1. Movie Critics Have Had Their Say About 2014's Best Films, So Now We Can Go Back To Ignoring Them Again
Downtrodden film pundits—who spend 364 days a year having their fine cinematic recommendations ignored while the newest Michael Bay rakes in hundreds of millions of dollars —were briefly treated as though their opinions had weight last night as Boyhood, Michael Keaton and Julianne Moore received Critics Choice Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress before an audience of people who felt obligated to be in attendance.
Actress, to me, during awards season: "I'm counting the days until I can stop being nice. Put 'jokingly' if you print that. But I mean it."
— Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) January 11, 2015