‘No Country for Old Men’ wins top prize from NY Film Critics

 

No Country for Old Men has its mojo back.

A day after being passed over for everything by the Los Angeles film critics, the Coen brothers thriller was named Best Picture and honored with three other awards on Monday by the New York Film Critics Circle.

Joel and Ethan Coen shared the Best Director and Best Screenplay prizes; Javier Bardem took Best Supporting Actor for his adroit coin-flipping.

Elsewhere, Julie Christie, a decade past her last Oscar nomination, was named Best Actress for the Alzheimer's drama Away from Her. Daniel Day-Lewis was tapped Best Actor for coveting oil in There Will Be Blood.

(Source: E! Online)


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