2014 Academy Awards Contest Winner

Congratulations to our Oscars Contest Winner MoviefiedNYC is happy to announce that Paul Kim of Covington, California is this year’s Oscar Contest winner! Paul won a DVD gift pack and other semi-fabulous movie swag.  Thanks to everyone who participated Like us, follow us or just say hello:  Facebook: facebook.com/MoviefiedNYC Twitter:@MoviefiedNYC Instagram: instagram.com/MoviefiedNYC  YouTube: youtube.com/user/MoviefiedNYC  Tumblr: tumblr.com/blog/moviefiednyc Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/moviefiednyc/boards/ Advertisements

Oscar Recap

The Academy has spoken and it proclaims 12 Years a Slave the Best Motion Picture of the Year.  12 Years a Slave began the Awards Season as the front runner, however, it began to lose momentum after tying with Gravity for the Producers Guild Awards.  In the end, Slave clinched the ultimate prize as well […]

Movie-Still Monday: Oscars stops Twitter!

From the front row of the Academy Awards, Ellen DeGeneres took this #selfie (with a few A-listers) that brought down twitter for many users, broke the record for most retweeted tweet of all-time, and also topped one million retweets for a single Twitter post. Ellen thank you for a fun show and humanizing what could have […]

It’s on! MoviefiedNYC’s 2014 Daring Oscar Predictions and who we think SHOULD WIN!

It’s Oscar time again, and not a moment too soon. I don’t know about you but I can’t really take another awards show. But before we close the door on 2013 and finally move on with 2014, MoviefiedNYC celebrates Hollywood’s glitzy prom night known as The Academy Awards with our Oscar predictions—and dreams (we include the snubs)—for […]

Movie-Still Monday: Oscars Snubs – Oprah

Terrence Howard and Oprah Winfrey – Lee Daniels’ The Butler It was expected that Oprah Winfrey would receive an Oscar nomination in the Best Supporting Actress category for Lee Daniels’ The Butler, where she costarred as Forest Whitaker’s (Cecil Gaines) wife, Gloria. But she was snubbed by the Academy Awards in favor of Jennifer Lawrence, […]

Movie-Still Monday: Oscar Snubs

What happened to Enough Said?  The refreshingly subtle romantic comedy for adults featured honest, relatable performances by Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini. It would have been nice to see both of their names on the list of this year’s Oscar nominees: Best Actress for Louis-Dreyfus and Best Supporting Actor for the late Gandolfini. Like us, follow […]

Movie-Still Mondays – Oscar Snubs: Her

Joaquin Phoenix in Her How should I evaluate a film that was nominated for an Academy Award as Best Picture and yet was snubbed? Even though its star, Joaquin Phoenix (Theodore Twombly), didn’t get an Oscar nomination—I know, it’s a very competitive year—nevertheless, his performance unquestionably put Her into the race. Phoenix, in nearly every […]

MoviefiedNYC’s 2014 Academy Awards Contest

In Honor of the 86th Annual Academy Awards, MoviefiedNYC invites you to celebrate this year’s awards by entering our very own Oscar contest. The participant who picks the most Oscar winners in each category will find themselves a winner of a Semi-Fabulous Prize made up of exciting movie swag and bragging rights. The sooner you […]

Movie-Still Monday Oscar Snubs: Wadjda

Had director Haifaa Al-Mansour’s Wadjda been nominated for Best Foreign Language, it would have been the first film from Saudi Arabian to be nominated for a Best Foreign Language Oscar. Like us, follow us or just say hello:  Facebook: facebook.com/MoviefiedNYC Twitter:@MoviefiedNYC Instagram: instagram.com/MoviefiedNYC YouTube: youtube.com/user/MoviefiedNYC  Tumblr: http://moviefiednyc.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/moviefiednyc/boards/ Like movies? Like to write about movies? Send us your submissions: moviefiednyc@gmail.com

Movie-Still Monday – Oscar Snubs: Inside Llewyn Davis

Oscar Issac as Llewyn Davis, Inside Llewyn Davis Inside Llewyn Davis was on many critics top movie lists for 2013, including ours at MoviefiedNYC, but received little to no love from the Academy, nominated only for sound mixing and cinematography. This Coen brothers gem will be moving into the annals of film history as possibly […]