Critics' Choice Awards Best Picture: Which movie should win?
The U.S. box office reached $10 billion this year in record time, and with a lineup as critically acclaimed and competitive as the Critics' Choice Award nominations for Best Picture, it's not difficult to see why 2016 was such a great year for movies.
The Critics' Choice Awards, presented in partnership with Entertainment Weekly, will air this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, and we want to know your picks for which film should win Best Picture at this years' ceremony.
The nominees include several big-name pictures, such as Damien Chazelle's L.A. musical La La Land, which nabbed a whopping 12 nominations, as well as Moonlight and Arrival, which each scored 10 nominations. The moving family drama Manchester by the Sea is also nominated, as well as Denzel Washington's upcoming Fences, Tom Hank's Sully, and Loving, the drama about interracial love in the '60s. Garth Davis' Lion, David Mackenzie's Hell or High Water, and the World War II drama Hacksaw Ridge also scored Best Picture nominations.
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