‘Social Network’ wins NSFC

Posted by · 12:28 pm · January 8th, 2011

Sheep. Full list of winners at The Circuit.

More admirable is this:

“NSFC also issued a statement calling for a re-examination of the MPAA rating system and another condemning Iran’s recent sentencing of Iranian directors Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof.”




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  • 1 1-09-2011 at 1:16 pm

    Glanton said...

    I think it’s time to give up the whole King’s Speech front-runner title. It’s Juno all over again.

    The Social Network will win, and that is that. Let’s not kid ourselves.

  • 2 1-09-2011 at 2:09 pm

    S.D. said...

    Sorry, but there’s no way Portman is NOT winning the Oscar. Black Swan has already entered the pop culture lexicon (see SNL). It’s finally hitting 2000 theatres this weekend, it’s already over $60 million a full two weeks before the nominations are even announced. All the heat and buzz is on her film and her performance. I mean does anyone think Sandra Bullock would have stood a chance if The Blind Side hadn’t been a box office hit?

  • 3 1-09-2011 at 7:12 pm

    Kyle T. said...

    Mitchel,

    Isn’t whether a film is boring or not subjective? I find it interesting that you say The Social Network is boring, yet you state that it is not of the quality of Citizen Kane, which, in my personal opinion, is a slower paced film in comparison. Did you also find Kane boring? I believe that TSN will stand the test of time like Welles classic has.

  • 4 1-09-2011 at 10:37 pm

    Kieran S said...

    Having finally seen “Another Year,” I must echo your enthusiasm Kris (I know you loved that film). I literally didn’t want it to end and I can’t think of another film that made me feel that way. That being the case, I’m kind of disappointed that more critics aren’t going for it, not just in best picture, but for things like best ensemble, original screenplay, Manville in either of the two acting categories (I can see how there’d be confusion)…I love “The Social Network,” but you’d think something like “Another Year,” would have more intense pockets of critical love.

  • 5 1-10-2011 at 7:17 am

    DylanS said...

    I’ve noticed that when it comes to “The Ghost Writer”, everybody has a different favorite. Some say Williams, some say Brosnan. I think Mcgreggor gave arguably his career best work. Perfect Polanski leading man type performance.