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Two film critics' association announce their picks on best 2012 movie

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No surprises here. Like other cities, the Chicago Film Critics awarded Zero Dark Thirty it's best picture for 2012.

The Chicago Film Critics also gave four other annual awards to the film.

The full list of winners is available here.

Meanwhile, the U.S. film critics' had a different take on which was the best film.

"Amour," European director Michael Haneke's sensitive depiction of an aging couple's battle with declining health, was named the year's best film by the National Society of Film Critics on Saturday, with star Emmanuelle Riva winning best actress and Haneke taking the prize for best director.

"Amour" is Austria's official submission for the best foreign language film category.

Read more here.

[Source: Reuters]

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