Critics' Choice Awards 2018: 'Shape of Water,' 'Big Little Lies' win big!

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The music did have one fan, though, in director Guillermo del Toro, "This music is very nice". The stars turned up at the Critics' Choice Awards decked in a rainbow of colors and sparkle. He's a character, with the profile of Hitchcock and the passion of Tarantino. And he's a master filmmaker, which even people who aren't enamored with his film readily acknowledge.

The Big Sick won the award for Best Comedy Movie.

In her speech, the 50-year-old-actress added, "I love being an actor".

"And the critics choice for the best picture goes to The Shape of Water". But it certainly appears to be on shaky ground.

Meanwhile, actor James Franco won the Best Actor in a Comedy for his role in The Disaster Artist, but skipped the Critics' Choice Awards ceremony because of the sexual misconduct allegations on the actor.

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"This Is Us" star Chris Sullivan said he thought the #WhyWeWearBlack movement at the Golden Globes was "incredible", and hopes to see more statements like it in the future. While Oscar voting has continued after the publication of that piece, I'm skeptical that a significant number of voters have encountered or processed the news, or that a significant number of those who have will change their voting plans as a result. The movie also won the Best Acting Ensemble.

'I want to share this award with all the women and men who stand for what's right, for those who can't stand of speak for themselves.

Gal was presented with the award by her "Wonder Woman" director, Patty Jenkins, and she kicked off her speech by praising the work of female filmmakers, but admitted there is still "a long way to go" for gender equality in Hollywood.

While actors and actresses did not black out the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet as they did at Sunday's Golden Globes, the Time's Up and #WhyWeWearBlack message carried over to Thursday's show.

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