The race toward Oscar continues!!

Social Network named top film by online critics
The Social Network earned further kudos on Monday, with the Online Film Critics Society naming the Facebook tale the best picture of 2010.
Starring Jesse Eisenberg as Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, the movie is among several frontrunners that have been winning wide acclaim during the awards season leading up to this year’s Oscars gala in February.
The drama, based on Ben Mezrich’s book exploring the founding of the ubiquitous social media site, also earned best director and best adapted screenplay honours for David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin, respectively.
For its acting categories, the OFCS recognized some of the favoured performances of the season, including Colin Firth’s turn as a stuttering King George VI in The King’s Speech (best actor) and Natalie Portman’s deterioriating ballerina in Black Swan (best actress).
Supporting kudos went to Christian Bale for The Fighter, and newcomer Hailee Steinfield for True Grit. The Coen Brothers’ remake of the John Wayne western also earned the society’s cinematography honour for Rogers Deakins.
Mind-bending thriller Inception scored a pair of awards: best original screenplay for filmmaker Christopher Nolan and best editing for Lee Smith.
Other winners included:
Best documentary: Exit Through the Gift Shop
Best animated feature: Toy Story 3
Best foreign language film: Mother (South Korea)
Founded in 1997, the OFCS is an internet-based group of more than 100 professional, international writers who publish film journalism and criticism.