We're not so sure how to feel about this...
Forget Saving Mr. Banks. Meryl Streep was Saving Ms. Thompson tonight from falling on her face!
It sort of looks like she was getting some support from Streep while on the red carpet!
We can’t confirm of deny if Emma was a bit buzzed tonight, but if we had to guess what she said to Meryl while giggling with delight, it would be______________________________.
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20 Feet From Stardom may have to change its name!
Now that it's the Critic’s Choice Awards winner for Best Documentary Feature, it's only inches from being a star!
That's just thismuch closer than the remarkable other nominees The Act of Killing, Blackfish, Stories We Tell, and Tim's Vermeer!
But you can't beat the power of music, and the story of background singers really struck a chord with the critics!
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Gravity really brought down the house at the Critics’ Choice Awards!
The AH-Mazing astronautic thrill ride won more trophies than you could fit in an escape pod!
Besides Sandra Bullock F-Bomb fueled win for Best Actress in an Action Movie and Alfonso Cuaron's Best Directing, Gravity also took home Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Visual Effects, Best Score, and Best Sci-Fi Movie!
Seven awards! Wow! Should have known a movie about the vacuum of space would suck up a lot of trophies! Congratz!
The Lone Survivor stands alone, victorious!
It was a big, dynamite-esque blow to the competition, which included The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Iron Man 3, Rush, and Star Trek Into Darkness.
This win is well deserving of a macho, slo-mo walk away from an exploding building!
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C'mon, Julia Roberts! The suspense is killing us!!!
After stalling for time as her mom scrambled for the remote, the August: Osage County handed out the biggest award of the night for Best Picture at the 2014 Critic’s Choice Awards! And the winner is…
12 Years a Slave!
The Steve McQueen had yet another big night after also winning the same award at the Golden Globes, but it had a few more competitors this time as it took on American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska, Saving Mr. Banks, and The Wolf of Wall Street!
Oh, and did we mention is ALSO won Best Adapted Screenplay!
Wow! Looks like this film is a real force to be reckoned with! We're guessing this wont be the last trophy it win! Congrats!!
Sure, Cate Blanchett may have just won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actress but her son just won our Cutest Kid award!
Miz Blanchett brought little Roman as her date tonight and not only did she thank him, she told him how lucky he was to have her as his mother instead of her character in Blue Jasmine!
Click PLAY to watch the AH-Mazing acceptance speech (above)!!!
The other Best Actress nominees included Sandra Bullock for Gravity, Judi Dench for Philomena, Brie Larson for Short Term 12, Meryl Streep for August: Osage County, and Emma Thompson for Saving Mr. Banks.