Danny Baldwin 2010

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In Danny's words: "I'm a 22-year-old film fan currently living in Los Angeles and attending USC. Nearly all of my time outside of school is devoted to watching movies and writing about them on my website, Bucket Reviews. On the rare instance that I'm not doing one of those things (or sitting in LA-traffic, for that matter), you'll likely find me watching mindless drivel on television, listening to shock-jock talk-radio, or cursing at a tiny white ball on a golf course. My favorite films include Tonari No TotoroThe Silence of the LambsHoop Dreams, M, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate FactoryCitizen Kane, and Double Indemnity."

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Best Feature-Length Film
1. Black Swan
2. Never Let Me Go
3. Blue Valentine
4. A Prophet
5. The Kids Are All Right
6. The King’s Speech
7. Greenberg
8. Buried
9. The Ghost Writer
10. Exit Through the Gift Shop

Best Lead Performance, Male
1. Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine
2. Colin Firth, The King’s Speech
3. Ryan Reynolds, Buried
4. Paul Giamatti, Barney’s Version
5. Aaron Eckhart, Rabbit Hole  

Best Lead Performance, Female
1. Natalie Portman, Black Swan
2. Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine
3. Noomi Rapace, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
4. Emma Stone, Easy A
5. Lesley Manville, Another Year  

Best Supporting Performance, Male 
1. Christian Bale, The Fighter
2. Miles Teller, Rabbit Hole
3. Matt Damon, True Grit
4. Vincent Cassel, Black Swan
5. Jonah Hill, Cyrus  

Best Supporting Performance, Female
1. Barbara Hershey, Black Swan
2. Amy Adams, The Fighter
3. Bryce Dallas Howard, Hereafter
4. Mila Kunis, Black Swan
5. Milla Jovovich, Stone  

Best Direction 
1. Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan
2. Mark Romanek, Never Let Me Go
3. Jacques Audiard, A Prophet
4. Christopher Nolan, Inception
5. Roman Polanski, The Ghost Writer
 
Best Screenplay 
1. Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan
2. Alex Garland, Never Let Me Go
3. Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg, The Kids Are All Right
4. Christopher Nolan, Inception
5. Noah Baumbach, Greenberg  

Best Cinematography 
1. Matthew Libatique, Black Swan
2. Eduard Grau, Buried
3. Wally Pfister, Inception
4. Martin Ruhe, The American
5. Yorick Le Saux, I Am Love 

Best Editing
1. Andrew Weisblum, Black Swan
2. Lee Smith, Inception
3. Juliette Welfling, A Prophet
4. Rodrigo CortÚs, Buried
5. Barney Pilling, Never Let Me Go
 
Best Music 
1. Clint Mansell, Black Swan
2. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, The Social Network
3. A.R. Rahman, 127 Hours
4. Hans Zimmer, Inception
5. John Adams, I Am Love
 
Best Cinematic Moment 
1. Sally Hawkins breaks down in front of the class - Never Let Me Go
2. Lesbian encounter - Black Swan
3. Facemash sequence - The Social Network
4. Malik’s first kill - A Prophet
5. Moonlit ride - True Grit
6. Flying for the first time - How to Train Your Dragon
7. The title scene - The King’s Speech
8. Drunken Dean goes nuts at Cindy’s workplace - Blue Valentine
9. Strobe-light sequence - Kick-Ass
10. Premature ejaculation - She’s Out of My League  

Best Cinematic Breakthrough
1. Emma Stone, Easy A
2. Natalie Portman, Black Swan
3. Greta Gerwig, Greenberg
4. Elle Fanning, Somewhere
5. The Duplass Brothers, Cyrus  

Best Body of Work 
1. Andrew Garfield (Never Let Me Go and The Social Network)
2. Jesse Eisenberg (Holy Rollers, The Social Network, and Solitary Man)
3. Ewan McGregor (I Love You Phillip Morris and The Ghost Writer)
4. Aaron Johnson (Kick-Ass and Nowhere Boy)
5. Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right and Chloe)

Best Ensemble Performance
1. Black Swan
2. The Kids Are All Right
3. The Fighter
4. The King’s Speech
5. The Town

Best Web-Based Criticism 

Special Award: Best Film of the 1950s
1. The 400 Blows 
2. Rashomon 
3. The African Queen 
4. Sunset Blvd.
5. Touch of Evil
6. Rear Window
7. Anatomy of a Murder
8. Tokyo Story
9. A Streetcar Named Desire
10. Give a Girl a Break

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