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Facebook Movie Remains Critics Awards' Favorite + Texas Group Names Hollywood Liberal 'Humanitarian of the Year'

Facebook movie Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg. The Social Network controversial founderFacebook movie The Social Network wins more U.S. film critics' Best Picture awards: Jesse Eisenberg stars as controversial Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook movie tops Houston Film Critics Awards while liberal Hollywood celebrity named Humanitarian of the Year

David Fincher's Facebook movie The Social Network was the shocking (kidding) Best Film winner at the 2010 Houston Film Critics Society Awards. Besides, Fincher was named Best Director, Aaron Sorkin the author of the Best Screenplay, and Jesse Eisenberg the Best Actor for his portrayal of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. (More on the acclaimed Facebook movie further below.)

More interesting, perhaps, than more mentions for this awards season's biggest hit, was the – needless to say, Texas-based – Houston Film Critics' selection of liberal-minded Hollywood elite member George Clooney as Humanitarian of the Year and Best Actress Oscar-winning Texan Sissy Spacek (Coal Miner's Daughter, 1980) as the recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award.

But why George Clooney? Well, last January the Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner (Syriana, 2005) organized the telethon “Hope for Haiti Now” to collect donations for the victims of the devastating earthquake that struck the Caribbean nation on Jan. 12.

Natalie Portman Black Swan Vincent Cassel. Emotionally unbalanced ballerina remains top Best ActressNatalie Portman in Black Swan with Vincent Cassel: Emotionally unbalanced ballerina remains the U.S. film critics' top Best Actress.

Natalie Portman once again Best Actress

The Houston Film Critics' Best Actress was critics' favorite Natalie Portman for her obsessive ballerina in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan.

Christian Bale received his latest Best Supporting Actor mention for his performance as a junkie in David O. Russell's The Fighter, while newcomer Hailee Steinfeld was the Best Supporting Actress for Joel and Ethan Coen's Western True Grit. Other winners included:

  • Niels Arden Oplev's Swedish-made global blockbuster The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, starring Noomi Rapace as a computer hacker, was selected as the Best Foreign Language Film.
  • Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's Afghanistan War documentary Restrepo topped the Best Documentary category.
  • Lee Unkrich's blockbuster Toy Story 3 was the expected Best Animated Feature.

Facebook movie: Cinematic drama for adults

Initially set at the dawn of the 21st century – more specifically, the year 2003 – U.S. critics' darling The Social Network follows Harvard undergraduate and computer programmer Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) as he becomes enmeshed in a series of personal issues and public lawsuits after the launch of the social media platform that would eclipse Myspace and, gasp!, Google's Orkut: the increasingly widespread and increasingly intrusive Facebook.

Based on Ben Mezrich's book The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, David Fincher's Facebook movie tells us that Zuckerberg was a “self-made man” who, American mythology or no, didn't actually do it all by himself.

Among those who, to some extent or other, helped and/or resented him for taking the reins of the Internet behemoth were Napster founder Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake), Zuckerberg's former college friend and financial Facebook supporter Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield), and the Winklevoss twins Cameron and Tyler (Armie Hammer and Armie Hammer's face, plus the body of Josh Pence as Tyler).

Houston Film Critics winners

Best Picture: The Social Network.

Best Foreign Language Film: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Best Actress: Natalie Portman, Black Swan.

Best Actor: Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network.

Best Supporting Actress: Hailee Steinfeld, True Grit.

Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale, The Fighter.

Best Director: David Fincher, The Social Network.

Best Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network.

Best Documentary: Restrepo.

Best Animated Film: Toy Story 3.

Best Cinematography: Wally Pfister, Inception.

Best Score: Hans Zimmer, Inception.

Best Original Song: Beck's “We Are Sex Bob-Omb!” from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

Worst Picture: Jonah Hex.

Humanitarian of the Year: George Clooney.

Lifetime Achievement Award: Sissy Spacek.

Cinematic Achievement Award: Hector Luna, founder and editor of C-47 Houston magazine, and Charles Dove, director of the Rice University Media Center.

Image of Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg in the Facebook movie The Social Network: Merrick Morton / Sony Pictures.

Image of Vincent Cassel and Natalie Portman in the ballet drama Black Swan image: Niko Tavernise / Fox Searchlight.

