Catch up on the Oscar nominees this weekend

The Fresno BeeJanuary 22, 2014 


Bradley Cooper, left, and Christian Bale star in the Oscar-nominated "American Hustle."


If you are looking to get caught up with this year's Oscar-nominated motion pictures, this is a good weekend to go to the movies. Here are the films that are playing locally and their Oscar nominations:

"American Hustle": Best Picture; actor, Christian Bale; supporting actor, Bradley Cooper; actress, Amy Adams; supporting actress, Jennifer Lawrence; costume design; directing, David O. Russell; film editing; production design; writing — original screenplay.

"August: Osage County": Best actress, Meryl Streep; supporting actress, Julia Roberts.

"Captain Phillips": Best picture; supporting actor, Barkhad Abdi; film editing; sound editing; sound mixing; writing — adapted screenplay.

"Dallas Buyers Club": Best picture; actor, Matthew McConaughey; supporting actor, Jared Leto; film editing; makeup and hairstyling; writing — original screenplay.

"Frozen": Best animated film; music — original song, "Let It Go."

"Gravity": Best picture; actress, Sandra Bullock; cinematography; directing, Alfonso Cuarón; film editing; music — original score; production design; sound editing; sound mixing; visual effects.

"Her": Best music — original score; production design; original song , "The Moon Song"; writing — original screenplay.

"The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug":Best sound editing; sound mixing; visual effects.

"Inside Llewyn Davis": Best cinematography; sound mixing.

"Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa": Best makeup and hairstyling.

"Lone Survivor": Best sound editing; sound mixing.

"Nebraska": Best picture; actor, Bruce Dern; supporting actress, June Squibb; directing, Alexander Payne; cinematography; writing — original screenplay.

"Saving Mr. Banks": Best music — original score.

"12 Years a Slave": Best picture; actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor; supporting actor, Michael Fassbender; supporting actress, Lupita Nyong'o; directing, Steve McQueen; film editing; production design; writing — adapted screenplay.

"The Wolf of Wall Street": Best picture, actor, Leonardo DiCaprio; supporting actor, Jonah Hill; directing, Martin Scorsese; writing — adapted screenplay.


— Rick Bentley, The Fresno Bee

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