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Postby Precious Doll » Sun Apr 03, 2005 3:27 am

--Big Magilla wrote:though I must admit I have never seen Lou Jacobi in Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sex, the one Woody Allen moive I have never been able to take more than a minute or two of.

Magilla,

I watched Everything About Sex for the first time in over twenty years about 12 months ago and it hasn't dated very well, though Gene Wilder and Lou Jacobi still sparkle in their respective segments.




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Postby The Original BJ » Fri Apr 01, 2005 5:09 pm

Never thought I'd see Finding Neverland next to Dogville on a top 10 list, but I'm all for enjoying a range of tastes, so cool, I guess. (Too bad Neverland had to be the one on top, though.)

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Postby Mack Ten » Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:13 pm

I have my personal nominees from 1970 through the present, and I will go back and forth until you've all been subjected to my choices!

2004

1. Finding Neverland
2. Dogville
3. The Aviator
4. Million Dollar Baby
5. Kill Bill Volume Two
6. Closer
7. I Heart Huckabees
8. Hotel Rwanda
9. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
10. Young Adam


Best Actor

Jim Carrey ... Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Johnny Depp ... Finding Neverland
Leonardo DiCaprio ... The Aviator *
Clint Eastwood ... Million Dollar Baby
Paul Giamatti ... Sideways

Best Actress


Annette Bening ... Being Julia *
Nicole Kidman ... Dogville
Natalie Portman ... Closer
Hilary Swank ... Million Dollar Baby
Uma Thurman ... Kill Bill Volume Two

Best Supporting Actor

Paul Bettany ... Dogville
David Carradine ... Kill Bill Volume Two
Freddie Highmore ... Finding Neverland
Clive Owen ... Closer
Mark Wahlberg ... I Heart Huckabees *

Best Supporting Actress

Patricia Clarkson ... Dogville
Laura Dern ... We Don't Live Here Anymore *
Sophie Okonedo ... Hotel Rwanda
Tilda Swinton ... Young Adam
Kate Winslet ... Finding Neverland

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Postby Big Magilla » Fri Apr 01, 2005 5:35 am

I am quite pleased to see that these Oscar Shouldabeen threads have such a life. I am contemplating revising mine yet again to go by year of release in country of origin placing films in their proper hisotrical respective.

I am delighted whenever I find someone has listed among their top fives films, performances and/or directoral choices I either nominated or came close to nominating. Another example of great minds thinking alike. :D

I hesitate to comment on individual choices as they are quite personal. I prefer to stress the positive rather than the negative. For example, I prefer to comment on Damien's support of Gladys Cooper and Beulah Bondi rather than his support of Lipstick. :D

Precious, I thought some of your choices were brilliant, then there were others like The Chase, but I very much enjoyed the unconventionality including many of those Damien has already mentioned, though I must admit I have never seen Lou Jacobi in Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sex, the one Woody Allen moive I have never been able to take more than a minute or two of.

A Time to Love and a Time to Die was available on VHS in the mid-80s in a horrible transfer. It's one of those titles Universal owns and has been stingy about releasing on DVD along with such other gems as The Tarnished Angels, This Earth Is Mine, This Happy Feeling, Tammy and the Bachelor, Make Way for Tomorrow, Ruggles of Red Gap and so many others.




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Postby Precious Doll » Fri Apr 01, 2005 4:39 am

Thanks for your comments Damien. I always enjoy reading your comments.

I was lucky enough to see A Time to Live and a Time to Die at a Douglas Sirk retrospective that toured Australia in 1999. I can’t remember where the print came from but I suspect the UCLA. The quality of the print was also quite good. It was also a great opportunity to see Scandal in Paris and some of Sirk’s German films from the 1930s (a very mixed bunch).

Interestingly Written in the Wind has just released on DVD in the UK and Australia a few weeks ago. I believe the print is stunning. With any luck this will be the first of more Sirk films to find their way to DVD releases. It’s a shame that Criterion appears to have stopped with Written in the Wind & All That Heaven Allows.

