"Up in the Air" and "An Education" have earned the Critics' Choice seal. This Critics' Choice distinction is given to new movies receiving a high Critics' Choice Ratings score in the weekly voting by the Broadcast Film Critics Association to which I'm a proud member!
"Up in the Air," from director Jason Reitman ("Juno") and starring George Clooney and Vera Farmiga, wowed audiences at the recently-held Toronto International Film Festival. The film is being touted as an Oscar contender! "Up in the Air" received a 99 rating from the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
Meanwhile "An Education" from director Lone Scherfig and writer Nick Hornby based on a memoir by Lynn Barber, received a rating of 94 from the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
The film is a coming-of-age story about a teenage girl in 1960s suburban London and actress Carey Mulligan is receiving much praise for her Oscar-worthy performance!
Congratulations to the filmmakers of "Up in the Air" and "An Education."
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