Synopsis: Sandra has only one weekend to visit her colleagues and - with the help of her husband - convince them to sacrifice their bonuses so she can keep her job. [Synopsis courtesy of Cannes Film Festival]
The weekly paper's annual poll hit many of the usual suspects, but Gyllenhaal got his first big win.
"Boyhood" dominated Indiewire's annual poll of more than 200 critics, but "The Grand Budapest Hotel's" Ralph Fiennes pulled off a surprising Best Actor win.
220 critics from around the world participated in the survey, which includes 13 categories and numerous runner-ups.
The film journal's annual poll surveyed over 100 North American critics, with some familiar results and a few surprises.
The British paper's favorites are split between European classics and movies about America.
"Two Days, One Night" boils down the Dardenne brothers' talent to its primal essence.