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Critics Choice Awards 2011

January 15, 2011 by Post Team 

Critics Choice Awards 2011, Andrew Garfield Shipley & Halmos suits at the price of 2011 Critics’ Choice Movie Friday (Jan. 14) at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.

Within the ceremony, the actor of 27 years met with his social networking star Jesse Eisenberg.

Their blockbuster has won the most prestigious trophy of the night, the best movie!

“None of us could have foreseen the cultural impact the film had,” said Jesse on the red carpet.

After the show, Andrew and his girlfriend, Shannon Woodward, attended the celebration of the question W and Best Performance at the Golden Globes at the Chateau Marmont.

“The Fighter” has been accumulating nominations and wins this awards season. Friday (Jan. 14), it was voted best casting and Christian Bale took the best supporting actor at home ‘Choice Awards 2011 Critics.” In his speech, he thanked the family plenty of real life Boston on which the film is based. Later in the ceremony, Melissa Leo was voted best supporting actress and also thanked the Ward family.
Dick Eklund, the Bale character won the prize for the Critics Choice, is the pride of Boxing in Lowell, MA in 1970 and 1980. His most famous fight was against Sugar Ray Leonard in 1978, but his fame led to a spiral of crack addiction and prison.

Micky Ward (played by Mark Wahlberg) is Dick’s younger half-brother and training partner who took boxing to support his family after Dick went to jail. He found much success and also helped Dick redeem himself; Dick went on to coach Micky after he was released.

Alice Ward is the mother of 80 years – it is also the mother of their seven sisters. Alice was hospitalized Wednesday (Jan. 12) following a cardiac arrest. She stopped breathing for 30 minutes and was placed on a respirator, but his two sons, she has fought his way back and doing well.

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