Now that November has rolled into December, and the threat of a new year lingers on the horizon, it's time for critics, Guilds, and boards to band together and figure out what exactly were the best films of 2015. Even though December...Show More Summary
Directed by George Miller, surprise hit "Mad Max: Fury Road" has been named National Board of Review's best film of 2015.
The National Board of Review doesn’t often predict which film will win big at the Academy Awards, but its year-end awards frequently align with films that ultimately score big nominations. That’s why their selection of Mad Max: FuryShow More Summary
The National Board of Review has named the action blockbuster 'Mad Max: Fury Road' as the best film of 2015, which may help its Oscar chances.
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Ms. Lewis’s first poetry collection, a National Book Award winner, looks at stereotypical images of blacks and cultural identity.
"Who the hell is the National Board of Review, anyway?" You hear that question every year around awards time, maybe more often than you hear it applied to the Hollywood Foreign Press, which gives out the Golden Globes for film and TV. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Oh, what a day... what a lovely day! The National Board of Review named Mad Max: Fury Road as the best film of 2015, the first major prize of the movie awards season and a certain turbo boost for the Oscar chances of George...Show More Summary
How awesome is Mad Max: Fury Road? It's so awesome that it can be named Best Film by the National Board of Review having not won any other awards. It's like, Yeah, yeah, these other movies have great directors and writers and actors and stuff...but this movie is just SO MUCH COOLER!
Despite the fact that, in 2009, the academy increased its number of possible Best Picture nominations from five to 10 largely in an effort to correct for what was generally perceived as a snub of The Dark Knight, it’s still rare for a critically-acclaimed summer action blockbuster to be remembered come awards season time. Show More Summary
If the year's most over-the-top action movie is also the year's best movie, consider the 2015 awards season to be as wide open as any in recent memory.
What a lovely day it must be for director George Miller, for, as Variety reports, the normally rather traditional National Board Of Review has declared Miller’s big-budget, post-apocalyptic action movie Mad Max: Fury Road its best film of 2015. Show More Summary
The National Board of Review has released its annual film honors, and in a very surprising choice, "Mad Max: Fury Road" has been named the best film of the year. One of the biggest hits of 2015 critically (97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes)...Show More Summary
"Max Mad: Fury Road," George Miller's pulsating reboot of his post-apocalyptic action-thriller franchise, was named best picture of 2015 Tuesday afternoon by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. The sci-fi blockbuster "The Martian" won three awards -- director for Ridley Scott, lead...
In one of the first truly interesting results of the awards season, as it tends to be every year, the National Board of Review has named Mad Max: Fury Road its best film of the year. The National Board of Review, as the press release describes, is a “select group... More »
It's a lovely day for "Mad Max: Fury Road," which just earned an Oscar boost thanks to the National Board of Review. The New York-based film organization named George Miller's feminist dystopian reboot the year's best movie. Because...Show More Summary
The National Board of Review has announced the winners for the 2015 films this year, and the best movie prize went to Mad Max: Fury Road! Also receiving acting accolades this year are Matt Damon, Sylvester Stallone, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Brie Larson. Awards season now seems to be in full swing and soon we [...]
The National Board of Review has tapped George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” as the year’s best film. Between Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy’s performances and those epic real-life explosions cut between car chases and stunning deserts,...Show More Summary
But how will the Academy respond to Miller's instant classic? Read more...
The National Board of Review is known for its eclectic decisions comes awards season, handing unconventional choices its top honors year after year. But this year's selection of best film may truly be the organization's boldest pickShow More Summary