The National Board of Review has just unveiled their picks for best film achievements of 2012 and Zero Dark Thirty strikes again with another Best Picture win merely two days after it won the same honor from The New York Film Critics Circle. Kathryn Bigelow also takes her second victory as Best Director. Jessica Chastain, who has been receiving quite a lot of buzz for her performance in the film, has scored her first Best Actress win.
Silver Linings Playbook also received some attention, taking Best Actor for Bradley Cooper’s excellent performance, as well as Best Adapted Screenplay for David O. Russell. The film also was named as one of the additional Top Ten of the Year.
A few unexpected wins came in the Best Supporting Actor category, where Leonardo DiCaprio won for his performance in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, and in the Best Original Screenplay category, where Rian Johnson »
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