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Phoenix critics name ‘King’s Speech’ best pic

'Inception' led with most wins, including director

The Phoenix Film Critics Society has picked its bests of 2010, including best picture “The King’s Speech.”

“Inception” drew the most wins with eight, including director, original screenplay, original score and editing.

Acting kudos went to Natalie Portman (“Black Swan”), Colin Firth (“The King’s Speech”), Christian Bale (“The Fighter”), Melissa Leo (“The Fighter”) and the cast of “The Social Network.”

Other winners included “The Social Network” for adapted screenplay, “Alice in Wonderland” for live-action family film, “Never Let Me Go” for overlooked film, “Toy Story 3” for animated film, “Biutiful” for foreign film, “Restrepo” for docu and “True Grit” for cinematography.

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