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Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" leads all films in nominations for the Critics Choice Movie Awards, setting a new record by picking up 13 noms to top "Les Miserables" by two and "Silver Linings Playbook" by three, the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced on Tuesday. Of course, records are relative at the Ccma, which  in recent years has increased the number of categories and also gone to six rather than five nominees in most of the marquee categories, providing more opportunities for nominations than at any other time in the show's 18-year history. "Lincoln" »


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