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Old Men, Bardem and Ryan Collect More Film Kudos
No Country for Old Men and Gone Baby Gone's Amy Ryan are the ones to beat this awards season. Take a look at the accolades issued this weekend: The Boston Society of Film Critics Best picture: No Country for Old Men (edging out The Diving Bell and the Butterfly by just a single vote) Best director: Diving Bell's Julian Schnabel Best actors: Frank Langella ( Starting Out in the Evening) and Marion Cotillard ( La Vie en Rose) Best supporting actors: Javier Bardem ( Old Men) and Amy Ryan The D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best picture: No Country for Old Men Best director: The Coen brothers ( Old Men) Best actors: George Clooney ( Michael Clayton) and Julie Christie ( Away from Her) Best supporting actors: Bardem and Ryan Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best picture: There Will Be Blood (which I am told is not based on the Saw movie tagline but some Upton Sinclair novel) Best director: Paul Thomas Anderson ( Blood) Best actors: Daniel Day-Lewis ( Blood) and Cotillard Best supporting actors: Vald Ivanov ( 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days) and Ryan New York Film Critics Online Best picture: There Will Be Blood and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (tie) Best director: Paul Thomas Anderson Best actors: Day-Lewis and Christie What's your take? What's your current batting average at seeing any of the above?
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