Tag Archives: National Board of Review of Motion Pictures

“A Most Violent Year” wins Best Picture from the National Board of Review

Moments ago (and after keeping us on the edges of our respective seats all morning/afternoon) the National Board of Review unveiled their 2014 award winners, marking another early juncture in the precursor season. After shocking a lot of people, including myself, by giving their top prize last year to Spike[...]

George Clooney Gets Best Actor Award at NBR

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: George Clooney–everyone loves him, especially the fan group National Board of Review. At their $600 a ticket dinner tonight they’re giving Clooney his third award in five years, this time for “The Descendants.” The NBR is a cabal run by a woman named Annie Schulhof, who essentially[...]

National Board of Review goes with “Hugo,” Scorsese – AWARDS ALLEY

By Sean O’Connell hollywoodnews.com: Traditionally, the National Board of Reviews prides itself on being one of the first organizations to announce its year-end film awards, celebrating the finest cinematic outputs of the previous 12 months. This year, in a desperate attempt to be first (with little value to show for it),[...]

NY Film Critics will vote early on November 28th

HollywoodNews.com: The New York Film Critics Circle will announce their winners on November 28th. The move is designed to beat the god awful National Board of Review, which will announce their phoney baloney nominations on December 1st. The NY Film Critics are actual critics. The NBR is a cabal of[...]

Up In the Air wins Board of Review

“Up In The Air” took home the honors for best film and best adapted screenplay from the National Board of Review who is mostly comprised of academics and filmmakers . Other winners were Clint Eastwood for Best Director, Carey Mulligan for Best Actress, and George Clooney and Morgan Freeman sharing[...]