Craig D. Lindsey 2010

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Craig D. Lindsey was once the film critic and pop culture columnist for the Raleigh News & Observer. But ever since the paper relieved him of his duties and told him to get the hell out of the building, he's been a broken-down shell of a man. He mostly sleeps during the day, He rarely bathes. Every now and then, he comes out of his home to get rotisserie chicken, muffins, water and Doan's pills. We were kinda shocked that we managed to get some blurbs out of him this year. You can still find him on Twitter, but can someone down there keep tabs on him so we know he's all right. We worry about him.

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Best Feature-Length Film
1. Toy Story 3 
2. The Social Network 
3. True Grit 
4. Carlos 
5. Mother 
6. Exit Through the Gift Shop 
7. Shutter Island 
8. The Fighter 
9. Blue Valentine 
10. The American

Best Lead Performance, Male
1. Edgar Ramirez, Carlos 
2. Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine 
3. Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network 
4. Colin Firth, The King's Speech
5. James Franco, 127 Hours

Best Lead Performance, Female
1. Jennifer Lawrence, Winter's Bone 
2. Natalie Portman, Black Swan 
3. Kim Hye-ja, Mother 
4. Emma Stone, Easy A 
5. Patricia Clarkson, Cairo Time

Best Supporting Performance, Male
1. Geoffrey Rush, The King's Speech 
2. Bill Murray, Get Low 
3. Justin Timberlake, The Social Network 
4. Samuel L. Jackson, Mother and Child 
5. Alexander Siddig, Cairo Time

Best Supporting Performance, Female
1. Amy Adams, The Fighter 
2. Hailee Steinfeld, True Grit 
3. Greta Gerwig, Greenberg 
4. Chloe Grace Moretz, Kick-Ass 
5. Elle Fanning, Somewhere

Best Direction
1. David Fincher, The Social Network 
2. Joel and Ethan Coen, True Grit 
3. Olivier Assayas, Carlos 
4. Bong Joon-ho, Mother 
5. Martin Scorsese, Shutter Island 

Best Screenplay
1. Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network 
2. Joel and Ethan Coen, True Grit 
3. Michael Arndt, Toy Story 3 
4. Bong Joon-ho and Park Eun-kyo, Mother 
5. Andres Heinz, Mark Heyman and John McLaughlin, Black Swan

Best Cinematography
1. Jeff Cronenweth, The Social Network 
2. Roger Deakins, True Grit 
3. Robert Richardson, Shutter Island 
4. Greig Fraser, Let Me In 
5. Harris Savides, Greenberg

Best Editing 
1. Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall, The Social Network 
2. Lee Smith, Inception 
3. Andrew Bird, Soul Kitchen 
4. Andrew Weisblum, Black Swan 
5. Moon Sae-kyoung, Mother 

Best Music
1. Pharrell Williams and Heitor Pereira, Despicable Me 
2. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, The Social Network 
3. compilation, Soul Kitchen 
4. compilation, Carlos 
5. Daft Punk, Tron: Legacy 

Best Cinematic Moment
2. The tsunami - Hereafter 
4. Helen Mirren and a machine gun - RED 

Best Cinematic Breakthrough
1. Jennifer Lawrence, Winter's Bone 
2. Chloe Grace Moretz, Kick-Ass and Let Me In 
3. Fatih Akin, Soul Kitchen 
4. Emma Stone, Easy A 
5. Justin Timberlake, The Social Network

Best Body of Work
1. Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right and Chloe) (y'all know what I'm talking about!) 
2. Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine and Shutter Island)
3. Rebecca Hall (Red Riding: 1974, Please Give and The Town)
4. Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right and Mother and Child)
5. Harris Savides (Greenberg and Somewhere)

Best Ensemble Performance
1. The Social Network 
2. Carlos  
3. True Grit
4. Another Year 
5. Soul Kitchen

Best Web-Based Criticism

10th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 2000
1. In the Mood for Love 
2. State and Main
3. The Filth and the Fury 
4. The Emperor's New Groove 
5. Requiem for a Dream

25th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1985
1. Back to the Future 
2. Brazil 
3. Pee-Wee's Big Adventure 
4. Lost in America 
5. After Hours

50th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1960
1. Psycho 
2. The Apartment 
3. La Dolce Vita 
4. Breathless 
5. The Little Shop of Horrors

Special Award: Best Film of the 1950s
1. Touch of Evil
2. Vertigo
3. Rashomon
4. The Killing
5. Ace in the Hole 
6. Rear Window 
7. Rififi 
8. Sweet Smell of Success 
9. The Day the Earth Stood Still 
10. Rio Bravo

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