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2011 Movies for Grownups Awards

The King's Speech, Secretariat — which were the must-see films of the past year?

Best Grownup Love Story: Annette Bening and Julianne Moore, The Kids Are All Right

 

  
Directed by Lisa Cholodenko
Rated R
Runtime: 106 mins

If love stories are about people muddling through the thicket of commitment, re ­ calibrating their relationship as life throws its curve balls, and fiercely protecting those they love, then it's hard to come up with one more real — and raw — than Bening and Moore as the "Momses." The couple's happiness is put at risk when their children seek out their biological dad.

We Also Loved: Blythe Danner and Richard Dreyfuss, The Lightkeepers; Julianna Margulies and Andy Garcia, City Island; Ruth Sheen and Jim Broadbent, Another Year; Naomi Watts and Sean Penn, Fair Game.

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