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Critics Ty Burr and Mark Feeney offer up contenders for the best Boston flick ever.
Cinemania: best movies about summer Summer means wacky vacations, running through water sprinklers, and beach blanket bingo bonanzas. But summer also means oppressive heat, sunburns, noxious insects, sweaty men in tee-shirts, testy tempers, the sweltering battlefield of Gettysburg, the German invasion of Belgium in 1914,......
Weekend box office
(Week of Sept. 23/Source: IMDB)
|2. 'Insidious: Chapter 2'
|3. 'The Family'
|4. 'Instructions Not Included'
|5. 'Battle of the Year'
Notable Oscar hosts
Remember the years when Billy Crystal hosted the Academy Awards? This year it's Seth MacFarlane. Let's take a stroll down memory lane.
A fashion history
Showstopping Oscars gowns
There have been many memorable Oscar gowns. Whether classic or daring, glamorous or flashy, these dresses are forever part of our fashion history.
PicturesPast Oscar moments
Take a look at some of the most memorable incidents of the storied awards show.
85th Academy Awards
Ty Burr writes that with Sunday nights best picture Oscar win for Argo, Ben Affleck has gone from the pit of pop scorn to the apex of Hollywood respect.
Ben Affleck came from a Cambridge kid to star of the silver screenand now his film Argo took home Best Picture at Sundays Academy Awards. See how he got here.
84th Academy Awards
“The Artist” (left) won five awards and became the first silent film to win best picture in 83 years.
After the Academy Awards, the stars turned up the glitz for the after-parties. Check out Hollywood's best and brightest partying it up
83d Academy Awards
"The King's Speech" won best picture. Left, Colin Firth accepted the award for best actor.
Actress Reese Witherspoon made an appearance along with these other celebrities.
Neil Patrick Harris hosted the 82d Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, where "The Hurt Locker" was the big winner.
Before the statues and speeches, Hollywood's finest strolled the red carpet. See who strutted their stuff before the show.
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