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'Social Network' Is Best Picture, 'Inception' Takes Most at 16th Critics' Choice Movie Awards

January 15, 2011 (4:38 am) GMT
The movie about the making of Facebook is deemed the best overall picture while the movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio is honored for its visual effects and cinematography.

The winners of the 16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards have been fully unveiled at the Friday, January 14 ceremony. Although "" was the movie which walked away with the most nods, it was "" which claimed the coveted prize.

The movie starring as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg won the Best Picture category which was populated by "" as well. The pic also took three other trophies in the categories Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Score for the title track made by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

In the meantime, "Inception" went home with five wins including Best Cinematography and Best Visual Effects. Triumphant in the supporting acting categories are "" actor and actress and . For the leading actor and actress, from "" and from "" came out victorious.

Portman's trophy was the only one for "Black Swan". It headed into the ceremony with a record 12 nominations but lost eleven of them.

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