This is awful to say but I can’t recall Louis Calhern in The Asphalt Jungle. Wish I had room for his great lead performance in The Magnificent Yankee. It’s over 10 years since I saw the film, which I liked, and Sam Jaffe is the one who has made the lasting impression on me. I only compiled my pre 1977 lists a few years ago and make adjustments as I see my films. I intend to view most of the films on my lists again over the next couple of years along with films though not listed that I like immensely (Auntie Mamie, Hepburn/Tracey comedies/His Girl Friday etc).

Ironically The Asphalt Jungle is part of the Warners film noir box set that I intend to buy in the coming months so I’ll get the opportunity to see the film again too.

Funny you mentioning some of my choices that you don’t care for because when I was placing my lists on the board last week and I got to 2000 there was Joel Schumacher’s name in the top five directors of the year and I thought “What the ….!”. Mind you I think he deserves his place on my list but it’s still a shock seeing his name on my list because I think the guy is a hack. Just goes to prove that sometimes even hacks can surprise me.
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Postby Damien » Thu Mar 31, 2005 4:22 am

--Precious Doll wrote:I've still got a few films to see from last year including new films from Rohmer, Godard, Rivette and In Good Company which does look very appealing. I'll do an update in a month or so.

Precious, it’s been great fun reading your barrage of 70 years of Oscar shoulda beens. It’s especially rewarding to see such deserving but unexpected honorees mentioned as Ann Sheridan and the criminally underrated Pat O’Brien in Angels With Dirty Faces, Fay Helm for The Phantom Lady, the wonderful Henry Daniell , early Ozu and Mizigouchi, praise for Boy With Green Hair, Peter Miles in The Red Pony, Joan Crawford in her Pirandellian Harriet Craig, Richard Davalos, Gaby Rodgers in Kiss Me Deadly, James Mason in Bigger Than Life, Mamie Van Doren for Girl’s Town, Charmian Carr for The Sound of Music. Lou Jacobi for Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (the thought of him adjusting his dress has cracked me up for 30 years). And I can’t wait to see Kind Lady!

Your citing of various performers in Sirk movies was especially gratifying, particularly such little-known works as Has Anyone Seen My Gal and the great A Time To Live And A Time to Die (how’d you see the latter? I saw it in film class in1976, but haven’t heard of it being shown since then) And I love that you love Salt Of The Earth. Your Best Director line-up for 1959 is amazing – that was a great year, wasn’t it?

Even when I disagree with you – Robert Z. Leonard for Best Director?, Ty Power in Son of Fury, the insane Fountainhead, The Children’s Hour, Sidney Lumet the same year as Bunuel and Bresson? William Hurt in The Doctor ? And where’s Auntie Mame? – your choices are so wonderfully personal and idiosyncratic that one has to be filled with admiration.

One question, though. I’ve been concentrating on movies from the early 50s lately, ad as a consequence Louis Calhern has moved into my pantheon of great character actors (right there with S.Z. “Cuddles” Sakall, Henry Travers, Jerome Cowan and Clinton Sundberg). I think his greatest performance is in The Asphalt Jungle, yet you have him for his amiable turn as Buffalo Bill in Annie Get Your Gun – any specific reason? (And also no citation for Executive Suite, in a year when you mention Tab Hunter?).




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Postby criddic3 » Tue Mar 29, 2005 3:59 pm

This is an almost complete listing for me, but I also need to see other DVDs in the coming months before making this the official 2004 Criddics Awards.

PICTURE

The Aviator
The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Million Dollar Baby
The Passion of the Christ
Spiderman 2


DIRECTOR

Pedro Almodovar, Bad Education
Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby
Mel Gibson, The Passion of the Christ
Martin Scorsese, The Aviator
Zhang Yimou, Hero

ACTOR

Kevin Bacon, The Woodsman
Jim Carrey, The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Aviator
Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby
Jamie Foxx, Ray

ACTRESS
Annette Bening, Being Julia
Catalina Sandino Moreno, Maria Full of Grace
Hilary Swank, Million Dollar Baby
Uma Thurman, Kill Bill, Volume 2
Kate Winslet, The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