Chicago Film Critics go for popular fare: David Fincher's Facebook movie strikes again

The Chicago Film Critics Association went for their fellow critics groups' popular choices:

  • David Fincher's Facebook movie The Social Network in the Best Film, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay (Aaron Sorkin) categories.
  • Natalie Portman as Best Actress for Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan.
  • Colin Firth as Best Actor for playing the speech-impaired King George VI in Tom Hooper's The King's Speech. (See further below the full list of nominees and winners.)

In the supporting categories, just like the Houston Film Critics, the Chicago Film Critics honored Christian Bale for David O. Russell's The Fighter and newcomer Hailee Steinfeld for Joel and Ethan Coen's True Grit.

For the record, in the Best Supporting Actress slot, most groups have to date named The Fighter performer Melissa Leo. Steinfeld, however, has also been singled out here and there as either Best Supporting Actress or Best Newcomer.

Chicago 'surprise'

The only “surprise” among the Chicago Film Critics' winners was Jacques Audiard's French prison drama A Prophet / Un prophète being named Best Foreign Language Film. And that's a “surprise” merely because A Prophet was a contender for last year's Oscar and most critics groups have by now forgotten one of 2009's favorites.

Lee Unkrich's Toy Story 3 and Banksy's Exit Through the Giftshop were, respectively, the Best Animated Feature and the Best Documentary of 2010.

And finally, Jennifer Lawrence was voted the year's top newcomer for Debra Granik's drama Winter's Bone, while Christopher Nolan was singled out for his Inception screenplay.

Chicago Film Critics nominations: Mixed bag as Leonardo DiCaprio & Julianne Moore once again bypassed

Revolving around the creation of Facebook, The Social Network had received a total of eight nominations, including Best Actor (Jesse Eisenberg). Next in line were The King's Speech, Black Swan, Winter's Bone, and True Grit with six nods apiece.

Overall, the Chicago Film Critics' nominations were a mixed bag. Shortlisted along with the aforementioned popular choices were several performers ignored by the Screen Actors Guild Awards – e.g., Best Actress nominees Lesley Manville (Another Year) and Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine), and Best Supporting Actress nominee Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom).

On the other hand, Leonardo DiCaprio was once again bypassed for his work in both Inception and Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island, and, more surprisingly, so was Nicole Kidman for John Cameron Mitchell's psychological family drama Rabbit Hole, which received only one nomination – for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right), Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), and Facebook movie actors Armie Hammer and Justin Timberlake are four other performers that haven't had much luck this awards season. The Chicago Film Critics were no help.

Armie Hammer twins The Social Network. Facebook movie traces Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss less than friendly beginningsArmie Hammer twins – a.k.a. Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss – in The Social Network: David Fincher's Facebook movie traces the unlikable & unfriendly beginnings of the “Like” and “Add as Friend” social media platform.

Chicago Film Critics winners and nominations

BEST PICTURE
Black Swan.
Inception.
The King's Speech.
* The Social Network.
Winter's Bone.

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Biutiful.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
I Am Love.
Mother.
* A Prophet.

BEST DIRECTOR
Darren Aronofsky – Black Swan.
* David Fincher – The Social Network.
Debra Granik – Winter's Bone.
Tom Hooper – The King's Speech.
Christopher Nolan – Inception.

BEST ACTOR
Jeff Bridges – True Grit.
Jesse Eisenberg – The Social Network.
* Colin Firth – The King's Speech.
James Franco127 Hours.
Ryan Gosling – Blue Valentine.

BEST ACTRESS
Annette Bening – The Kids Are All Right.
Jennifer Lawrence – Winter's Bone.
Lesley Manville – Another Year.
* Natalie Portman – Black Swan.
Michelle Williams – Blue Valentine.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
* Christian Bale – The Fighter.
Andrew Garfield – The Social Network.
John HawkesWinter's Bone.
Mark RuffaloThe Kids Are All Right.
Geoffrey RushThe King's Speech.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Amy AdamsThe Fighter.
Helena Bonham Carter – The King's Speech.
Melissa Leo – The Fighter.
* Hailee Steinfeld – True Grit.
Jacki Weaver – Animal Kingdom.

