feedproxy.google.com "I don't consider WAR HORSE a war film" - Steven Spielberg. Judging the films that dominated 2011's awards season, it's clear that for many of the big guns there was a sense of unapologetic nostalgia running rampant. Hugo was a "love letter" to Meliés and the burgeoning of the cinematic art form, while The Artist unabashedly borrowed from both Keaton and Errol Flynn, creating a charming evocation of silent cinema's golden age.

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