Best Picture

Let's start the campaign for Jordan Peele's horror satire now.
As "La La Land" battles "Moonlight" and "Hidden Figures," the Oscar contest assumes new layers in Trump's America.
"Men & Chicken," which Denmark submitted for last year's Academy Awards to no avail, is both funny ha-ha and funny peculiar
Some of the finest films in history failed to capture a Best Picture Oscar because of bad timing or an unfavorable climate. Or because a competitor, maybe no better or even far inferior, gained an advantage.
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Best Actor BEST BET TO WIN AND SHOULD WIN: The Revenant's Leonardo DiCaprio - finally. MAJOR UPSET POTENTIAL: Bryan Cranston
Sometimes the Oscars have "No Country for Old Men," other times they have "Avatar."
Within the four walls of a cinema, films transport moviegoers to far off places, both past and present, real or imagined. To take it a step further, use this year's Academy Awards' nominees for Best Picture as a travel guide, experiencing the locations -- characters in their own right -- firsthand.
We weigh the odds in the Oscars' biggest contest.
We're a little over a week into the New Year, and that means a few things. But before we move forward with those resolutions, let's take a moment to recognize the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2015.
"Spotlight" is still the front-runner, but it's hardly guaranteed to win.