"Gravity" cleaned up Thursday at the Broadcast Film Critics Association's 19th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards.

The sci-fi thriller took home seven awards including best actress in an action movie for Sandra Bullock, best director for Alfonso Cuaron and best sci-fi/horror movie, according to Starpulse.com.

Thursday was a pretty good day for "Gravity." Earlier, it was announced the film earned 10 Oscar nominations, including best picture, best actress and best director.

David O. Russell's "American Hustle" won four awards, including best acting ensemble, best comedy and best actress in a comedy for Amy Adams. Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" also did well, nabbing best picture, best adapted screenplay and best supporting actress for Lupita Nyong'o.

Sandra Bullock in a scene from "Gravity."
Sandra Bullock in a scene from "Gravity." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, File)

Jared Leto won best supporting actor for his work in "Dallas Buyer's Club," while castmate Matthew McConaughey took best actor. Cate Blanchett won best actress award for her role in "Blue Jasmine."

Mark Wahlberg won best actor in an action movie prize for playing real-life soldier Marcus Lutrell in "Lone Survivor." Disney's "Frozen" scored best animated feature and best song, for "Let It Go."

Oprah Winfrey presented Forest Whitaker with the Joel Siegel Award for his humanitarian efforts and work with the Whitaker Peace and Development Initiative, which he founded in 2012.

"In his most recent role in Lee Daniels' The Butler, I had the privilege of seeing first hand how Forest suddenly and so masterfully embodies the soul of a character," Winfrey said. "He is indeed a great actor, but let me tell you, my friends, he is for sure an even greater man. He is devoted to his family, he loves life and he cares deeply about our earth and its people. I just marvel at his remarkable humanitarian efforts."

I think she likes him.

Whitaker said, "It's something to count myself among the many people who are seeking to live up to Joel Siegel's legacy by building a more peaceful planet."

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