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Movies on Demand: Academy Award-related films among January and February features

Melissa Hayer Modified: April 24, 2013 at 3:30 pm •  Published: January 18, 2013
This film image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Bryan Cranston, left, as Jack OíDonnell and Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez in "Argo,"  a rescue thriller about the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. (AP Photo/Warner Bros., Claire Folger) ORG XMIT: NYET605
This film image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Bryan Cranston, left, as Jack OíDonnell and Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez in "Argo," a rescue thriller about the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. (AP Photo/Warner Bros., Claire Folger) ORG XMIT: NYET605

 

Oscar-nominated films available on Cox cable’s Movies on Demand this month and in February are as follows:

•     Anna Karenina -­ Premieres Feb. 19,  (Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Original Score, Best Production Design)
•     Argo  -­ Premieres Feb. 19, (Best Picture, Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Alan Arkin, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, Best Adapted Screenplay)
•     Beasts of the Southern Wild -­ Now playing, (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress in a Leading Role – Quvenzhané Wallis, Best Adapted Screenplay)
•     Brave -­ Now playing, (Best Animated Feature)
•     Flight ­ – Premieres Feb. 5, (Best Actor in a Leading Role – Denzel Washington, Best Original Screenplay)
•     Frankenweenie -­ Now Playing (Best Animated Feature)
•     Marvel’s The Avengers -­ Now playing (Best Visual Effects)
•     The Master – ­Premieres Feb. 26, (Best Actor in a Leading Role – Joaquin Phoenix, Best Supporting Actor – Philip Seymour Hoffman, Best Supporting Actress – Amy Adams)
•     Moonrise Kingdom -­ Now playing, (Best Original Screenplay)
•     Prometheus – Now playing, (Best Visual Effects)
•     Paranorman – Now playing, (Best Animated Feature)
•     Searching for Sugar Man – Premieres Jan. 22, (Best Documentary Feature)
•     Ted -­ Now playing, (Best Original Song)
•     The Sessions -­ Premieres Feb.12, (Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Helen Hunt)
•     Skyfall – Premieres Feb.12, (Best Cinematography, Best Original Score, Best Original Song, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing)
•     Snow White and the Huntsman -­ Now playing until Feb. 27, (Best Costume Design, Best Visual Effects)
•     War Witch – Premieres Feb. 26, (Best Documentary Feature)

