‘The Irishman’ Named Best Film By National Board Of Review, Quentin Tarantino Wins Best Director

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‘The Irishman’ Named Best Film By National Board Of Review, Quentin Tarantino Wins Best Director
The National Board of Review named Martin Scorsese’s 3 1/2 hour $200M Netflix gangster epic The Irishman as best movie of the year. The win marks the first major win for the pic this season to date outside of Scorsese’s upcoming Palm Springs and Santa Barbara Film Festival honors.

In addition, the 110-year old org also lauded Quentin Tarantino with best director for his love letter to 1969 Los Angeles, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, another first win for that movie this season as well. Also on a streak here after noms at the Independent Spirit Awards and last night’s Gotham Awards is Adam Sandler for A24’s crime thriller Uncut Gems. Renee Zellweger wins another best actress trophy for her turn as Judy Garland in Roadside Attractions’ Judy following a win at the British Independent Film Awards, and a best female lead nod from Indie Spirits.

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