March 26, 2010

Circuit Wrap-Up

We at the Awards Circuit decided that at the end of the week we want to provide you with links to everything that's gone up in the past seven days on the main site, in case you missed anything that we've put up that you might enjoy.

Here are all of our recent reviews:


Check out our new weekly series "Under the Circuit". Find out more about it in the first installment here, in which Clayton Davis examines the career and Oscar snubs of Michael Keaton.

If you're into early speculation as to who could/should win big at the Kodak next February, we put up our new Chart Predictions, here.

For the American Idol Fans, check out the recap of this week's top 11 sing-off here.

This week also brought Historical Circuit reviews of Best Picture winners The Broadway Melody and All Quiet On the Western Front.

Last but not least, for the musically inclined (or if you're looking for something to listen to on your way to the movies), check out soundtrack reviews of Where the Wild Things Are and Fantastic Mr. Fox.

Have a wonderful weekend, and as always, we'll see you at the movies!


  1. I'm really looking forward to you guys reviewing How to Train Your Dragon. I really loved that movie and felt that it ranks with the best animated films of all time. I really respect your opinions and would like to see if your reactions to the movie were as high as mine.

  2. There should be a review of it with the next update or two (though right now all I can promise is Repo Men, Remember Me, and Hot Tub Time Machine).