SUPPORTING ACTOR
David Carradine, Kill Bill, Volume 2
Jamie Foxx, Collateral
Morgan Freeman, Million Dollar Baby
James Garner, The Notebook
Clive Owen, Closer

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Cate Blanchett, The Aviator
Irma P. Hall, The Ladykillers
Sophie Okenedo, Hotel Rwanda
Natalie Portman, Closer
Gena Rowlands, The Notebook

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
The Aviator
Bad Education
The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Incredibles
Kill Bill, Volume 2


ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Baadasssss!
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Million Dollar Baby
Sideways
Spiderman 2

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ANIMATED FILM

The Incredibles
Shrek 2
The Polar Express
Team America: World Police


ART DIRECTION

The Aviator
Finding Neverland
House of Flying Daggers
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Phantom of the Opera


CINEMATOGRAPHY

The Aviator
The Dreamers
House of Flying Daggers
The Passion of the Christ
A Very Long Engagement


COSTUME DESIGN

The Aviator
Being Julia
Hero
House of Flying Daggers
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events


FILM EDITING

The Aviator
Hero
Million Dollar Baby
Ray
Spiderman 2


FOREIGN FILM

Bad Education
Hero
Maria Full of Grace
A Very Long Engagement
The Twilight Samurai


MAKEUP

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
The Passion of the Christ


ORIGINAL SCORE

Birth (Alexandre Desplat)
Finding Neverland (Jan A. P. Kaczmarek)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (John Williams)
Million Dollar Baby (Clint Eastwood)
The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)

ORIGINAL SONG

"Accidentally in Love" (Shrek 2)
"Al Otro Lado Del Rio" (The Motorcycle Diaries)
"Believe" (The Polar Express)
"Million Voices" (Hotel Rwanda)
"Old Habits Die Hard" (Alfie)

SOUND

The Aviator
Beyond the Sea
The Incredibles
Ray
Spiderman 2


SOUND EDITING

The Aviator
The Incredibles
Spiderman 2


VISUAL EFFECTS

The Aviator
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Spiderman 2


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TALLY:

The Aviator: 12 noms, 2 wins
Million Dollar Baby: 8 noms, 5 wins
Spiderman 2: 6 n, 1 w
The Passion of the Christ: 5 n, 4 w
Hero: 4 n, 0 w
Bad Education: 3 n, 1 w
Harry Potter: 3 n, 0 w
House of Fying Daggers: 3 n, 1 w
The Incredibles: 3 n, 2 w
Kill Bill, Volume 2: 3 noms, 0 wins
Being Julia: 2 n, 0 w
Finding Neverland: 2 n, 0 w
Hotel Rwanda: 2 n, 1 w
Maria Full of Grace: 2 n, 0 w
A Very Long Engagement: 2 n, 0 w




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Postby Precious Doll » Sat Mar 26, 2005 3:14 am

I've still got a few films to see from last year including new films from Rohmer, Godard, Rivette and In Good Company which does look very appealing. I'll do an update in a month or so.

Best Film

Kinsey
Look at Me
Million Dollar Baby
Sideways
**Vera Drake

Best Director

Bill Condon for Kinsey
Clint Eastwood for Million Dollar Baby
Agnes Jaoui for Look at Me
**Mike Leigh for Vera Drake
Alexander Payne for Sideways

Best Actor

Jeff Bridges for The Door in the Floor
Jean-Pierre Darroussin for Red Lights
Clint Eastwood for Million Dollar Baby
**Paul Giamatti for Sideways
Liam Neeson for Kinsey

Best Actress

Marilou Berry for Look at Me
Julie Delpy for Before Sunset
Fernanda Montenegro for The Other Side of the Street
**Imelda Staunton for Vera Drake
Hilary Swank for Million Dollar Baby

Best Supporting Actor

**Thomas Haden Church for Sideways
Phil Davis for Vera Drake
Brendan Fehr for Sugar
Morgan Freeman for Million Dollay Baby
Peter Sarsgaard for Kinsey

