2005 Oscar Nominations

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    Friskey™

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    Best Picture
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    RAY (Universal Pictures)
    SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)

    Achievement in Directing
    Martin Scorsese for THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    Clint Eastwood for MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    Taylor Hackford for RAY (Universal Pictures)
    Alexander Payne for SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)
    Mike Leigh for VERA DRAKE (Fine Line Features)

    Best Actor in a Leading Role
    Don Cheadle for HOTEL RWANDA (United Artists)
    Johnny Depp for FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    Leonardo DiCaprio for THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    Clint Eastwood for MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    Jamie Foxx for RAY (Universal Pictures)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Alan Alda for THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    Thomas Haden Church for SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)
    Jamie Foxx for COLLATERAL (Dreamworks SKG)
    Morgan Freeman for MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    Clive Owen for CLOSER (Columbia Pictures)

    Best Actress in a Leading Role
    Annette Bening - BEING JULIA (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Catalina Sandino Moreno - MARIA FULL OF GRACE (Fine Line Features)
    Imelda Staunton - VERA DRAKE (Fine Line Features)
    Hilary Swank for MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    Kate Winslet for ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Focus Features)

    Best Supporting Actress
    Cate Blanchett for THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    Laura Linney - KINSEY (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
    Virginia Madsen for SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)
    Sophie Okonedo - HOTEL RWANDA (United Artists)
    Natalie Portman for CLOSER (Columbia Pictures)

    Best Original Screenplay
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Focus Features)
    HOTEL RWANDA (United Artists)
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)
    VERA DRAKE (Fine Line Features)

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    BEFORE SUNSET (Warner Independent Pictures)
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES (Focus Features)
    SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)

    Best Foreign-Language Film
    AS IT IS IN HEAVEN - Sweden
    THE CHORUS - France
    DOWNFALL - Germany
    THE SEA INSIDE - Spain
    YESTERDAY - South Africa

    Best Animated Feature Film
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)
    SHARK TALE (Dreamworks SKG)
    SHREK 2 (Dreamworks SKG)

    Achievement in Art Direction
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS (Paramount Pictures)
    THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Warner Bros.)
    A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT (Warner Independent Pictures)

    Achievement in Cinematography
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS (Sony Pictures Classics)
    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (Newmarket Film Group)
    THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Warner Bros.)
    A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT (Warner Independent Pictures)

    Achievement in Costume Design
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS (Paramount Pictures)
    RAY (Universal Pictures)
    TROY (Warner Bros.)

    Best Documentary Feature
    BORN INTO BROTHELS (ThinkFilm)
    THE STORY OF THE WEEPING CAMEL (ThinkFilm)
    SUPER SIZE ME (Roadside Attractions / Samuel Goldwyn Films)
    TUPAC: RESURRECTION (Paramount Pictures)
    TWIST OF FAITH

    Best Film Editing
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    COLLATERAL
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)
    RAY (Universal Pictures)

    Achievement in Makeup
    LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS (Paramount Pictures)
    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (Newmarket Film Group)
    THE SEA INSIDE (Fine Line Features)

    Best Original Score
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)
    HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN
    LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS (Paramount Pictures)
    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (Newmarket Film Group)
    THE VILLAGE (Touchstone Pictures)

    Original Song
    "Accidentally In Love" - SHREK 2 (Dreamworks SKG)
    "Al Otro Lado Del Río" - THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES (Focus Features)
    "Believe" - THE POLAR EXPRESS (Warner Bros.)
    "Learn To Be Lonely" - THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Warner Bros.)
    "Look To Your Path (Vois Sur Ton Chemin)" - THE CHORUS (Miramax)

    Achievement in Sound Mixing
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)
    THE POLAR EXPRESS (Warner Bros.)
    RAY (Universal Pictures)
    SPIDER-MAN 2 (Columbia Pictures)

    Achievement in Sound Editing
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)
    THE POLAR EXPRESS (Warner Bros.)
    SPIDER-MAN 2 (Columbia Pictures)

    Best Visual Effects
    HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN (Warner Bros)
    I, ROBOT (20th Century Fox)
    SPIDER-MAN 2 (Columbia Pictures)

    Best Documentary Short
    AUTISM IS A WORLD
    THE CHILDREN OF LENINGRADSKY
    HARDWOOD
    MIGHTY TIMES: THE CHILDREN'S MARCH
    SISTER ROSE'S PASSION

    Best Animated Short Film
    BIRTHDAY BOY
    GOPHER BROKE
    GUARD DOG
    LORENZO
    RYAN

    Best Live-Action Short Film
    EVERYTHING IN THIS COUNTRY MUST
    LITTLE TERRORIST
    7:35 IN THE MORNING
    TWO CARS, ONE NIGHT
    WASP
     
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    Best Picture
    SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)

