 2015. Thanks Graham Moore.

Feb 22, 2015

Oprah gives Adapted Screenplay to Imitation Game. Graham Moore talks of wanting to kill himself at 16. His heartfelt speech honors the film.

Feb 22, 2015

Eddie Murphy gives Original Screenplay to Birdman. Smart money was on Budapest. But after Gaga, all bets are off. Is Wes clapping?

Feb 22, 2015

I'm sorry. The segment with Lady Gaga channeling a nun with ink sent me into feeling like I'm in the Twilight Zone. Was that Julie Andrews?

Feb 22, 2015

Nice comic touch that Travolta and Idina Menzel present the Best Song OSCAR.

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