Sandra Bullock didn't mince words when she accepted the Critics' Choice Award for Best Actress in an Action Movie on Thursday (January 16).
After topping Jennifer Lawrence for the honor (J.Law was up for her role as Katniss Everdeen in "Hunger Games: Catching Fire," while Bullock won for "Gravity"), Bullock took a moment to thank action icons Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone and Jean-Claude van Damme for "teaching me everything I know."
When a brief technical glitch played audio over Bullock's speech, she replied with a swift "What the f---?!"
"I'm an action hero!" she yelled. "You do not do that to an action hero."
Ever the jokester, Bullock's quips didn't stop there. She went on to thank "Gravity" director Alfonso Cuaron for his "ability to strap me to every apparatus" and co-star George Clooney for "floating away and not coming back."
While J.Law was busy filming and wasn't able to attend the event, her "American Hustle" co-stars Bradley Cooper and Amy Adams hit the stage to accept the award for Best Acting Ensemble. Later, Lupita Nyong'o would top Lawrence again for Best Supporting Actress. The gorgeous Nyong'o did give Lawrence a shout out in her speech, saying she was "so honored" to be nominated alongside the likes of Lawrence, Julia Roberts, Scarlett Johansson, June Squibb and Oprah Winfrey.
In addition to Acting Ensemble, "American Hustle" also nabbed the award for Best Comedy, while Adams scored in the Best Actress in a Comedy category. Click here to see a complete list of winners.