    Achievement in Directing
    Clint Eastwood for MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)

    Best Actor in a Leading Role
    Johnny Depp for FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Jamie Foxx for COLLATERAL (Dreamworks SKG)

    Best Actress in a Leading Role
    Kate Winslet for ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Focus Features)

    Best Supporting Actress
    Natalie Portman for CLOSER (Columbia Pictures)

    Best Original Screenplay
    ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Focus Features)

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)

    Best Foreign-Language Film
    DOWNFALL - Germany

    Best Animated Feature Film
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)

    Achievement in Art Direction
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)

    Achievement in Cinematography
    HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS (Sony Pictures Classics)

    Achievement in Costume Design
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)

    Best Documentary Feature
    BORN INTO BROTHELS (ThinkFilm)

    Best Film Editing
    COLLATERAL

    Achievement in Makeup
    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (Newmarket Film Group)

    Best Original Score
    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (Newmarket Film Group)

    Original Song
    "Learn To Be Lonely" - THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Warner Bros.)

    Achievement in Sound Mixing
    RAY (Universal Pictures)

    Achievement in Sound Editing
    THE POLAR EXPRESS (Warner Bros.)

    Best Visual Effects
    SPIDER-MAN 2 (Columbia Pictures)

    Best Documentary Short
    AUTISM IS A WORLD

    Best Animated Short Film
    BIRTHDAY BOY

    Best Live-Action Short Film
    LITTLE TERRORIST





    I love how a fucking 2Pac documentary somehow gets in on Oscar Nominations.
     
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    I haven't seen most of those movies, I would like too, Oscar nominees are usually very good. The Village should win, very good movie. The Passion of the Christ? Wow.... that's interesting.
     
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    Who I think will win, not who I want though.

    Best Picture
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)

    Achievement in Directing
    Martin Scorsese for THE AVIATOR (Miramax)

    Best Actor in a Leading Role
    Jamie Foxx for RAY (Universal Pictures)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Thomas Haden Church for SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)


    Best Actress in a Leading Role
    Hilary Swank for MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Warner Bros.)


    Best Supporting Actress
    Virginia Madsen for SIDEWAYS (Fox Searchlight)

    Best Original Screenplay
    ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Focus Features)


    Best Adapted Screenplay
    FINDING NEVERLAND (Miramax)

    Best Foreign-Language Film
    THE SEA INSIDE - Spain

    Best Animated Feature Film
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)

    Achievement in Art Direction
    A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT (Warner Independent Pictures)

    Achievement in Cinematography
    THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Warner Bros.)

    Achievement in Costume Design
    THE AVIATOR (Miramax)

    Best Documentary Feature
    SUPER SIZE ME (Roadside Attractions / Samuel Goldwyn Films)

    Best Film Editing
    RAY (Universal Pictures)

    Achievement in Makeup
    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (Newmarket Film Group)

    Best Original Score
    THE VILLAGE (Touchstone Pictures) (wishful thinking?)

    Original Song
    "Accidentally In Love" - SHREK 2 (Dreamworks SKG)

    Achievement in Sound Mixing
    RAY (Universal Pictures)

    Achievement in Sound Editing
    THE INCREDIBLES (Disney/Pixar)

    Best Visual Effects
    HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN (Warner Bros)
     
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    Exactly what i was thinking. I would have thought Some Kind of Monster would get a nomination.
     
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    lol i was telling my friend that Phantom of the Opera would get an oscar nomination for best art direction and cinematography and i was correct! w00t!!
     
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    I think The Aviator is overated. I haven't seen it, mind you, but alot of my friends hated it.

    Tom Cruise should've gotten nominated for 'Collateral' if Jamie Foxx did.
     
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    It's really nothing special. In fact, I think they're only doing this to kiss Scorcese's ass for the all the times he went home empty-handed, which is why The Aviator will take Best Picture & Director. The movie is summer blockbuster fanfare in the wrong season.

    Dunno about Tom Cruise, but Collateral was Foxx's first good material to work off of and I'm glad it got noticed. He'll definetly get Best Actor for Ray.

    And... The Village got a nomination for its score! I told you guys how incredible the composition was, but nobody bothered to listen. :whistle:
     
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    Yeah. I just think Tom did a great job portraying a bad guy. It's not his best work mind you (read: the last samurai), but he still did an awesome job being an edgy character like Victor was meant to be played.

    Jamie did an awesome job in that movie too. If Tom was a supporting actor in that movie, he would've gotten a nomination.
     
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    Yeah, Tom definetly put in the effort and it shows very well. Unfortunetly, the Academy general likes to select from characters who go through an arc of emotions and Victor stays relatively the same for the movie.

    If Mann & Cruise had opted for Victor to have a nervous breakdown or show more sentiment it might have gotten better notice. But then again, it's no fun when the killer is crying :lol:
     

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