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Black Swan – Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz & John McLaughlin.
Four Lions – Jesse Armstrong, Sam Bain & Chris Morris.
* Inception – Christopher Nolan.
The Kids Are All Right – Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg.
The King's Speech – David Seidler.

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Rabbit Hole – David Lindsay Abaire.
* The Social Network – Aaron Sorkin.
Toy Story 3 – Michael Arndt.
True Grit – Joel & Ethan Coen.
Winter's Bone – Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini.

BEST DOCUMENTARY
* Exit Through the Gift Shop.
Inside Job.
Restrepo.
The Tillman Story.
Waiting for 'Superman'.

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
Despicable Me.
How to Train Your Dragon.
The Illusionist.
Tangled.
* Toy Story 3.

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Black Swan – Matthew Libatique.
* Inception – Wally Pfister.
Shutter Island – Robert Richardson.
The Social Network – Jeff Cronenweth.
True GritRoger Deakins.

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
* Black Swan – Clint Mansell.
I Am Love – John Adams.
Inception – Hans Zimmer.
The Social NetworkTrent Reznor & Atticus Ross.
True Grit – Carter Burwell.

MOST PROMISING PERFORMER
Armie Hammer – The Social Network.
Katie Jarvis – Fish Tank.
* Jennifer Lawrence – Winter's Bone.
Tahar RahimA Prophet.
Hailee Steinfeld – True Grit.

MOST PROMISING FILMMAKER
Banksy – Exit Through the Gift Shop.
* Derek Cianfrance – Blue Valentine.
David Michôd – Animal Kingdom.
Aaron Schneider – Get Low.
John Wells – The Company Men.

Image of the Armie Hammer twins in the Facebook movie The Social Network: Merrick Morton / Sony Pictures.

Facebook movie The Social Network with Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker and Jesse Eisenberg as Mark ZuckerbergFacebook movie The Social Network with Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker and Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg: Backstabbing and powerlust in David Fincher's enthusiastically received drama.

Florida Film Critics: Mind-bending 'Inception' vs. Facebook movie 'The Social Network' + lots of awards season favorites

Christopher Nolan's mind-bending sci-fi/thriller Inception won more awards from the Florida Film Critics Circle than any other 2010 release, but David Fincher's The Social Network was the actual (unsurprising) leader in terms of prestige.

The Facebook movie featuring Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Armie Hammer, and Andrew Garfield topped the Best Film, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay (Aaron Sorkin) categories. (See below the full list of this year's Florida Film Critics award winners.)

In the acting categories, Natalie Portman was – once again – Best Actress for Darren Aronofsky's ballet drama Black Swan, while Colin Firth was – once again – Best Actor for Tom Hooper's royal drama The King's Speech.

Additionally, Melissa Leo and Christian Bale were – once again – the winners in the supporting categories for their performances in David O. Russell's boxing drama The Fighter. Leo and Bale each won “by comfortable margins,” according to the Florida Film Critics' press release.

'Inception' tops four categories

Inception topped the following award categories: Best Original Screenplay (Christopher Nolan), Best Cinematography (Wally Pfister), Best Art Direction/Production Design (Brad Ricker and Guy Hendrix Dyas, respectively), and Best Visual Effects.

Other Florida Film Critics winners included:

  • Luca Guadagnino's I Am Love as Best Foreign Language Film.
  • Lee Unkrich's Toy Story 3 as Best Animated Film.
  • Amin Bar-Lev's The Tillman Story as Best Documentary.

In “a close competition” with True Grit co-star Hailee Steinfeld, Winter's Bone star Jennifer Lawrence was named the recipient of the Pauline Kael Breakout Award.

Golden Orange Award

The Golden Orange award, “given for a significant contribution to film and/or filmmaking in Florida,” went to Matthew Curtis, programming director for the Enzian Theater and the Florida Film Festival in Orlando.

Curtis was honored for “continuing to bring diverse programming to Orlando's lone art house and being similarly dedicated to ensuring that the Florida Film Festival is a significant component of Central Florida's film culture for the past two decades.”

Founded in 1996, the Florida Film Critics Circle is comprised of 19 writers from state publications.

Florida Film Critics winners

Best Picture: The Social Network.

Best Foreign Language Film: I Am Love.

Best Actor: Colin Firth, The King's Speech.

Best Actress: Natalie Portman, Black Swan.

Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo, The Fighter.

Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale, The Fighter.

Best Director: David Fincher, The Social Network.

Best Adapted Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network.

Best Original Screenplay: Christopher Nolan, Inception.

Best Cinematography: Wally Pfister, Inception.

Best Visual Effects: Inception.

Best Art Direction/Production Design: Inception.

Best Animated Feature: Toy Story 3.

Best Documentary: The Tillman Story.

Pauline Kael Breakout Award: Jennifer Lawrence, Winter's Bone.

Golden Orange: Matthew Curtis, programming director of the Enzian Theater and the Florida Film Festival, Orlando.

Florida Film Critics Circle website.

Image of Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg in the Facebook movie The Social Network: Merrick Morton / Sony Pictures.

The Social Network Rooney Mara. David Fincher acclaimed Facebook movie has been top pickThe Social Network with Rooney Mara: David Fincher's acclaimed Facebook movie has been the top pick this awards season.

Facebook movie tops Satellite Awards

The Social Network has won another bunch of trophies, courtesy of the International Press Academy, whose Satellite Awards were handed out at a luncheon held earlier today at the Intercontinental Hotel in the Los Angeles suburb of Century City. (See further below the full list of 2010 Satellite Awards winners and nominees.)

David Fincher's Facebook movie won for Best Film (Drama), Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay (Aaron Sorkin). Christopher Nolan's Inception also won three awards, but in less prominent categories: Best Cinematography (Wally Pfister), Best Art Direction & Production Design (Guy Hendrix Dyas, Luke Freeborn, Brad Ricker, and Dean Wolcott), and Best Original Score (Hans Zimmer).

Surprise Best Actress winners

Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) and Anne Hathaway (Love & Other Drugs) were the two surprise winners in the acting categories. Rapace was the Best Actress Drama – instead of Natalie Portman (Black Swan) – while Hathaway was the Best Actress Comedy or Musical, instead of Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right).

The other acting winners were Best Actor Drama Colin Firth for The King's Speech, Best Actor Comedy or Musical Michael Cera for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Best Supporting Actor Christian Bale for The Fighter, and Best Supporting Actress Jacki Weaver for Animal Kingdom.

Best Film Editing shocker

Niels Arden Oplev's Swedish crime thriller and international blockbuster The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was named Best Foreign Language Film. Toy Story 3 and Restrepo won, respectively, in the Best Animated Feature and Best Documentary categories.

Another big surprise was the choice of editor Robert Frazen's work on Nicole Holofcener's small dramatic comedy Please Give as the Best Film Editing job of the year. Almost invariably, flashier movies such as Unstoppable or Inception tend to win that type of award.

Image of Rooney Mara in the Facebook movie The Social Network: Merrick Morton / Sony Pictures.

Armie Hammer twins with Josh Pence as Tyler Winklevoss in The Social Network. Facebook movie erased Pence faceArmie Hammer twins in The Social Network actually included Josh Pence as Tyler Winklevoss. The production kept Pence's body, but his face was digitally erased for David Fincher's Facebook movie.

Satellite Awards: Winners and nominations

Best Motion Picture Drama
127 Hours.
Animal Kingdom.
Blue Valentine.
Get Low.
The Ghost Writer.
Inception.
The King's Speech.
* The Social Network.
The Town.
Winter's Bone.

Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
Cyrus.
The Kids Are All Right.
Made in Dagenham.
The Other Guys.
Please Give.
Red.
* Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

Best Foreign Language Film
Biutiful.
* The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
I Am Love.
Mother.
Outside the Law.
Soul Kitchen.
White Material.

Best Director
Ben Affleck, The Town.
Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan.
Danny Boyle, 127 Hours.
Lisa Cholodenko, The Kids Are All Right.
* David Fincher, The Social Network.
Tom Hooper, The King's Speech.
David Michôd, Animal Kingdom.
Christopher Nolan, Inception.
Roman Polanski, The Ghost Writer.
Debra Granik, Winter's Bone.

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama
Javier Bardem, Biutiful.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Inception.
Michael Douglas, Solitary Man.
Robert Duvall, Get Low.
Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network.
* Colin Firth, The King's Speech.
James Franco, 127 Hours.
Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine.

