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2009 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards

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(500) Days of Summer

$11.95 | 95 minutes

Best Screenplay – Scott Neustadter

500 Days Of Summer is a HIGH FIDELITY and ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND. 500 Days Of Summer sheds a linear plot in favor of a memory-driven look at a failed romance. Joseph Gordon-Levitt (BRICK) stars as Tom, a greeting-card writer who dreams of becoming&hellip…

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2004 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Pauline Kael Breakout Award

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through&hellip…

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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2002 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actor

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution of a black&hellip…

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1999 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards

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Buffalo '66

$10.95 | 111 minutes

Best Supporting Actress

An electric directorial debut (seven years in the making) by New York artist/musician/model/actor Vincent Gallo, BUFFALO '66 combines the experimental techniques of the French New Wave and the realistic grit of seventies filmmakers such as John Cassavetes, resulting in something inventive and original&hellip…

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