BY ROBERT DIGITALE What does it mean that “The King’s Speech” has been crowned the year’s best film, along with honors for best director and best actor? On one level, you can say that no film dominated Monday’s Academy Awards ceremony. After all, both “King’s Speech” and “Inception” won four awards each. “The Social Network” was right behind with three. Three other films, “Alice in Wonderland,” “The Fighter,” and “Toy Story 3” each won two Oscars. But not all awards… Read More »
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Elliott Miller isn’t bound by the Academy Award nominations. And he doesn’t think Natalie Portman or Colin Firth ought to get Oscars this year. Read his take on the best performances and the top director and film of 2010.… Read More »
Montgomery High’s Kelsey Dayton reviews the latest Leonardo DiCaprio film, “Inception,” directed by Christopher Nolan.
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Find a link to Sonoma County theaters where the film is playing.… Read More »