Best Supporting Actress

Veronica Cartwright for Straight-Jacket
Laura Linney for Kinsey
**Virginia Madsen for for Sideways
Sandra Oh for Sideways
Lynne Redgrave for Kinsey
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Postby Damien » Sat Mar 26, 2005 2:54 am

My more or less final list:

BEST PICTURE OF 2004
1. Kinsey (Bill Condon)
2. The Dreamers (Bernardo Bertolucci)
3. Before Sunset (Richard Linklater)
4. Home Of The Brave (Paolo di Florio)
5. In Good Company (Univ)
6. Crimson Gold (Jafar Panahi)
7. Fahrenheit 911 (Michael Moore)
8. Million Dollar Baby (Clint Eastwood)
9. Birth (Jonathan Glazer)
10. Dogville (Lars von Trier)

BEST ACTOR
1. Liam Neeson in Kinsey
2. Topher Grace in In Good Company
3. Ethan Hawke in Before Sunset
4. Michael Pitt in The Dreamers
5. Billy Bob Thornton in Friday Night Lights

BEST ACTRESS
1. Laura Linney in Kinsey
2. Sylvie Testud in Fear And Trembling
3. Hilary Swank in Million Dollar Baby
4. Julie Delpy in Before Sunset
5. Tracey Ullman in A Dirty Shame

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
1. Morgan Freeman in Million Dollar Baby
2. Louis Garrel in The Dreamers
3. Alan J. Wendl in A Dirty Shame
4. Peter Sarsgaard in Kinsey and Garden State
5. Jeremy Irons in The Merchant Of Venice

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
1. Scarlett Johansson in In Good Company
2. Joan Allen in The Notebook
3. Mandy Moore in Saved
4. Amanda Seyfried in Mean Girls
5. Chloe Sevigney in Dogville

BEST DIRECTOR
1. Bill Condon – Kinsey
2. Bernardo Bertolucci – The Dreamers
3. Richard Linklater – Before Sunset
4. Paolo di Florio – Home Of The Brave
5. Paul Weitz – In Good Company

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
1. Kinsey – Bill Condon
2. Before Sunset – Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke & Kim Krizan
3. In Good Company – Paul Weitz
4. Crimson Gold – Abbas Kiarostami
5. Bad Education – Pedro Almodovar

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
1. The Dreamers – Gilbert Adair
2. The Motorcycle Diaries – José Rivera
3. Million Dollar Baby - Paul Haggis
4. Fear And Trembling - Alain Corneau
5. The Deserted Station – Abbas Kiarostami; Kambuzia Partovi

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
1. The Dreamers – Fabio Cianchetti
2. The Story Of The Weeping Camel – Luigi Falorni
3. Mean Creek – Sharon Meier
4. Crimson Gold – Hossein Djafarian
5. Kinsey – Fred Elmes

BEST FILM EDITING
1. The Dreamers
2. Notre Musique
3. Kinsey – Virginia Katz
4. Maria, Full Of Grace
5. Million Dollar Baby

BEST ART DIRECTION
1. The Dreamers - Jean Rabasse
2. Kinsey – Richard Sherman
3. A Home At The End Of The World – Michael Shaw
4. The Assassination Of Richard Nixon - Lester Cohen
5. De-Lovely - Eve Stewart

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
1. Kinsey – Bruce Finlayson
2. The Dreamers - Louise Stjernsward
3. A Head In The Clouds – Mario Davignon
4. De-Lovely - Janty Yates
5. Million Dollar Baby - Deborah Hopper

BEST MUSIC – MUSICAL FILM
1. Beyond The Sea
2. Ray
3. De-Lovely

BEST MUSIC – NON-MUSICAL FILM
1. Birth – Alexandre Desplat
2. Bad Education – Alberto Iglesias
3. The Big Bounce – George S. Clinton
4. Million Dollar Baby – Clint Eastwood
5. The Merchant Of Venice – Jocelyn Pook

BEST SONG
1. A Million Voices (Hotel Rwanda)
2. Scotty Doesn’t Know (EuroTrip)

BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS
1. Spider-man 2
2. Torque
3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
4. The Stepford Wives
5. A Very Long Engagement

