Tag Archive for Michael Goldberger

“The Oscars, Kidnapped” – A Film Critic’s Academy Awards Predictions

If this, my annual Oscar prediction column, has reached your eyes, I have been successful, and perhaps in some small way the causes of democracy and freedom will have been served. You see, I have been kidnapped. The vile event occurred just as I set about to forecast the winners of the 85th Annual Academy Awards. I ask you: What more heinous thing could one perpetrate on humankind?

“Getting The Oscars All Wrong”

  By Michael S. Goldberger, film critic  By now you’ve been inundated with Oscar picks. It has become a full-fledged pastime, a key component of that unofficial holiday between St. Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day. No one is without…

“New in Town” – Same Old, Same Old – 2 popcorns

By Michael S. Goldberger, film critic  Too bad for Renée Zellweger. Plopped into a production company of virtual unknowns, aided only by co-star Harry Connick, Jr., she’s expected to make beguiling the seen-it-before triteness of director Jonas Elmer’s “New in…