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Beasts of the Southern Wild (movie)

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  • Who's on the Bubble in Oscar Best Picture Race?

    While there are no sure things in the Oscar race, the main contenders for best picture seem have to settled into place. But there are bound to be some surprises, with many titles on the cusp of landing one of the potential 10 spots. As the year comes to a close, here's a round-up of the most popular dark horse candidates, along with some films that are too close to call -- and the films that once had potential but now appear to be out of the race for the top prize.
  • Estrenos de cine: 'Into the Woods' y 'Annie'

    Estrenos de cine: 'Into the Woods' y 'Annie'
    Into the Woods * * * Meryl Streep se roba la pantalla mientras entona canciones disfrazada de bruja, pero los personajes protagónicos de este filme son el panadero Baker (James Corden) y su esposa (Emily Blunt). Ellos anhelan tener un hijo, pero no...

    Capsule reviews of feature films

    ANNIE 2 1/2 stars. Ho-hum remake, and update, of the movie musical about a plucky orphan and the moneyed patriarch whose icy heart is toasted like campfire marshmallows once he lets the girl into his life. Beasts of the Southern Wild's Quvenzhane Wallis...

    'Annie' hits sour notes

    Someone should call child services over the way "Annie" has been so mistreated in the new, updated adaptation. This is an example of filmmaking abuse. This is no beloved story of an orphan with unlimited optimism. The new "Annie" has been stripped of its...

    'Annie' is stuck in the middle

    'Annie' is stuck in the middle
    2 stars (out of four) In the 1982 big-screen version of the 1977 Broadway musical “Annie,” the titular orphaned redhead was an annoying little sprite. I get that she’s meant to be a beacon of Depression-era optimism, but at what point...