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dobbygirl
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Posted - 01/22/2008 :  19:07:10  Show Profile Send dobbygirl a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The nominations for the 2007 Academy Awards were announced today. Here's the list.

Updated: winners in bold.

Performance by an actor in a leading role
George Clooney in "Michael Clayton"
Daniel Day-Lewis in "There Will Be Blood"
Johnny Depp in "Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
Tommy Lee Jones in "In the Valley of Elah"
Viggo Mortensen in "Eastern Promises"

Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Casey Affleck in "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"
Javier Bardem in "No Country for Old Men"
Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Charlie Wilson's War"
Hal Holbrook in "Into the Wild"
Tom Wilkinson in "Michael Clayton"

Performance by an actress in a leading role
Cate Blanchett in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"
Julie Christie in "Away from Her"
Marion Cotillard in "La Vie en Rose"
Laura Linney in "The Savages"
Ellen Page in "Juno"

Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Cate Blanchett in "I'm Not There"
Ruby Dee in "American Gangster"
Saoirse Ronan in "Atonement"
Amy Ryan in "Gone Baby Gone"
Tilda Swinton in "Michael Clayton"

Best animated feature film of the year
"Persepolis" : Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud
"Ratatouille" : Brad Bird
"Surf's Up" : Ash Brannon and Chris Buck

Achievement in art direction
"American Gangster" : Art Direction: Arthur Max; Set Decoration: Beth A. Rubino
"Atonement" : Art Direction: Sarah Greenwood; Set Decoration: Katie Spencer
"The Golden Compass" : Art Direction: Dennis Gassner; Set Decoration: Anna Pinnock
"Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street": Art Direction: Dante Ferretti; Set Decoration: Francesca Lo Schiavo
"There Will Be Blood" : Art Direction: Jack Fisk; Set Decoration: Jim Erickson

Achievement in cinematography
"The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" : Roger Deakins
"Atonement" : Seamus McGarvey
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" : Janusz Kaminski
"No Country for Old Men" : Roger Deakins
"There Will Be Blood" : Robert Elswit

Achievement in costume design
"Across the Universe" : Albert Wolsky
"Atonement" : Jacqueline Durran
"Elizabeth: The Golden Age" : Alexandra Byrne
"La Vie en Rose" : Marit Allen
"Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" :Colleen Atwood

Achievement in directing
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" : Julian Schnabel
"Juno" : Jason Reitman
"Michael Clayton" : Tony Gilroy
"No Country for Old Men" : Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
"There Will Be Blood" : Paul Thomas Anderson

Best documentary feature
"No End in Sight" , A Representational Pictures Production: Charles Ferguson and Audrey Marrs
"Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience" , A Documentary Group Production: Richard E. Robbins
"Sicko" , A Dog Eat Dog Films Production: Michael Moore and Meghan O'Hara
"Taxi to the Dark Side" , An X-Ray Production: Alex Gibney and Eva Orner
"War/Dance" , A Shine Global and Fine Films Production: Andrea Nix Fine and Sean Fine

Best documentary short subject
"Freeheld" A Lieutenant Films Production: Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth
"La Corona (The Crown)" A Runaway Films and Vega Films Production: Amanda Micheli and Isabel Vega
"Salim Baba" A Ropa Vieja Films and Paradox Smoke Production: Tim Sternberg and Francisco Bello
"Sari's Mother" (Cinema Guild) A Daylight Factory Production: James Longley

Achievement in film editing"The Bourne Ultimatum" : Christopher Rouse
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" : Juliette Welfling
"Into the Wild" : Jay Cassidy
"No Country for Old Men" Roderick Jaynes
"There Will Be Blood" : Dylan Tichenor

Best foreign language film of the year
"Beaufort" Israel
"The Counterfeiters" Austria
"Katyn" Poland
"Mongol" Kazakhstan
"12" Russia

Achievement in makeup
"La Vie en Rose" : Didier Lavergne and Jan Archibald
"Norbit" : Rick Baker and Kazuhiro Tsuji
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" : Ve Neill and Martin Samuel

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original score)
"Atonement" : Dario Marianelli
"The Kite Runner" : Alberto Iglesias
"Michael Clayton" : James Newton Howard
"Ratatouille" : Michael Giacchino
"3:10 to Yuma" : Marco Beltrami

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original song)
"Falling Slowly" from "Once" : Music and Lyric by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
"Happy Working Song" from "Enchanted" : Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
"Raise It Up" from "August Rush" : Nominees to be determined
"So Close" from "Enchanted" : Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
"That's How You Know" from "Enchanted" : Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz

