Awards Leaderboard 2013

Who's taking home the most trophies this year?

Awards Leaderboard
As the awards season heats up, we're going to keep track of the total amount of awards each movie has won so far. That way, when you're arguing about the best movies of the year, you can back your points up with statistics! (Note: This only works if you're arguing over movies with lots of awards.)



Zero Dark Thirty

93%
27 wins

Lincoln

90%
25 wins

Amour

93%
21 wins

Argo

96%
20 wins

The Master

85%
20 wins

Life of Pi

87%
18 wins

Silver Linings Playbook

92%
18 wins

Les Misérables

70%
17 wins

Beasts of the Southern Wild

86%
13 wins

Skyfall

92%
12 wins

Django Unchained

88%
9 wins

Searching for Sugar Man

95%
7 wins

Moonrise Kingdom

94%
6 wins

Anna Karenina

63%
5 wins

Looper

93%
5 wins

ParaNorman

87%
5 wins

Berberian Sound Studio

83%
4 wins
  • BIFA - Best Director
  • BIFA - Best Actor
  • BIFA - Best Technical Achievement
  • BIFA - Best Achievement In Production

How to Survive a Plague

99%
4 wins

The Hunger Games

84%
4 wins

Brave

78%
3 wins

Frankenweenie

87%
3 wins

Magic Mike

80%
3 wins

The Imposter

95%
3 wins
  • BAFTA - Outstanding Debut
  • BIFA - The Douglas Hickox Award
  • BIFA - Best Documentary

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

85%
3 wins

The Sessions

94%
3 wins

Wreck-It Ralph

86%
3 wins

Bernie

90%
2 wins

Broken

63%
2 wins
  • BIFA - Best British Independent Film
  • BIFA - Supporting Actor

Bully

85%
2 wins

Cloud Atlas

66%
2 wins

Holy Motors

91%
2 wins
  • LAFCA - Best Foreign-Language Film
  • TFCA - Best Actor

Marvel's The Avengers

92%
2 wins

Middle of Nowhere

88%
2 win

The Central Park Five

93%
2 wins
  • NBR - NBR Freedom of Expression Award
  • NYFCC - Best Non-Fiction

The Deep Blue Sea

79%
2 wins

The Gatekeepers

93%
2 wins
  • LAFCA - Best Documentary/Non-Fiction Film
  • NSFC - Best Nonfiction

The Invisible War

98%
3 wins

The Waiting Room

100%
2 wins
  • SFFCC - Best Documentary
  • SFFCC - Marlon Riggs Award

This Is Not a Film

98%
2 wins

An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

78%
1 win

Beyond the Black Rainbow

48%
1 win
  • TFCA - Best First Feature

Compliance

89%
1 win
  • NBR - Supporting Actress

Coriolanus

93%
1 win

Curfew

N/A
1 win

Girl Walk // All Day

——
1 win
  • SFFCC - Special Citation

Hyde Park on Hudson

36%
1 win
  • BIFA - Supporting Actress

Inocente

——
1 win

Killer Joe

78%
1 win
  • TFCA - Supporting Actress

Leviathan

84%
1 win
  • LAFCA - The Douglas Edwards Experimental/Independet Film/Video Award

My Brother the Devil

89%
1 win
  • BIFA - Most Promising Newcomer

Paperman

N/A
1 win

Prometheus

73%
1 win

Promised Land

52%
1 win
  • NBR - NBR Freedom of Expression Award

Safety Not Guaranteed

91%
1 win

Seven Psychopaths

83%
1 win

Shadow Dancer

82%
1 win
  • BIFA - Best Actress

Sightseers

85%
1 win
  • BIFA - Best Screenplay

Stories We Tell

95%
1 win
  • TFCA - Allan King Documentary Award

Strings

N/A
1 win
  • BIFA - The Raindance Award

Swimmer

——
1 win

Ted

68%
1 win

The Hunt

93%
1 win
  • BIFA - Best International Independent Film

The Impossible

81%
1 win
  • NBR - Breakthrough Actor

The Sapphires

91%
1 win

Volume

N/A
1 win

Your Sister's Sister

83%
1 win

Comments

Fherp7.15

Fernando José Gómez Hernández

This is final, Zero Dark Thirty will win the Oscar and the BAFTA Awards

Dec 17 - 02:22 PM

Zach Thomas

Zach Idiculla

Nope, not quite!

