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‘Argo’ won the Oscar for Best Picture. Warner Bros. Pictures, 2012.

On Feb. 24, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its awards for last year’s best achievements in film. Here are the Oscar winners, along with their reviews and ratings, as published by ReminderNews upon their release:

Argo Best Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Film Editing. “Tense, terrific ‘Argo’ is thriller and history lesson in one.” 4/5

Brave Best Animated Feature. “‘Brave’ teaches a traditional lesson with a modern character.” 4/5

Les Misérables Best Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway), Sound Mixing, Makeup and Hairstyling. “Epic, emotional ‘Les Misérables’ showcases powerful performances.” 5/5

Life of PiBest Director (Ang Lee), Original Score, Cinematography, Visual Effects. “Challenging subtext makes ‘Life of Pi’ unique and unconventional.” 4/5

Lincoln Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), Production Design. “Day-Lewis brings ‘Lincoln’ to life in Spielberg’s inspiring bio-drama.” 5/5

Silver Linings Playbook Best Actress (Jennifer Lawrence). “Acting in ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ surprises, but ending feels flat.” 4/5

SkyfallBest Original Song, Sound Editing (tie). “‘Skyfall’ is James Bond at his most accessible and nostalgic." 4/5

Zero Dark ThirtyBest Sound Editing (tie). “‘Zero Dark Thirty’ dramatizes CIA, SEALs in thrilling fashion.” 5/5

 

Other winners:

Amour Best Foreign Language Film

Anna Karenina Best Costume Design

Django Unchained Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz), Original Screenplay

Searching for Sugar ManBest Documentary Feature

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