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African American Film Critics go with “The Social Network”

December 13, 2010 Leave a comment

I had to post this cause it was just too much fun. The African-American Film Critics Association have chosen “The Social Network” as the best film of the year.

For them to go with a film like this is a pretty big thing, I don’t think there is a single African-American in the entire course of the film. And this isn’t just a stereotyping post. This is an organization that almost always goes for racially-driven, or at least primarily African-American-themed films, such as “Precious,” “The Great Debaters,” “Dreamgirls,” “Crash” and “Ray.”

Other winners include Mark Wahlberg for Best Actor in “The Fighter” and Halle Berry for Best Actress in “Frankie and Alice.”

Read about the rest of the winners at The Envelope