The Las Vegas Film Critics Society’s 2010 Awards

2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2012 | 2013

Best Picture
The Social Network

Best Director
David Fincher – Social Network

Best Actor
James Franco – 127 Hours

Best Actress
Natalie Portman – Black Swan

Best Supporting Actor
Christian Bale – The Fighter

Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams – The Fighter

Best Screenplay
The Social Network

Best Cinematography
Inception

Best Film Editing
Inception

Best Score
The Social Network

Best Song
Tangled

Best Family Film
Toy Story 3

Best Documentary
Waiting For Superman

Best Animated Film
Toy Story 3 

Best Foreign Film
Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Best Costume
Alice in Wonderland

Best Art Direction
Black Swan

Best Visual Effects
Inception

Youth in Film
Hailee Steinfeld – True Grit

Best DVD
Alien Anthology

William Holden Lifetime Achievement Award
Thelma Schoonmaker

Top Ten Films of 2010
1. The Social Network
2. Inception
3. Black Swan
4. 127 Hours
5. The King’s Speech
6. The Fighter
7. True Grit
8. Winter’s Bone
9. The Town
10. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

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