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The Oscar for Best Picture is the biggest prize awarded in the film industry. But do the Academy voters get it right every year? Here are 10 films that deserved to win but didn’t.
Liam Neeson battles man and beast in Joe Carnahan’s contemplative yet brutal thriller about plane crash survivors trying to stay alive in the Alaskan wilderness.
Neal Damiano of FilmWad takes a look at one of his favourite periods in American film history – the 1980s. What films perfectly encapsulate the era of big hair, Spandex and MTV?
A surprisingly fun fish-out-of-water comedy starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston arrives on DVD/Blu-ray in the UK. One of those few instances when the best jokes aren’t revealed in the trailer.
Nick Murphy’s effective supernatural mystery stars rising star Rebecca Hall as a sceptic who has to confront her own demons when a ghost begins haunting a boarding school.
Emerging in the 1980s was a series of films targeted at a younger audience through growing artistry in movie special effects. The childhood adventure film had never had it so good before or since.
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