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National Board of Review Winner's List 2014: 'Most Violent Year,' Julianne Moore, & More Get Top Honors!

National Board of Review Winner's List 2014: 'Most Violent Year,' Julianne Moore, & More Get Top Honors!

The National Board of Review has just released its winners list for the films of 2014!

A Most Violent Year got lots of recognition – it won Best Film, Best Supporting Actress for Jessica Chastain, and Best Actor for Oscar Isaac (and a tie with Michael Keaton for Birdman)!

Other films and talent recognized were Birdman, Julianne Moore for Still Alice, American Sniper, Jack O’Connell for Unbroken, and more!

Often times, the earlier awards given out to movies can be clues as to who will get nominated and win Oscars in the upcoming award season. Exciting!

Click inside for the complete winner’s list from the National Board of Review…

Best Film:
“A Most Violent Year”

Best Director:
Clint Eastwood – “American Sniper”

Best Actor (TIE):
Oscar Isaac – “A Most Violent Year;” Michael Keaton – “Birdman”

Best Actress:
Julianne Moore – “Still Alice”

Best Supporting Actor:
Edward Norton – “Birdman”

Best Supporting Actress:
Jessica Chastain – “A Most Violent Year”

Best Original Screenplay:
Phil Lord & Christopher Miller – “The Lego Movie”

Best Adapted Screenplay:
Paul Thomas Anderson – “Inherent Vice”

Best Animated Feature:
“How to Train Your Dragon 2″

Breakthrough Performance:
Jack O’Connell – “Starred Up” & “Unbroken”

Best Directorial Debut:
Gillian Robespierre – “Obvious Child”

Best Foreign Language Film:
“Wild Tales”

Best Documentary:
“Life Itself”

William K. Everson Film History Award:
Scott Eyman

Best Ensemble:

Spotlight Award:
Chris Rock for writing, directing, and starring in – “Top Five”

NBR Freedom of Expression Award:

NBR Freedom of Expression Award:

Top Films
“American Sniper ”
“Birdman ”
“Boyhood ”
“Fury ”
“Gone Girl ”
“The Imitation Game ”
“Inherent Vice ”
“The Lego Movie ”
“Nightcrawler ”
“Unbroken ”

Top 5 Foreign Language Films
“Force Majeure ”
“Gett: The Trial of Vivian Amsalem ”
“Leviathan ”
“Two Days, One Night ”
“We Are the Best! ”

Top 5 Documentaries
“Art and Craft ”
“Jodorowsky’s Dune ”
“Keep On Keepin’ On ”
“The Kill Team ”
“Last Days in Vietnam ”

Top 10 Independent Films
“Blue Ruin ”
“Locke ”
“A Most Wanted Man ”
“Mr. Turner ”
“Obvious Child ”
“The Skeleton Twins ”
“Snowpiercer ”
“Stand Clear of the Closing Doors ”
“Starred Up ”
“Still Alice “

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  • Myskina

    No Jolie LOOL

  • Stergios

    Glad to watch A Most Violent Year and the fantastic Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain win. Well deserved! I hope the latter ends up scoring a ridiculously overdue first Oscar win. Speaking of overdue, I’m happy the great Julianne Moore scored a deserved win for her oustanding performance in Still Alice but I’d be even more happy to watch the insuperable Marion Cotillard winning for her phenomenal performance as a blue-collar worker named Sandra Bya, who struggles with mental illness and the possibility of losing her job at the same time in the heartbreaking Two Days, One Night, easily the greatest female performance of the year. No other female performance in a leading role can come close to hers this year (and the second one would actually be her own unforgettable portrayal of Polish √©migr√© who is forced into prostitution in ’20s New York Ewa Cybulska in The Immigrant, so that says a lot).

  • TeamBella76

    The most important award shows have yet to happen but congrats to them !