Friday, December 05, 2014

'Vice' Makes National Board of Review's Top 10; PTA Wins Best Adapted Screenplay

Looks like the awards race for 2014 is officially underway, with The National Board of Review recognizing its favorite films of the year today. And guess who made the cut.

The Top 10 Motion Pictures of 2014 as voted by The National Board of Review, in alphabetical order, are....

American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood
Birdman, directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu 
Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater
Fury, directed by David Ayer
Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher
The Imitation Game, directed by Morten Tyldum
Inherent Vice, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
The Lego Movie, directed by Phil Lord & Christopher Miller
Nightcrawler, directed by Dan Gilroy
Unbroken, directed by Angelina Jolie 

To make the good news even sweeter, PTA also scored an award for Best Adapted Screenplay for his work bringing Thomas Pynchon's book to the screen. PTA is no stranger to NBR recognition in the past, with both Boogie Nights and Magnolia getting some love in their respective years.

In other news, Josh Brolin sat down for a 40 minute interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air in support of Inherent Vice. The interview opens with an audio clip of one of Brolin's scenes in the movie, as well as other tiny details of the film sprinkled throughout, so, as always, listen at your own discretion.

What's more, full scans of the promotional booklet distributed at Vice's NYFF and AFi Fest premiere have found their way online, so we'll post them for you here.

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