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Movies for Grownups
by John Murph, Photographs by Ari Michelson, AARP, March 3, 2017
Jeff Bridges holds his award for best supporting actor for Hell or High Water.
Kenneth Lonergan, who won the best director award for Manchester by the Sea, poses with actress and comedian Molly Shannon.
Jovan Adepo hugs his Fences costar Viola Davis, who nabbed the best supporting actress award.
Margo Martindale hosted the 16th annual Movies for Grownups Awards.
Annette Bening, star of 20th Century Women, takes home a trophy for best actress.
Actor Tom Everett Scott hangs with Damien Chazelle, director of La La Land, which won for best comedy/musical.
Ruth Negga accepted the best movie award for Loving.
George Takei with producer-animator Travis Knight, who accepted the award for Kubo and the Two Strings, the best movie for grownups who refuse to grow up.
Sharon Stone embraces Isabelle Huppert, who accepted the award for best foreign- language film for Elle.
Stephen McKinley of the award-winning Fences also attended the ceremony.
Nigel Sinclair and Brian Grazer, who won the best documentary award for The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — the Touring Years, ham it up with Justin Timberlake.
Career achievement award honoree Morgan Freeman poses with Helen Mirren.
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