'12 Years A Slave' Oscars 2014 Best Picture
'12 Years a Slave' took home several richly deserved Oscars, including Best Picture.
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Oscar Winner '12 Years A Slave' Is A Powerful Love Story

The film, based on true events, picked up the Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay trophies at this year's Academy Awards — along with a Best Supporting Actress score for ingenue Lupita Nyong'o. The movie was filled with important lessons about love and life, especially from the resilient Solomon Northup. Here are just a few that we took away.

Jennifer Lawrence
Could this year bring back-to-back Oscars for Jennifer Lawrence?
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Oscars 2014! See The Nomination Snubs & Surprises

Noticeably absent from the nomination list was fan-favorite Tom Hanks, a double-feature contender for his starring roles in both 'Saving Mr. Banks' and 'Captain Phillips' — a decidedly un-supercalifragilisticexpialidocious turn of events.

3 Love Lessons From Silver Linings Playbook
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3 Love Lessons From Silver Linings Playbook

Jennifer Lawrence won a Golden Globe last night for her work in Silver Linings Playbook, and the movie is up for 8 Academy Awards this year, including Best Picture.   As I watched the film, I couldn’t help but think, “Wow. There’s a whole lot of crazy in this movie.” I was startled by the loud family interactions, the physical violence, and the evident emotional pain felt by these characters.

5 Relationship Tips From The Oscar Nominees
We can all learn some valuable lessons on life and love thanks to this year's Oscars!
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5 Relationship Tips From The Oscar Nominees

Even though they all didn't win the Oscar awards this weekend, the nominees have already touched our hearts and minds. While enjoying five of this year's favorites, I found some great relationship advice.

Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams in "Midnight in Paris."
Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams in "Midnight in Paris."
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Oscars 2012: 5 Love Lessons From 'Midnight In Paris'

We are super-excited about the Oscars, which are this Sunday, but it turns out that out of all nine Best Picture nominees, most of us have only seen "Midnight in Paris" and maybe one other movie. Oops. It makes sense that the YourTango staff has a penchant for romantic movies, but does "Midnight in Paris," Woody Allen's latest, stand a chance at winning Best Picture?