BEST MAKE-UP
1. De-Lovely
2. Kinsey
3. Ray
4. Million Dollar Baby
5. Saw

SOMINEX AWARD
1. Twentynine Palms
2. The Village
3. Phantom Of The Opera
4. Raja
5. Goodbye Dragon Inn

DRAMAMINE AWARD
1. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
2. Anatomy Of Hell
3. Finding Neverland
4. The Mudge Boy
5. Closer

MECHANICCAL PERFORMANCES
Blanchard Ryan and Daniel Travis in Open Water
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Postby Jim20 » Thu Mar 24, 2005 11:08 pm

The shouldabeen list is completed from me. Feel free to check it out.

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Postby barrybrooks » Wed Mar 23, 2005 4:41 am

(Each category is in order of preference...)


Best Picture
*Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kill Bill Vol.2
Million Dollar Baby
Dogville
Maria Full of Grace

Best Actress
*Annette Bening, Being Julia
Uma Thurman, KBV2
Catalina Sandino Moreno, MFOG
Hilary Swank, MDB
Imelda Stauton, Vera Drake

Best Actor
*Leonardo DiCaprio, The Aviator
Jim Carrey, ESOTSM
Clint Eastwood, MDB
Jamie Foxx, Ray
Liam Neeson, Kinsey

Best Supporting Actress
*Cate Blanchett, The Aviator
Natalie Portman, Closer
Laura Dern, We Don't Live Here Anymore
Sharon Warren, Ray
Anne Heche, Birth

Best Supporting Actor
*Clive Owen, Closer
Jeremy Irons, Being Julia
Morgan Freeman, MDB
Dennis Quaid, In Good Company
Peter Sarsgaard, Kinsey

Best Director
*Michel Gondry, ESOTSM
Quentin Tarantino, KBV2
Lars Von Trier, Dogville
Clint Eastwood, MDB
Mike Leigh, VD

Best Original Screenplay
*Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kill Bill Vol 2
Dogville
Birth
Vera Drake

Best Adapted Screenplay
*Closer
Million Dollar Baby
A Very Long Engagement
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Before Sunset

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BEST PICTURE
*Dogville
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kinsey
Million Dollar Baby
Sideways

BEST DIRECTOR
Pedro Almodóvar - Bad Education
Clint Eastwood - Million Dollar Baby
Michel Gondry - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Mike Leigh - Vera Drake
*Lars von Trier - Dogville

BEST ACTOR
Jim Carrey - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Clint Eastwood - Million Dollar Baby
Paul Giamatti - Sideways
Ethan Hawke - Before Sunset
*Liam Neeson - Kinsey

BEST ACTRESS
Julie Delpy - Before Sunset
Nicole Kidman - Dogville
*Imelda Staunton - Vera Drake
Hilary Swank - Million Dollar Baby
Kate Winslet - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Paul Bettany - Dogville
*Thomas Haden Church - Sideways
Morgan Freeman - Million Dollar Baby
Clive Owen - Closer
Peter Sarsgaard - Kinsey

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Cate Blanchett - The Aviator
Patricia Clarkson - Dogville
*Laura Linney - Kinsey
Virginia Madsen - Sideways
Natalie Portman - Garden State

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Bad Education - Pedro Almodóvar
Dogville - Lars von Trier
*Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Pierre Bismuth, Michel Gondry, Charlie Kaufman
The Incredibles - Brad Bird
Kinsey - Bill Condon

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Baadasssss! - Dennis Haggerty, Mario Van Peebles
Before Sunset - Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, Kim Krizan, Richard Linklater
Million Dollar Baby - Paul Haggis
The Motorcycle Diaries - José Rivera
*Sideways - Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
*Bad Education
Hero
Maria Full of Grace
The Motorcycle Diaries
The Return

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Control Room
The Corporation
Fahrenheit 9/11
*Los Angeles Plays Itself
The Story of the Weeping Camel

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
*The Incredibles
The Polar Express
Shrek 2