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
Steve Carell, Dinner for Schmucks.
* Michael Cera, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
Romain Duris, Heartbreaker.
Andy Garcia, City Island.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Love & Other Drugs.
John Malkovich, Red.
John C. Reilly, Cyrus.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama
Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole.
Jennifer Lawrence, Winter's Bone.
Helen Mirren, The Tempest.
Natalie Portman, Black Swan.
* Noomi Rapace, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Tilda Swinton, I Am Love.
Naomi Watts, Fair Game.
Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right.
* Anne Hathaway, Love & Other Drugs
Sally Hawkins, Made in Dagenham.
Catherine Keener, Please Give.
Julianne Moore, The Kids Are All Right.
Mary-Louise Parker, Red.
Marisa Tomei, Cyrus.

Best Supporting Actor
* Christian Bale, The Fighter.
Pierce Brosnan, The Ghost Writer.
Andrew Garfield, The Social Network.
Tommy Lee Jones, The Company Men.
Bill Murray, Get Low.
Sean Penn, Fair Game.
Jeremy Renner, The Town.
Geoffrey Rush, The King's Speech.

Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams, The Fighter.
Marion Cotillard, Inception.
Anne-Marie Duff, Nowhere Boy.
Vanessa Redgrave, Letters to Juliet.
Rosamund Pike, Barney's Version.
Kristin Scott Thomas, Nowhere Boy.
* Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom.
Dianne Wiest, Rabbit Hole.

Best Original Screenplay
Biutiful.
The Eclipse.
Get Low.
Inception.
The Kids Are All Right.
* David Seidler, The King's Speech.
Toy Story 3.

Best Adapted Screenplay
127 Hours.
Fair Game.
The Ghost Writer.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
* Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network.
The Town.
Winter's Bone.

Best Motion Picture Animated or Mixed Media
Alice in Wonderland.
Despicable Me.
How to Train Your Dragon.
The Illusionist.
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole.
* Toy Story 3.

Best Documentary
Behind the Burly Q.
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer.
Countdown to Zero.
A Film Unfinished.
Inside Job.
Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work.
* Restrepo.
Sequestro.
The Tillman Story.
Waiting for 'Superman'.

Best Cinematography
127 Hours.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
I Am Love.
* Wally Pfister, Inception.
Salt.
Secretariat.
Shutter Island.
Unstoppable.

Best Film Editing
Inception.
* Robert Frazen, Please Give.
Shutter Island.
The Social Network.
The Town.
Unstoppable.

Best Original Score
127 Hours.
Black Swan.
The Eclipse.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
* Hans Zimmer, Inception.
Salt.
The Social Network.
Unstoppable.

Best Original Song
“If I Rise” from 127 Hours.
“Alice” from Alice in Wonderland.
* “You Haven't Seen the Last of Me,” Cher and Diane Warren, from Burlesque.
“Country Strong” from Country Strong.
“What Part of Forever” from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
“Eclipse (All Yours)” from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

Best Art Direction & Production Design
Alice in Wonderland.
Black Swan.
Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky.
I Am Love.
* Guy Hendrix Dyas, Luke Freeborn, Brad Ricker & Dean Wolcott, Inception.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
Shutter Island.

Best Costume Design
* Colleen Atwood, Alice in Wonderland.
Black Swan.
Eat Pray Love.
The King's Speech.
Robin Hood.

Best Visual Effects
127 Hours.
* Ken Ralston, Dave Schaub, Carey Villegas & Sean Phillips, Alice in Wonderland.
Inception.
Iron Man 2.
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole.
Unstoppable

Best Sound Editing & Mixing
127 Hours.
Inception.
Iron Man 2.
Nowhere Boy.
Secretariat.
Shutter Island.
* Mark P. Stoekinger, Kevin O'Connell, Beau Borders & William B. Kaplan, Unstoppable.

Mary Pickford Award: Vanessa Williams.

Nikola Tesla Award: Robert A. Harris.

Auteur Award: Alex Gibney.

Humanitarian Award: Connie Stevens.

 

Image of the Armie Hammer twins (including Josh Pence as Tyler Winklevoss) during the making of the Facebook movie The Social Network: Merrick Morton / Sony Pictures.


         
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    I only pay attention to The Golden Globe, SAG and The Academy Awards! The rest mean little!