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The Hurt Locker was named best film of 2009 by the Los Angeles Film Critics
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The Hurt Locker was named best film of 2009 by the Los Angeles Film Critics

The Hurt Locker captured one of the first ‘best of’ awards – nabbing the top prize from the LA Film Critics. It’s a great film, which will be hurt as Oscar time by the lack of box office success.

The gritty Iraq war drama “The Hurt Locker” was named best film of 2009 by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. this afternoon. The film’s director, Kathryn Bigelow, won for best director. The runner-up in the best film category was the comedy-drama “Up in the Air,” and Michael Haneke was the best director runner-up for “The White Ribbon.” Jeff Bridges was named best actor for his performance as Bad Blake, a hard-living, washed-up country singer in “Crazy Heart.” Colin Firth was runner-up for “A Single Man.” Yolande Moreau earned best actress honors in “Séraphine,” as Séraphine Louis, a devout housekeeper who was a self-taught painter. Carey Mulligan was runner-up for “An Education.” – From LA Times



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