BFCA Critics’ Choice Roundup
One of several blunt instruments we can use to pound out a sense of what’s percolating up to the top tier of the year in film. If you need a reminder than these scores don’t always translate into actual awards heat, bear in mind that Me and Orson Welles has a BFCA score of 100 — and the Critics Choice voters themselves didn’t even chose it as one of their Best Picture nominees that year.
I’m sure I’m forgetting a few titles. We’ll update periodically if scores change and whenever new significant titles emerge. (Full chart after the cut).
UPDATES 11-4: Nebraska 93/100… Wadjda 87/100… The Hunt 86/100.