Daniel Day-Lewis Wins Big At LA Film Critic’s Choice Awards

January 14th, 2008 // 1 Comment

The LA Film Critic’s Choice Awards were held this weekend, despite award shows being fairly unpopular due to the ongoing writer’s strike. Daniel Day-Lewis won best actor for his turn in “There Will Be Blood”. I caught that flick, and he acts THE MESS out of that film. I don’t know if it’s the epic everyone wants it to be, but he’s amazing as crazy, greedy, people-hating, intense oil baron guy. Yeah, Roger Ebert I ain’t. Marion Cotillard won for “La Vie En Rose”, which I haven’t seen yet but everyone’s pretty moist over it. The boyfriend did, and he bought the soundtrack and now my apartment is filled with Edith Piaf or Dominique the Singing Nun or whoever she plays. Does anyone have a sleep sofa I can hang out on until he tires of it?

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14 more photos from the LA Critic’s Awards featuring Marion Cotillard, Sidney Lumet, Daniel Day Lewis, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Tate Donovan are after the jump.

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By J. Harvey
  1. Nanc'

    How many of us (Americans) had ever even heard of “La Vie En Rose” much less seen it? I was disappointed that it won BUT I guess someone did their job ’cause now, I might have to rent it.

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