'The Social Network' sure is friending a lot of critics.

On Sunday, David Fincher's drama about the founding of Facebook added the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Best Picture award to its growing mantel of critics' prizes, having been awarded the same prize by the Boston Society of Film Critics earlier in the day (and the National Board of Review earlier this month).

Fincher also picked up the L.A. critics' Best Director award, sharing the honor with Olivier Assayas, director of the multi-part biopic 'Carlos' (which won the award for foreign-language film). Aaron Sorkin joined in the 'Network' love, winning the prize for Best Screenplay.

There was no sign of 'Social Network' in the acting categories, however. Colin Firth walked away with the Best Actor award for his portrayal of st ... st ... stuttering King George VI in 'The King's Speech,' while South Korean actress Kim Hye-ja won the Best Actress award for playing a widow trying to clear her son's name in 'Mother.'

Stayed tuned on Thursday for our weekly breakdown of the critics' awards and what this means for the Academy Awards.

Full List of Los Angeles Film Critics Association Winners

PICTURE: 'The Social Network'

Runner-up: 'Carlos'

DIRECTOR: Olivier Assayas, 'Carlos,' and David Fincher, 'The Social Network' (tie)

ACTOR: Colin Firth, 'The King's Speech'

Runner-up: Edgar Ramirez, 'Carlos'

ACTRESS: Kim Hye-ja, 'Mother'

Runner-up: Jennifer Lawrence, 'Winter's Bone'

SUPPORTING ACTOR: Niels Arestrup, 'A Prophet'

Geoffrey Rush, 'The King's Speech'

SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Jacki Weaver, 'Animal Kingdom'

Olivia Williams, 'The Ghost Writer'

SCREENPLAY: Aaron Sorkin, 'The Social Network'

Runner-up: David Seidler, 'The King's Speech'

FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM: 'Carlos'

Runner-up: 'Mother'

ANIMATION: 'Toy Story 3'

Runner-up: 'The Illusionist'

DOCUMENTARY/NON-FICTION FILM: 'Last Train Home'

Runner-up: 'Exit Through the Gift Shop'

CINEMATOGRAPHY: Matthew Libatique, 'Black Swan'

Runner-up: Roger Deakins, 'True Grit'

MUSIC/SCORE: Alexandre Desplat, "The Ghost Writer," and Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, 'The Social Network' (tie)

PRODUCTION DESIGN: Guy Hendrix Dyas, 'Inception'

Runner-up: Eve Stewart, 'The King's Speech'

NEW GENERATION: Lena Dunham, 'Tiny Furniture'

DOUGLAS E. EDWARDS AWARD FOR INDEPENDENT/EXPERIMENTAL FILM/VIDEO: 'Film Socialism'

LEGACY OF CINEMA AWARDS: Serge Bromberg, 'Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno,' and the F.W. Murnau Foundation and Fernando Pena for the restoration of 'Metropolis'

CAREER ACHIEVEMENT: Paul Mazursky