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
Al Otro Lado Del Río - The Motorcycle Diaries
*Knock Yourself Out - I Heart Huckabees
Look to Your Path (Vois Sur Ton Chemin) - The Chorus
Million Voices - Hotel Rwanda
Old Habits Die Hard - Alfie

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
Bad Education
*Birth
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Incredibles
The Motorcycle Diaries

BEST ART DIRECTION
*The Aviator
Dogville
The Incredibles
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
A Very Long Engagement

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
The Aviator
Being Julia
House of Flying Daggers
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
*Vanity Fair

BEST MAKEUP
The Aviator
Hellboy
Kinsey
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
*The Passion of the Christ

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Bad Education
Birth
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
*Hero
The Return

BEST FILM EDITING
Bad Education
Collateral
*Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kinsey
Million Dollar Baby

BEST SOUND MIXING
*The Aviator
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Incredibles
Kill Bill—Vol. 2
Ray

BEST SOUND EDITING
The Aviator
The Bourne Supremacy
*The Incredibles
Kill Bill—Vol. 2
Spider-Man 2

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
I, Robot
*Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Spider-Man 2




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Postby Jim20 » Wed Mar 23, 2005 12:25 am

Let me give it a go

PICTURE
The Aviator
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Incredibles
The Passion of the Christ
**Sideways**

ACTOR
Don Cheadle, Hotel Rwanda
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Aviator
Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby
Jamie Foxx, Ray
**Paul Giamitti, Sideways**

ACTRESS
Julie Delpy, Before Sunset
Bryce Dallas Howard, The Village
Imelda Staunton, Vera Drake
Hilary Swank, Million Dollar Baby
**Kate Winslet, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind**

SUPPORTING ACTOR
David Carradine, Kill Bill: Volume Two
Thomas Haden Church, Sideways
Freddie Highmore, Finding Neverland
**Morgan Freeman, Million Dollar Baby**
Clive Owen, Closer

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Cate Blanchett, The Aviator
**Virginia Madsen, Sideways**
Maia Morgenstern, The Passion of the Christ
Natalie Portman, Closer
Sharon Warren, Ray

DIRECTOR
Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby
Mel Gibson, The Passion of the Christ
Michael Mann, Collateral
**Alexander Payne, Sideways**
Martin Scorsese, The Aviator

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
The Aviator
Bad Education
**Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind**
The Incredibles
Primer

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Before Sunset
Closer
Million Dollar Baby
The Passion of the Christ
**Sideways**

ART DIRECTION
**The Aviator**
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The Incredibles
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
The Terminal

CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Aviator
Collateral
**The Passion of the Christ**
The Phantom of the Opera
The Village

COSTUME DESIGN
**The Aviator**
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The Phantom of the Opera
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
The Village

FILM EDITING
**The Aviator**
Collateral
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Million Dollar Baby
Sideways

MAKEUP
Dawn of the Dead
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
**The Passion of the Christ**

ORIGINAL SCORE
Alexander
The Aviator
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Million Dollar Baby
**The Passion of the Christ**

ORIGINAL SONG
Hotel Rwanda
The Phantom of the Opera
The Polar Express
Shrek 2
**Team America: World Police**

SOUND
**The Aviator**
Collateral
The Incredibles
The Polar Express
Ray

SOUND EDITING
**The Incredibles**
The Polar Express
Spider-Man 2

VISUAL EFFECTS
**Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban**
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Spider-Man 2

The Aviator - 11 noms (4 wins)
Eternal Sunshine - 4 noms (2 wins)
The Incredibles - 5 noms (1 win)
The Passion - 7 noms (3 wins)
Sideways - 7 noms (5 wins)[/color]



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Postby Damien » Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:17 pm

Okri, I think McAdams was much better playing a nasty character in Mean Girls than she was at sweetness in The Notebook. Still, I don't think she was anything special in this stock kind of role -- Mandy Moore in Saved, for instance, had a lot more nuance, and it was Amanda Seyfried -- the ditzy girl who, explaining that she was psychic, said, "I think I have ESPN" -- who stole Mean Girls.
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Postby Okri » Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:45 am

Damien, did watching Mean Girls give you a better opinion of Rachel McAdams?


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