Best motion picture of the year
"Atonement" : Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Paul Webster, Producers
"Juno" : Lianne Halfon, Mason Novick and Russell Smith, Producers
"Michael Clayton" : Sydney Pollack, Jennifer Fox and Kerry Orent, Producers
"No Country for Old Men" : Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, Producers
"There Will Be Blood" : JoAnne Sellar, Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Lupi, Producers

Best animated short film
"I Met the Walrus" : Josh Raskin
"Madame Tutli-Putli" : Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski
"MÍme Les Pigeons Vont au Paradis (Even Pigeons Go to Heaven)" :Samuel Tourneux and Simon Vanesse
"My Love (Moya Lyubov)" : Alexander Petrov
"Peter & the Wolf" :Suzie Templeton and Hugh Welchman

Best live action short film
"At Night" : Christian E. Christiansen and Louise Vesth
"Il Supplente (The Substitute)" : Andrea Jublin
"Le Mozart des Pickpockets (The Mozart of Pickpockets)" : Philippe Pollet-Villard
"Tanghi Argentini" : Guido Thys and Anja Daelemans
"The Tonto Woman" : Daniel Barber and Matthew Brown

Achievement in sound editing
"The Bourne Ultimatum" : Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg
"No Country for Old Men" : Skip Lievsay
"Ratatouille" : Randy Thom and Michael Silvers
"There Will Be Blood" : Matthew Wood
"Transformers" : Ethan Van der Ryn and Mike Hopkins

Achievement in sound mixing
"The Bourne Ultimatum" : Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis
"No Country for Old Men" : Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff and Peter Kurland
"Ratatouille" : Randy Thom, Michael Semanick and Doc Kane
"3:10 to Yuma" : Paul Massey, David Giammarco and Jim Stuebe
"Transformers" Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Peter J. Devlin

Achievement in visual effects
"The Golden Compass" : Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris and Trevor Wood
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" : John Knoll, Hal Hickel, Charles Gibson and John Frazier
"Transformers" : Scott Farrar, Scott Benza, Russell Earl and John Frazier

Adapted screenplay
"Atonement" , Screenplay by Christopher Hampton
"Away from Her" , Written by Sarah Polley
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" , Screenplay by Ronald Harwood
"No Country for Old Men" , Written for the screen by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen
"There Will Be Blood" , Written for the screen by Paul Thomas Anderson

Original screenplay
"Juno" , Written by Diablo Cody
"Lars and the Real Girl" , Written by Nancy Oliver
"Michael Clayton" , Written by Tony Gilroy
"Ratatouille" , Screenplay by Brad Bird; Story by Jan Pinkava, Jim Capobianco, Brad Bird
"The Savages" , Written by Tamara Jenkins


That's the entire list. You don't have to make picks in ever category...I certainly don't know much about short films.

Have fun!


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Siobhan
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Posted - 01/22/2008 :  21:46:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'll have to think about this one.
Any news as to whether there will be an awards show yet? (I'm too lazy to look)

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Posted - 01/23/2008 :  14:15:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Of all the films listed, I've only seen Atonement. Though in my defense, some of them haven't made their way to my local cinema yet.

I'm chuffed Saoirse Ronan was nominated.

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Jokelly
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Posted - 01/25/2008 :  00:46:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'll take my picks soon. But does anyone else think this a blah year for Oscars. All the critics are raving about how this a great group, but I don't know, they just seem blah to me.

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I read that it was widely considered to be a critic's year. None of the spectacular blockbusters or lighthearted fare did much as far as the nominations.

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diricawl
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Posted - 01/26/2008 :  10:40:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Well, I did enjoy No Country For Old Men and Juno. I haven't seen the others, but plan on seeing There Will Be Blood, if only for Daniel Day-Lewis, who I think is one of the great actors of all time.

I wouldn't say this was only a critics' year. Sure, there's no Lord of the Rings or Titanic, but Juno's made $100 million, so it must be connecting with The People at some level, and Ratatouille is almost certain to snag the Animated Feature Oscar unless Persepolis steals it.

Let's look at the most popular movies of the year (those which made roughly $100 million or more in the US- and yes, I'm sticking to the US; the Academy is American, after all):

1 Spider-Man 3: $337 million
2 Shrek the Third: $323 million
3 Transformers: $319 million
4 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End: $309 million
5 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: $292 million
6 I Am Legend: $249 million
7 The Bourne Ultimatum: $227 million
8 300: $210 million
9 Ratatouille: $206 million
10 National Treasure: Book of Secrets: $201 million
11 Alvin and the Chipmunks: $200 million
12 The Simpsons Movie: $183 million
13 Wild Hogs: $168 million
14 Knocked Up: $149 million
15 Rush Hour 3: $140 million
16 Live Free or Die Hard: $135 million
17 Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer: $132 million
18 American Gangster: $130 million
19 Bee Movie: $126 million
20 Enchanted: $124 million
21 Superbad: $121 million
22 I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry: $120 million
23 Hairspray (2007): $119 million
24 Blades of Glory: $119 million
25 Ocean's Thirteen: $117 million
26 Ghost Rider: $116 million
27 Juno: $100 million
28 Evan Almighty: $100 million
29 Meet the Robinsons: $97 million
30 Norbit: $96 million

