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Melancholia Named Best Picture By National Society Of Film Critics!

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Whoa! Big congrats to the cast and crew of Lars von Trier's Melancholia!

The film, starring Kirsten Dunst and ASkars (yum!) was named the Best Picture of the Year by the National Society of Film Critics.

Kirsten was also named best actress for her role in the film and Brad Pitt was named best actor for Moneyball.

Here we goooo, folks. Awardz season is OFFICIALLY here and usually awards like these foreshadow the outcome at the Oscars.

To see the rest of the winners, click AFTER THE JUMP!

BEST ACTOR
1. Brad Pitt – 35 (Moneyball, The Tree of Life)

BEST ACTRESS
1. Kirsten Dunst – 39 (Melancholia)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
1. Albert Brooks – 38 (Drive)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
1. Jessica Chastain – 30 (The Tree of Life, Take Shelter, The Help)

BEST PICTURE
1. Melancholia – 29 (Lars von Trier)

Congrats to all the winners!

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11 comments to “Melancholia Named Best Picture By National Society Of Film Critics!”



  1. 1

    I never really liked Kirsten Dunst, until this movie. The movie was amazing. Also was she.



  2. 2

    This is definitely the best film of the year. It won't win at the Oscars most likely because the Oscars are unfair and always pick the one that works best for this country. Melancholia is too depressing which is awful that people look at it that way. It's the best work of art this year. Congrats on this win and congrats to Kirsten Dunst who also gives the best performance of the year.



  3. 3

    I was sooo depressed after watching this movie. Even tho I love Alex!!!!!!!

  4. Coqi says – reply to this


    4

    Loved, loved, LOVED this movie. The dichotomy between the sisters and Kirsten's performance ( and all the actors) were spectacular. This isn't a "movie." It is a profound, and deeply introspective, work of pure art.



  5. 5

    Mario/Perez/whoever you are
    you knocked Kirsten Dunst cruelly and needlessly for so long on your blog
    hope that you're feeling just a little embarrassed and ashamed of yourself
    if you have changed and matured- you would be
    if you're still an arrogant bully faking "nice" - then you should be!



  6. 6

    Saw both of these movies and they were slow and sucked. Artsy fartsy Hollywood blather…



  7. 7

    Saw both of these movies. They were Hella boring… Slow and sucked. Artsy fartsy Hollywood blather…



  8. 8

    More like most overrated film of the year. My boyfriend and I didn't think it was that good. It's a pretentious piece of crap movie :/



  9. 9

    @ *Sloane - i agree - Kirsten Dunst was constantly bullied by Perez … Perez Hilton should be embarrassed and ashamed of the way he has treated people …



  10. 10

    Just the title would turn me off, I like to go to dramas or comedies that entertain and are not depressingl - God knows I get enough of that in my personal life.



  11. 11

    This happened to be one of my favorite movies of the year. The way that KD acted with AS was probably the highlight as well as a magnificant story. Of course the rest of the cast was so well suited for their roles it made watching it an amazing experience. In this day in age with all of these fluff movies, thank goodness one of substance is getting some recognition.