Boston’s Online Critics Mad For ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’; Film Takes Five Awards

The Boston Online Film Critics Association handed 5 tip awards to Mad Max: Fury Road, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay. Creed and Spotlight were also well-repped in a group’s line-up, though Max was clearly tops.

The online organisation was shaped in 2012 to commend journos operative in new media and inspire a wider operation of vicious voices, and this year’s awards choices positively did that. In further to Max holding tip film and executive (George Miller), a sci-fi actioner took best cinematography (John Seale), best modifying (Margaret Sixel) and best strange measure (Junkie XL).

In a behaving categories, Michael B. Jordan won best actor for Creed, Saoirse Ronan was best singer for Brooklyn, Sylvester Stallone best ancillary actor for Creed, and Kristen Stewart was best ancillary singer for Clouds of Sils Maria.

The Boston scribes gave hometown favorite Spotlight a curtsy for best behaving garb and best screenplay (Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer).

Other films clever in cyber Boston: Son of Saul (best unfamiliar denunciation film); Amy (best documentary); and Inside Out (best charcterised film).

Awards were comparison around a complement of online voting. The association’s website, bofca.com, will tell members’ particular ballots someday subsequent week to give readers an inside look during how decisions were made.

Here’s a group’s Top 10 Films of 2015:

  1. Mad Max: Fury Road
  2. Creed
  3. Brooklyn
  4. Carol
  5. Spotlight
  6. Clouds of Sils Maria
  7. Bridge of Spies
  8. The Martian
  9. Anomalisa
  10. Tangerine

 

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