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'Gravity,' 'Her' tie for LA Film Critics top honor

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This publicity photo released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Sandra Bullock, left, as Dr. Ryan Stone and George Clooney as Matt Kowalsky in "Gravity." The space odyssey "Gravity" and the futuristic romance "Her" have tied for best picture from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. The LA critics announced their picks Sunday with voting culminating in a tie for the group's top honor. "Gravity" led with a total of four awards, including picks for best directing, best editing and best cinematography.

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This undated file image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from "Her." The space odyssey "Gravity" and the futuristic romance "Her" have tied for best picture from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. The LA critics announced their picks Sunday, with voting culminating in a tie for the groupís top honor. Spike Jonze's "Her" also won best production design for K.K. Barrettís sleek, near-future designs.

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association split between the space odyssey "Gravity" and the futuristic romance "Her," lending no more certainty to an awards season that's so far been full of contenders. The two films shared best picture in the awards announced Sunday by the L.A. critics, but "Gravity" was the top award-winner. The innovatively made, lost-in-space drama won for best director (Alfonso Cuaron), best editing (Cuaron and Mark Sanger) and best cinematography (Emmanuel Lubezki).
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    • This publicity photo released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Sandra Bullock, left, as Dr. Ryan Stone and George Clooney as Matt Kowalsky in “Gravity.” The space odyssey “Gravity” and the futuristic romance “Her” have tied for best picture from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. The LA critics announced their picks Sunday with voting culminating in a tie for the group’s top honor. “Gravity” led with a total of four awards, including picks for best directing, best editing and best cinematography.
    •  This undated file image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from “Her.” The space odyssey “Gravity” and the futuristic romance “Her” have tied for best picture from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. The LA critics announced their picks Sunday, with voting culminating in a tie for the groupís top honor. Spike Jonze’s “Her” also won best production design for K.K. Barrettís sleek, near-future designs.
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