2021 Cinelinx Movie Awards

Drum roll please! Cinelinx is proud to present the winners of the 2021 Cinelinx Movie Awards (aka The Linxies).

Attention avid movieholics! Your eyes may have witnessed many wonderous things in your living room or in the movie theater over the last year, but all were not created equal. Honoring those that are most worthy of our attention is the foundation upon which the Cinelinx Movie Awards were born. Join us as we celebrate the very crazy movie year that was 2021. These are the ninth annual Cinelinx movie awards, called The Linxies. These awards are meant as kudos to the finest performances and achievements in films released during the 2021 calendar year. The Linxies honors those films and performances that have inspired our creativity and allow our infatuation with film to continue.

Most importantly though, everyone had a chance to contribute. The Linxies aren’t just some award given by a panel of film snobs. They are a representation of our opinions as well as yours. Earlier last month we presented our nominees for The Linxies, and asked you to vote. The nominees we chose represented the best of the best across 15 categories encompassing all aspects of movie making (click here for a complete list of nominees).

Now it’s time to announce the winners!

And the Linxie goes to….keep scrolling!

2021 Winner:

Winner: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – Hong Kong Building Fight

Winner: Drive My Car

Winner: The Power of the Dog

Winner: Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog

Winner: Lady Gaga – The House of Gucci

Winner: Daniel Kaluuya – Judas and the Black Messiah

Winner: Kristen Dunst – The Power of the Dog

Winner: Denis Villeneuve – Dune

Winner: Dune


Winner: House of Gucci

Winner: Dune

Winner: Dune

Winner: Encanto

Winner: Dune



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