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Op-Ed: Can Argo’s Best Picture win stop war with Iran?
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has thrown down the Gauntlet to the Merchants of War and Death by presenting the Best Picture Award to "Argo," a movie reminding us that peace is the best way to save American lives.
Review: ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ is about America's triumph over terror
Oscar-nominated ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ chronicles a select number of events over 10 years that lead to the American operation that killed Osama Bin Laden.
Vampire saga stays on top as the buzz turns to 'Les Miserables'
Before getting to the obvious headline for the box office news (record Thanksgiving), some are scratching their heads over the weak showing of "Rise of the Guardians."
Harry Potter star argues final film deserved an Oscar nod
Harry Potter himself, 22-year old Daniel Radcliffe, wasn't pleased that the franchise's last film was snubbed by the Academy.
Op-Ed: ‘Wings’ soars onto home video
Wings, the first film to ever win an Oscar for best picture and the only silent film to claim the prize, is available on Blu-ray on January 24, 2012.
Critics name 'Melancholia' best picture
The National Society of Film Critics have come out with their winners as award season is in full swing now. The awards were handed out in New York Saturday. (Jan. 7).
2012 Oscar Poster Unveiled
Los Angeles - Each year the Academy of Motions Picture Arts and Sciences releases its poster for its award show. This year they encourage all to collect and share.
Oscar race expands best picture nominees to 10
The 82nd Academy Awards makes a change in the selection of Best Picture, hoping to gain more public interest in the ceremony.
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Gary Oldman in "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy"
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Best Motion Picture - Drama award for the film "12 Years a Slave" at the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards. Director Steve McQueen (3rd L-R)
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"Nebraska" should benefit from Oscar bounce.
GOP-controlled Congress ready to trash Endangered Species Act
Patience wears thin in Fallujah, 6 months after IS ouster
Op-Ed: N.D. Army National Guard has set up two Avenger systems at DAPL
Austria to tighten anti-migrant border controls
Senegal asks UN to back ECOWAS action in Gambia
Former Apple employee says company no longer a 'change-maker'
Google+ gets new features in update that kills classic web app
African troops on standby as Gambia deadline looms
Microsoft to add e-books to the Windows Store this spring
'Three-parent' baby born in Ukraine using new technique
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