"No Country for Old Men" was the big winner in Monday's voting for the 73rd annual New York Film Critics Circle awards, drawing the picture nod and three other prizes.
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On Sunday, the Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Assn. announced its selection of "No Country for Old Men" as best film of 2007.
"There Will Be Blood" was the top winner Sunday in annual kudos handed out by the New York Film Critics Online.
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The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. proved a bloodthirsty lot on Sunday, giving Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" four awards, including picture and director.
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