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    "Wild Things" and "Air" Lead Chicago Critics' Nominations

    Jason Reitman's "Up In The Air" and Spike Jonze's "Where The Wild Things Are" led the nominations for the Chicago Film Critics Association's annual awards, each taking notices for best picture and best director. The films were joined by Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker," Quentin Tarantino's "Ingl...

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    "Locker" Leads San Fran Critics

    Continuing its essential sweep of the critics awards, Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" won both best picture and best director at the San Francisco Film Critics Awards. Other major winners included actors Colin Firth and Meryl Streep, who won lead acting kudos for their work in "A Single Man" an...

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    "Basterds," "Nine" Lead Critics Choice Nods

    The 15th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Awards (or the "Critic's Choice," as they are better known) have announced their nominations, with Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" and Rob Marshall's "Nine" leading the pack with ten nominations each, a record tally for the awards. Both films receiv...

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    "Up in the Air" Tops SEFCA Awards

    The Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA) named "Up in the Air" the Best Picture of 2009 in its 18th annual voting. Director Jason Reitman’s seriocomic look at the travels of a downsizing expert earned a total of three awards, including Best Actor (George Clooney) and Best Adapted Screenplay...

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    "Hurt Locker" & "Summer Hours" Win with NY Critics

    "The Hurt Locker" wins again.

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    Eugene Hernandez: Tracking the Critics

    December 14, 2009, New York, NY -- In theaters, via VOD, online and DVD, more and more movies are available on various platforms these days, but with so many options, how do you filter to find new and classic films? Personally speaking, I mainly rely on friends and film critics.

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    AFI Names Top 10 Film & TV of '09

    The American Film Institute named its Top 10 films and TV programs of 2009 today.

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    "Avatar" Wins with NY Film Critics Online

    Today, the New York Film Critics Online (NYFCO) voted "Avatar" its best picture of the year, naming Kathryn Bigelow best director for "The Hurt Locker".

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    "Hurt Locker" Tops LA Critics Awards

    "The Hurt Locker" won top prizes as the Los Angeles Film Critics Association presented its awards today. The film won the award for best picture and best director. It also won five awards in Boston Society of Film Critics voting earlier today.

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    "Hurt Locker" Wins with Boston Critics

    Critics groups across the country are voting this week on their favorite films of 2009. In Boston today, nearly twenty film critics from The Boston Society of Film Critics picked their prizes, awarding five honors to "The Hurt Locker" today, including best picture, best actor (Jeremy Renner), best d...

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