The 17th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Winners

It’s safe to say by this point that I am completely convinced The Artist will win the Best Picture accolade at the Oscars. I also think it deserves to. Its four wins here, including Best Picture and Director, help cement its position as firm favourite, with the only potential upset seeming to come from The Descendants or Scorsese taking Best Director. But I doubt it.

Viola Davis got her first major award of the season for her stunning work in The Help, which was also rewarded with two further wins (though I can still see Chastain snatching it from Spencer). It’s still a little hard to call Drive an ‘action’ film, but I’ll take any and all prizes that come its way, with The Muppets’ win also thoroughly deserved. The only huge surprise is in the Best Documentary category – although I’m not particularly happy with the tie for Cinematography, which should be The Tree Of Life or nothing.

Check out the full list of winners below:

Best Picture:

The Artist

Best Director:

Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist

Best Actor:

George Clooney – The Descendants

Best Actress:

Viola Davis – The Help

Best Supporting Actor:

Christopher Plummer – Beginners

Best Supporting Actress:

Octavia Spencer – The Help

Best Original Screenplay:

Woody Allen – Midnight In Paris

Best Adapted Screenplay:

Steve Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin – Moneyball

Best Foreign Language Film:

A Separation

Best Animated Feature:

Rango

Best Documentary:

George Harrison: Living In The Material World

Best Cinematography:

Tie: The Tree Of Life and War Horse

Best Art Direction:

Hugo

Best Costume Design:

The Artist

Best Film Editing:

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Best Makeup:

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Best Original Score:

The Artist

Best Original Song:

Life’s A Happy Song – The Muppets

Best Sound:

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Best Visual Effects:

Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes

Best Ensemble:

The Help

Best Young Actor/Actress:

Thomas Horn – Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close

Best Comedy:

Bridesmaids

Best Action Film:

Drive

Joel Siegel Award:

Sean Penn

Music And Film Award:

Martin Scorsese

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