Jan 13 - 09:01 PM

Pedro Moreira

Pedro Moreira

My bets are still in Argo

Jan 28 - 06:21 PM

Miguel M.

Miguel Mayorga

I think that should win but knowing the persons who vote it is going to win Lincoln or Argo

Feb 7 - 09:17 AM

Zach Thomas

Zach Idiculla

Yep, Argo wins, not ZDT :P

Feb 24 - 10:45 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

This is as good a list as any for the most significant films this year.

BTW, does anyone know anything about "Leviathan"?

Dec 17 - 02:55 PM

Jason Lalljee

Jason Lalljee

Les Miz might sweep a la The King's Speech- right now, ZDT's dominating and SLP and Lincoln might run out of steam before we get to the guilds, in which case Les Miz could pull it off.

Dec 17 - 03:11 PM

Zach Thomas

Zach Idiculla

Not with 75% it won't.

Dec 17 - 06:50 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

No it won't. The field is too strong this year. Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, and Lincoln are ALL historical and ALL recieving wider critical acclaim. If it means anything, general audiences seemed to like Argo a lot too. Les Miserables doesn't look like anything special, but my opinion might change after actually seeing it. Anne Hathaway is supposed to be amazing in it. We shall see.

Dec 18 - 02:41 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Yeah, I found that strange since what I remember of Les Mis Hathaways role isn't the most robust. Maybe she pulled a Judy Dench where she's only in it for 5 minutes, but makes a huge impact.

Dec 18 - 02:16 PM

Dick Travis

Mick Travis

ZDT is not historical, but propaganda trying to pass itself as history. Don't buy into the bullshit, please!

Feb 25 - 02:29 PM

Colin Behnke

Colin Behnke

I have a feeling you haven't seen the movie. Calling ZDT propaganda is just hilarious, honestly it paints America in a worse light then just about any movie out there.

Feb 26 - 05:34 PM

Zuriel Castillo

Zuriel Castillo

I really doubt this. I feel like Les Mis is already losing steam. The reviews are out and the hype is fading because of them, much like The Hobbit. It'll get a Best Pic nod, and a few acting nods, possibly a win for anne hathaway.

ZDT, has a good release date...as opposed to Argo (I think critics are forgetting it). I think the comebacks may be the master and beast of the southern wild.

Dec 18 - 09:21 AM

Winthrop_Eagle

R. M. Wicklund

I'm not seeing Chicago Film Critics, Indiana Film Journalist, LVFCA, African-American Film Critics, Southeastern Film Critics, KCFCA, or St. Louis Film Critics.

Dec 17 - 05:19 PM

Tristin Breakfield

Tristin Breakfield

I know this sounds stupid, but where is Ted or 21 Jump Street. Those two movies are really surprising comedies. They should've been nominated for an award for best comedy, or actor (Mark Wahlberg), or something of that sort.

Dec 17 - 06:30 PM

Nick Wright

Nick Wright

LOL good one

Dec 29 - 11:03 PM

Zach Thomas

Zach Idiculla

Not with 75% it won't.

Dec 17 - 06:50 PM

Zach Thomas

Zach Idiculla

HOLD ON RT - How to Survive a Plague is definitely at 100%, and Moonrise Kingdom is at 94%. Above, it says the two movies are both at 88%, which is incorrect.

Dec 17 - 07:37 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Really didn't see the appeal of Franken-Weenie. One of the most boring movie's I saw all year.

Dec 17 - 07:51 PM

Ben Baker

Ben Baker

It's because it's claymation. Those movies always win stuff.

Dec 17 - 08:25 PM

Gage Kent

Gage Kent

Paranorman > Franken-Weenie. That is a fact.

Dec 18 - 02:41 AM

Ocram Immorto

Ocram Immorto

Wreck-It Ralph > All of the above. Glad to see they still make kid films like that : )

Feb 25 - 01:33 PM

Jet Tulawie

Jet Tulawie

I actually like the movie Franken-Weenie and Wreck It Ralph rather than the Pixar Movie Brave. I think it doesn't deserve an Academy.

Feb 26 - 01:30 AM

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