THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Tops Online Film Critics Awards

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THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Tops Online Film Critics Awards
Wes Anderson's rip-roaring love letter to Lubitsch and Hitchcock, The Grand Budapest Hotel, topped this year's Online Film Critics Society Awards, which counts a number of ScreenAnarchy contributors amongst its global membership. The film won awards for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography. 

Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu's equally excellent Birdman also bagged a trio of awards, including Best Actor for Michael Keaton, Best Supporting Actor for Edward Norton and Best Editing.
 
Richard Linklater was named Best Director for Boyhood, which also earned Patricia Arquette the Best Supporting Actress prize, while David Fincher's Gone Girl also scored a pair of gongs, for Best Actress Rosamund Pike and Best Adapted Screenplay. 

Other winners included The Lego Movie for Best Animated Feature, Life Itself for Best Documentary, while the Dardennes' Two Days, One Night was named Best Foreign Language Film.

Full list of winners:

Best Picture: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Animated Feature: The Lego Movie
Best Film Not in the English Language: Two Days, One Night
Best Documentary: Life Itself
Best Director: Richard Linklater - Boyhood
Best Actor: Michael Keaton - Birdman
Best Actress: Rosamund Pike - Gone Girl
Best Supporting Actor: Edward Norton - Birdman
Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette - Boyhood
Best Original Screenplay: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Adapted Screenplay: Gone Girl
Best Editing: Birdman
Best Cinematography: The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Marc ClementDecember 15, 2014 6:26 PM

The Lego movie???? where is that a good animation movie?, do you understand what animation is? if there was a best product placement prize, i'd give it to the lego movie, naming it as the best animated movie is just wrong and insulting to animators.

VonDecember 15, 2014 7:25 PM

I actually liked it, what does it matter it's from Lego? Aren't there already like a thousand Lego games aswell? I think the idea of making all the effects (fire, explosions) from Lego pieces is pretty awesome. How is it insulting to animators? Just because Lego is a huge brand doesn't mean the animations are bad or anything. I think you are actually insulting the animators who worked on this film, some of the animators also worked on Guardians of the Galaxy and Harry Potter and alot of other great films. Sorry but I just don't understand what it is you find insulting.. If you are more into art-like animation films, why bother commenting since this is about huge commercial films.

Muto AshirogiDecember 16, 2014 12:37 PM

I'm with you. "The Lego movie" is boring, predictable and utterly uninteresting - yet all the critics loved it. I'm still wondering why.

mercyDecember 20, 2014 8:05 AM

If you suffer from high blood pressure and a serious sleep disorder watch this movie. Its so boring that will put you to sleep for sure and regulate your blood pressure.