16 December 2013 by

Critics’ Choice Awards Nominations


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Critics' Choice Awards
The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) has announced the nominees for The 19th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. The winners will be announced live at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards ceremony on Thursday, January 16, 2014 from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. The show will be broadcast live on The CW Network at 8:00 PM ET/PT. Two hour pre-show coverage will also air in various local markets before the awards ceremony.

“The World’s End” has two Critic’ Choice Awards nominations! Congrats!

“The World’s End”

Simon Pegg – “The World’s End”

Source: criticschoice.com

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2 Responses to Critics’ Choice Awards Nominations

  1. stellie

    Hey Simon,

    dont know if you will or not read this, but just in case, I had to drop a line.
    I absolutely love the world’s end, I once fell in love with Shaun of the dead, so funny and unique, and then there was hot fuzz, just immense and these 2 films were my favourite. More recently I watched the world’s end and I wonder if that movie hasnt gone to number 1 in my list of best movies. there is everything in that film, it’s wonderfully funny, there are just oustanding lines every 2 seconds. And there’s real emotion, it doesnt shy away from ‘sad’ scenes as well. All the actors are fantastic, I just adore the team.
    There is so much to say about the world’s end, the opening is amasing, it’s full of energy and dynamic, the music is so cool and my gosh, how I love that very English feel the movie has, please never change. It is so refreshing.

    Ultimately my only real regret is to live in France (I am French btw) and not be aware of all the movies you have done/have been in… we dont hear so much about you in this country (sigh!!)
    You are a genius, Simon, I love you to bits.
    One last thing, before I go: I very much like your performance in the M:I movies, you bring with you that unique thing you have, and that really make a difference, I find the M:I films very good but I must say my favourite ones are the ones with you.


    P.S: dont know why I bring that up, because there are tons of EXCELLENT British shows on telly, but I highly recommend The wrong ManS (in case you havent watched it).
    I am sorry, it was more than a line, it was a rather long message…

    take care.

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