San Diego hand their top honours over to Mr. Ben Affleck, with the majority of their remaining winners slighty off centre, too.
Daniel Day-Lewis may have won yet another prize for his title role in Lincoln, but Best Actress and Supporting Actress are a nice talking point here, especially when the two ladies in question are far from expected to receive an Oscar nomination. But it sure does make a welcome change to think outside the box.
Stay classy, San Diego.
Check out the full list of winner below: Continue reading
Posted in Home, Oscar Chat & Awards Season
Tagged 2012, argo, awards season, ben affleck, chris terrio, christoph waltz, claudio miranda, cloud atlas, dan bennett, daniel day-lewis, december, django unchained, emma watson, film, greig fraser, hugh bateup, jonny greenwood, killing them softly, kyle counts, lincoln, michelle williams, movies, oscar race, oscars, paranorman, paul thomas anderson, san diego film critics society, sdfcs, snow white and the huntsman, take this waltz, the invisible war, the kid with a bike, the life of pi, the master, the perks of being a wallflower, uli hanisch, william goldenberg, winners, zero dark thirty