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AARP The Magazine on Tuesday announced the winners of its Movies for Grownups Awards, highlighting films with particular relevance to a 50-plus audience.
The group awarded Spotlight its best picture honor, and saluted the acting performances of Grandma's Lily Tomlin, Trumbo's Bryan Cranston, Joy's Diane Ladd and Bridge of Spies' Mark Rylance.
Additionally, Ridley Scott was named best director for The Martian, and David O. Russell was tapped as best screenwriter for Joy. Creed, The Intern, Love & Mercy, Inside Out, Learning to Drive, 5 Flights Up and Rams were also acknowledged.
The winners will be honored at a Feb. 8 gala at the Beverly Wilshire in Los Angeles. Kathy Griffin will again host the ceremony, and Michael Douglas will be presented with the career achievement award.
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