10th Critics' Choice Awards

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The 10th Critics' Choice Awards given by the Broadcast Film Critics Association on 10 January 2005 honored the finest achievements in 2004 filmmaking.

Top 10 Films

(in alphabetical order)

  1. The Aviator
  2. Collateral
  3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  4. Finding Neverland
  5. Hotel Rwanda
  6. Kinsey
  7. Million Dollar Baby (Academy Award for Best Picture)
  8. The Phantom of the Opera
  9. Ray
  10. Sideways

Winners and nominees

Best Actor

Jamie Foxx - Ray

Best Actress

Hilary Swank - Million Dollar Baby

Best Animated Film

The Incredibles

Best Cast

Sideways

Best Composer

Howard Shore - The Aviator

Best Director

Martin Scorsese - The Aviator

Best Documentary Film

Fahrenheit 9/11

Best Film

Sideways

Best Film - Family (Live Action)

Finding Neverland

Best Film - Popular

Spider-Man 2

Best Foreign Language Film

The Sea Inside (Mar adentro)Spain

Best Song

"Old Habits Die Hard" performed by Mick Jagger - Alfie

Best Soundtrack

"Ray"

Best Supporting Actor

Thomas Haden Church - Sideways

Best Supporting Actress

Virginia Madsen - Sideways

Best Young Actor

Freddie Highmore - Finding Neverland

Best Young Actress

Emmy Rossum - The Phantom of the Opera

Best Writer (Best Screenplay)

Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor - Sideways

Awards breakdown

5 / 8 Sideways: Best Cast, Film, Supporting Actor and Actress & Writer
2 / 4 Ray: Best Actor & Soundtrack
2 / 6 The Aviator: Best Composer & Director
2 / 7 Finding Neverland: Best Family Film & Young Actor
1 / 1 Fahrenheit 9/11: Best Documentary Film
1 / 2 Alfie: Best Song
1 / 2 The Phantom of the Opera: Best Young Actress
1 / 2 The Sea Inside (Mar adentro): Best Foreign Language Film
1 / 2 Spider-Man 2: Best Popular Film
1 / 3 The Incredibles: Best Animated Film
1 / 4 Million Dollar Baby: Best Actress
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