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Crash and Brokeback Clean Up At The Critics Choice Awards

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Critical darlings Crash and Brokeback Mountain fared pretty well at tonight’s Critics’ Choice Awards, which kicked off the television awards season.

I was a bit disappointed Felicity Huffman didn’t win, but Reese was great in Walk The Line. Oh well, Huffman will get her due come Golden Globe time – they’re in separate categories.

Kind of embarassing though, how they cut off Ang Lee and Diana Ossana as they tried to give their acceptance speeches. Very happy for Phillip Seymour Hoffman, though it’s kind of hard to be happy for any winners of the Best Actor category this year because there truly are so many good performances.

Here are the winners.

Best Ensemble – Crash

Best Composer – John Williams Memoirs of a Geisha

Best Soundtrack – Walk The Line

Best Song – Terrence Howard – “Hustle & Flow”

Best Foreign Language Film – Kung Fu Hustle

Best Documentary – March of the Penguins

Best Made for TV Movie – Into The West

Best Family Film – The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe

Best Comedy – The 40 Year Old Virgin

Best Young Actress – Dakota Fanning (War of the Worlds

Best Young Actor – Freddie Highmore (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)

Best Actor – Phillip Seymour Hoffman (Capote

Best Actress – Reese Witherspoon (Walk The Line)

Best Director – Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain)

Best Picture – Brokeback Mountain

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  • reggie von woic

    Oh my God!!!
    Crash was the greatest film last year–really makes one think doesn’t it.

    My roomate made the mistake of saying, “i know it was the mexican guy who robbed the ‘Arab'” after the movie.
    Don’t worry, I put him in his place–i believe he still has an imprint on his right cheek that perfectly fits the back of my right hand palm.