I vote for these, even if I didn’t get to see quite as much as I would like, but I felt pretty confident I wouldn’t change much come February when I write up my year end list. For now this will have to hold you over till then as to where I fall, and I will say I don’t agree with most of these picks; though many are close.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE INTERNET FILM CRITIC SOCIETY ANNOUNCES 2011 AWARDS
The IFCS Releases List of Winners for the Fifth Consecutive Year, Honoring Both Big Budget Films and Independent Masterpieces
Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life Takes Top Prize
Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris Honored with Best Comedy Award
LOS ANGELES, CA (January 1st, 2012) – The Internet Film Critic Society announced the winners of their 5th Annual Movie Awards, giving the top honor (Best Drama) to Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life. Malick also won the Best Director prize. Other awards went to Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris (Best Comedy), Drive (Best Action Film), and Attack the Block (Best Horror or Science Fiction Film). George Clooney picked up the award for Best Actor for his performance in The Descendants and Rooney Mara won Best Actress for her role in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
The Fifth Annual Internet Film Critic Society Awards:
Best Drama: The Tree of Life
Best Comedy: Midnight in Paris
Best Horror or Science Fiction Film: Attack the Block
Best Action Film: Drive
Best Actor: George Clooney for The Descendants
Best Actress: Rooney Mara for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Best Director: Terrence Malick for The Tree of Life
Best Experimental Film: Bellflower
Most Underrated Film: Meek’s Cutoff
Worst Film of 2011: Jack and Jill
About the Internet Film Critic Society
The Internet Film Critic Society is an international association of online film critics and journalists. Our members provide expert opinions, analyses and criticisms on all forms of cinema, primarily or exclusively through online outlets. The IFCS is designed to stimulate awareness of the internet as a respectable and professional source of film critique and studies. The IFCS has given year-end awards for excellence in filmmaking annually since its founding in 2007. Additional information and previous awards can be seen at www.InternetFilmCritics.com.
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