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'The Hurt Locker' dominates the National Society of Film Critics ceremony on January 3 as it lands awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor.
The year of 2009 comes to a close as 'Paranormal Activity' became a phenomenon, rights to 'Terminator' franchise was put up for auction, and 'Up in the Air' won critics' hearts.
The Kathryn Bigelow-directed flick won Best Picture prize in addition to four other kudos that were garnered by the movie at the annual awards event.
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Leading the pack with four kudos was 'The Hurt Locker', which was chosen as the winner in Best Motion Picture (Drama) category.
In addition to the Best Picture prize, the Kathryn Bigelow's action drama also grabbed four other gongs, making it a big winner at the 2009 Sierra Awards.
In the wake of brewing reports that his wife Elin Nordegren is leaving him for her native Sweden alongside their children, Woods reportedly is planning to move to France for some private time.
Leading the pack are 'Up in the Air' and 'Where the Wild Things Are' which grab six nominations each and will be up against each other in three categories.
Leading the pack with ten nominations each are star-studded musical drama 'Nine' and Brad Pitt-starring drama action movie 'Inglourious Basterds'.
The list extends from the critically-praised 'The Hurt Locker' to the Emmys-voters snubbed 'True Blood'.
The Jason Reitman-directed film takes home four kudos, including Best Film and Best Adapted Screenplay awards.