Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2014 – WINNERS

Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2014

Actress Sandra Bullock attends the 19th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards at Barker Hangar on January 16, 2014 in Santa Monica, California.  (Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images). Often as an indication for the Oscars, the Critics’ Choice winners were voted on by Broadcast Film Critics Association.

Here’s the complete list of winners from the 2014 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, together with some Oscar Nomination news:

Best Picture: 12 Years a Slave

12 Years a Slave

12 Years A Slave has already won best picture at the Golden Globes, also snagged the award for Best Adapted Screenplay, and was nominated for nine Oscars yesterday.

Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club


Matthew McConaughey yesterday also was the last name called as Best Actor nominee for Oscars 2014.


Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Cate Blanchett with Ben Kingsley

Actress Cate Blanchett (happy together here with Ben Kingsley) beat Sandra Bullock, Judi Dench, Emma Thompson and Meryl Streep to win the Best Actress Award at the Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.


Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

Jared Leto, Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in Dallas Buyers Club

Jared Leto also got the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in Dallas Buyers Club!

Best Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong’o, 12 Years a Slave

Lupita Nyong'o

Best Young Actor/Actress: Adele Exarchopoulos, Blue Is The Warmest Color

Adele Ekzarkopulos

The controversial French film Blue Is the Warmest Color, which made headlines when some theaters refused to show it due to its supposedly graphic lesbian sex scenes, snagged the award for Best Foreign Film.


Best Acting Ensemble / Best Comedy: American Hustle

American Hustle


Best Director: Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity

Alfonso Cuarón


Best Original Screenplay: Spike Jonze, Her


Her is a 2013 American science fiction romantic comedy-drama film written, directed, and produced by Spike Jonze. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Rooney Mara, Olivia Wilde, and Scarlett Johansson as the voice of Samantha.

Best Adapted Screenplay: John Ridley, 12 Years a Slave

John Ridley

In the 19th Critics’ Choice Movie Awards has “12 Years a Slave,” the important price fetched according to “The Hollywood
Reporter” for best film. Lupita Nyong’o was also nominated for best supporting actress, screenwriter John Ridley won in the category “Best Adapted Screenplay”. Was nominated “12 Years a Slave” for a total of 13 prizes.

Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, Gravity

Emmanuel Lubezki

Gravity (2013) Extended Trailer


Best Art Direction: Catherine Martin (Production Designer), Beverley Dunn (Set Decorator), The Great Gatsby


F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece leads into a world of breathless Amusements on a fragile ground and, in a society in which everything is sacrificed to the idol of money, be understood as a Menetekel.


Best Costume Design: Catherine Martin, The Great Gatsby

Catherine Martin

Designs on a prize: Catherine Martin, nominated for an Oscar. (Photo: Peter Braig)


Best Hair & Makeup: American Hustle

Jennifer Lawrence

Curls like soft ice cream swirls are the crowning touch to Jennifer Lawrence’s look in “American Hustle” (Sony-Columbia Pictures) – No Oscar nod for ‘American Hustlehair!

Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie / Best Visual Effects: Gravity / Best Editing: Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger, Gravity / Best Score: Steven Price, Gravity


Best Animated Feature: Frozen / Best Song: “Let It Go” Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Frozen

While the Best Animated Feature category went, as expected, to the mega-hit Disney film Frozen, the Critics’ Choice Awards were unique among recent awards shows by nominating Pixar’s Monsters University, which was snubbed by both the Golden Globes and the Oscars.


Best Action Movie: Lone Survivor



Best Actor in an Action Movie: Mark Wahlberg, Lone Survivor

Actor Mark Wahlberg

Actor Mark Wahlberg, who did his own stunts in “Lone Survivor”, almost got killed while shooting the film.


Best Actress in an Action Movie: Sandra Bullock, Gravity

Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock as well on Oscar Nomination: ‘Gravity’ ‘Revitalized Me’ as an Actress


Best Actor in a Comedy: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street

Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort in a scene from “The Wolf of Wall Street.” (Photo: AP)


Best Actress in a Comedy: Amy Adams, American Hustle

Amy Adams has been nominated for her star turn in 'American Hustle'

Amy Adams has been nominated for her star turn in ‘American Hustle’

Best Foreign Language Film: Blue Is the Warmest Color

Blue Is the Warmest Color



Best Documentary Feature: 20 Feet From Stardom

20 Feet From Stardom

Directed by Morgan Neville, this moving documentary bears the tagline: “Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names.” It tells the stories of the nameless backup singers for some of the most famous musical stars of the last few decades. It’s entertaining, heartbreaking and mesmerizing. This one definitely has a shot at a nomination.


The Critics’ Choice Movie Awards (formerly known as the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award) are bestowed annually by the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) to honor the finest in cinematic achievement. Written ballots are submitted during a week-long nominating period, and the resulting nominees are announced in December. The winners chosen by subsequent voting are revealed at the annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards ceremony in January. Additional, special awards are given out at the discretion of the BFCA Board of Directors.

The awards were originally named simply Critics’ Choice Awards. In 2010, the word Movie was added to their name, to differentiate them from the Critics’ Choice Television Award, which were first bestowed the following year by the newly created Broadcast Television Critics Association. The name Critics’ Choice Awards now officially refers to both sets of awards collectively.

From 2006 through 2009, the awards ceremony was held in the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. From 2010 through 2012, it took place in the refurbished, historic Hollywood Palladium. The live television broadcast of the event moved from VH1 to The CW in 2013, with the 19th ceremony airing on January 16, 2014.



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