Oscar-winning films available via Movies on Demand as of January 10, 2013 include:
•    The Accused (Paramount)
•    The African Queen (Paramount)
•    ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER (Sony)
•    American  Beauty (DreamWorks)
•    An Inconvenient Truth (Paramount)
•    An Officer And A Gentleman (Paramount)
•    Annie Hall (MGM)
•    The Aviator (Miramax)
•    Ben Hur (1959) (WB)
•    BORN YESTERDAY (Sony)
•    BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE (MGM)
•    Boys Don’t Cry (Fox)
•    Braveheart (Paramount)
•    Brokeback Mountain (Universal)
•    Casablanca (WB)
•    Chicago (Miramax)
•    Children Of A Lesser God (Paramount)
•    The Cider House Rules (Miramax)
•    Cinema Paradiso (Miramax)
•    Cold  Mountain (Miramax)
•    The Constant Gardener (Universal)
•    Crazy Heart (Fox)
•    The Deer Hunter (Universal)
•    THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGOISIE (Lionsgate)
•    Driving Miss Daisy (WB)
•    The English Patient (Miramax)
•    Erin Brockovich (Universal)
•    Fargo (MGM)
•    Finding Nemo (Buena Vista)
•    Flashdance (Paramount)
•    Forrest Gump (Paramount)
•    FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (Sony)
•    Ghost (Paramount)
•    Gladiator (DreamWorks)
•    Godfather Part II, The (Paramount)
•    Godfather, The (Paramount)
•    Gone with the Wind (WB)
•    Good Will Hunting (Miramax)
•    HURT LOCKER, THE (Lionsgate)
•    The Incredibles (Buena Vista)
•    Inglourious Basterds (Weinstein)
•    IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (Sony)
•    JERRY MAGUIRE (Sony)
•    Julia (Fox)
•    Kolya (Miramax)
•    The Last King of Scotland (Fox)
•    Life is Beautiful (Miramax)
•    Little Miss Sunshine (Fox)
•    THE LIVES OF OTHERS (Sony)
•    Milk (Universal)
•    Million Dollar Baby (2004) (WB)
•    MONSTER’S BALL (Lionsgate)
•    My Left Foot  (Miramax)
•    Mystic River (WB)
•    Once (Fox)
•    One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (WB)
•    Ordinary People (Paramount)
•    Out of Africa (Universal)
•    PHILADELPHIA (Sony)
•    The Pianist (Universal)
•    The Piano (Miramax)
•    Purple Rain (WB)
•    The Queen (Miramax)
•    RAIN MAN (MGM)
•    Ratatouille (Buena Vista)
•    Ray (Universal)
•    The Reader (Weinstein)
•    Roman Holiday (Paramount)
•    Rosemary’s Baby (Paramount)
•    Saving Private Ryan (DreamWorks)
•    Shakespeare In Love  (Miramax)
•    Shine (WB)
•    Shrek (DreamWorks)
•    The Silence of the Lambs (MGM)
•    Slumdog Millionaire (Fox)
•    Terms of Endearment (Paramount)
•    There Will Be Blood  (Paramount)
•    Titanic (Paramount)
•    To Kill A Mockingbird (Universal)
•    Top Gun (Paramount)
•    Toy Story 3 (Buena Vista)
•    Traffic (Universal)
•    Training Day (WB)
•    True Grit (1969) (Paramount)
•    Tsotsi  (Miramax)
•    Unforgiven (WB)
•    The Untouchables (Paramount)
•    Up (Buena Vista)
•    Wall-E (Buena Vista)

Additional upcoming film releases via Movies On Demand on cable include:

January MOD Releases:
•    All Superheroes Must Die (Image) ­ January 1, 2013 (Available via MOD 4 days before theatrical release)
•    Won’t Back Down (pre-DVD for Comcast ONLY) (Fox) ­ January 2, 2013
•    The Sorcerer and the White Snake (Magnolia) ­January 3, 2013
•    Charles Swan (Cinetic/FilmBuff) ­ January 8, 2013 (Available via MOD one month before theatrical release)
•    Dredd (3D) (Lionsgate) ­ January 8, 2013
•    Frankenweenie (3D) (Buena Vista) – January 8, 2013
•    Hit & Run (Universal) – January 8, 2013
•    House at the End of the Street (Relativity) – January 8, 2013
•    Samsara (Freestyle) – January 8, 2013
•    The Possession (Lionsgate) ­ January 15, 2013
•    Taken 2 (Fox) – January 15, 2013
•    To Rome With Love (Sony) – January 15, 2013
•    Fairhaven (Starz) – January 15, 2013
•    Farewell, My Queen (Cohen) – January 15, 2013
•    Won’t Back Down (Fox) – January 15, 2013
•    The End of Love  (WB) ­ January 21, 2013 (Available via MOD 40 days before theatrical release)
•    End of Watch (Universal) ­ January 22, 2013
•    The Imposter (Gaiam Vivendi) – January 22, 2013
•    The Paperboy (Millennium) – January 22, 2013
•    Resolution (Tribeca) – January 22, 2013 – (Available via MOD 3 days before theatrical release)
•    Searching for Sugar Man (Sony) – January 22, 2013
•    Supporting Characters (Tribeca) – January 22, 2013 (Available via MOD 3 days before theatrical release)
•    Undefeated (Starz) – January 22, 2013
•    Knife Fight (IFC) – January 28, 2013
•    Hotel Transylvania (Sony) – January 29, 2013
•    Paranormal Activity 4 (Paramount) – January 29, 2013
•    Seven Psychopaths (CBS Films) – January 29, 2013
•    The Cold Light of Day (Lionsgate) – January 29, 2013
•    The Sessions (pre-DVD for Comcast ONLY) (Fox) – January 29, 2013

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Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productions, action adventure "Skyfall."
Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productions, action adventure "Skyfall."

 

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