HPR writers explore the nominees (and the snubbed) for the 85th Academy Awards.
Despite its historical inaccuracies, Django Unchained is entertaining in ways that only a Quentin Tarantino movie can be.
David Freed explains why the understated realism of David O. Russell's film makes it the best of the year.
Ross Svenson responds to criticism of the depiction of torture in Kathryn Bigelow's latest film.
David Freed reviews Argo, the film that establishes Ben Affleck as a talented director and actor once and for all.
Barbara Halla analyzes the appeal of foreign films in the U.S.
Wes Anderson's newest film deserves to be nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award.