Excluding Juno and Ratatouille, how many of those movies do you think are genuinely Oscar-caliber? Be honest. The interesting thing about this list is that a lot of the movies on it were not very well liked by either critics or audiences. I have yet to meet anyone who genuinely adored Spider Man 3, Rush Hour 3, Pirates 3, Shrek 3, National Treasure 2, Fantastic Four 2, Evan Almighty, Oceans Thirteen, The Simpsons Movie, Bee Movie or Alvin and the Chipmunks, but we all went to see them anyway, presumably because they all rekindled memories of something we did like; they were all either sequels to well-loved movies, or transitions to the screen of icons from TV. I'm afraid I cannot explain the popularity of Wild Hogs; you're on your own with that one.

Transformers was a decent popcorn movie, but "Best Picture" is not shorthand for "Best Picture ever made by Michael Bay".

Live Free Or Die Hard hit all the right buttons, but if its classic progenitor couldn't get a nom, this shouldn't either.

Knocked Up got some good reviews, but it was basically a sexist geek wish fulfillment fantasy that demeaned the intelligence of pretty women to inflate the egos of fat slobs.

Enchanted earns points from me for finally making a blockbuster for young girls, who are often completely ignored by Hollywood, but it only worked because of Amy Adams.

I Am Legend earns this year's "Golden Spitoon" for spitting on Richard Matheson's novel (I will revoke it if, as rumours suggest, an alternate ending was filmed for DVD release which didn't denigrate the original story).

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry and Norbit are widely considered the worst films of the year. Not only were they both homophobic, misogynistic and racist, but they also dared to preach to the audience about wholesome values.

Superbad and Blades of Glory were both decent, but so squarely aimed at young men that they didn't really have much of a chance with anyone else.

Ghost Rider was widely panned by fans of the comic and by critics.

Meet the Robinsons was a decent but forgettable family comedy.

So what's left? Harry Potter, 300, The Bourne Ultimatum and Harspray. The Harry Potter movies are getting better all the time, but not up to Oscar-level yet. That said, fingers crossed, HBP and DH could surprise us all. Hairspray was never going to bear comparison to the Jon Waters original.

So out of all those, I am left with 300 and The Bourne Ultimatum; both good films, both loved by audiences, but Oscar-worthy? Not sure. What do you think?

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Jokelly
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Posted - 01/27/2008 :  23:46:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hmmm, wonder what the studios have stockpiled? If the writer's strike continues, I wonder what will be nominated next year.

It wasn't a great year for movies all around, in my opinion, but I did adore Enchanted. Some were suprised Amy Adams didn't get a nod for it, although she did get a Golden Globe nomination. I don't think it would work with anyone else. This is one I will buy on DVD.

I don't think either HBP or DH will ever get an acting mention. Maybe special effects or sound. It's thought of as a kiddy blockbuster. They're not going to be paying attention to the acting when nominations come around. I do think if HBP's last half is done right, Dan could be worthy, but he'd never get it.

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diricawl
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Posted - 01/28/2008 :  09:25:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Julie Christie, Ruby Dee, Daniel Day Lewis and Javier Bardem all won SAG awards, which puts them ahead in the race for the acting gongs. Looking at the other nominees, I think they look like the surest bets too. Put my money down for them. (maybe not Ruby Dee, but it's either her or Tilda Swinton, and I think she may be too weird for the Academy).

Best Picture/Director will come down to either the Coens or PT Anderson, and who will win depends largely on who gets the Directors' Guild award. Editing almost always goes to the Best Picture winner, so one or the other will get it.

Original screenplay is a virtual lock for Juno, but Adapted is a lot harder. I think it will probably go to There Will Be Blood, as the Cohens already have this Oscar.

Animated feature is tough to call. Ratatouille will be the popular favourite, but there's a question of how much honour is too much for Pixar. Persepolis just might sneak up from behind and snag this one.

Documentary feature tends to go to the most visible and recognized picture, but that's Sicko this year, and the Academy is unlikely to give another Oscar to Michael Moore after what happened last time. With him out, No End In Sight seems like the logical choice.

Foreign film is a poor crop this year; the only one I've even heard of is Mongol, and so I'll have to vote for that one by default.

Art direction and Costume design usually go to sumptuous period epics, so Atonement will probably get them. Cinematography tends to favour epic wide pans over colour and tricks, so Atonement will probably get that one too, for its Normandy beach shot. By the looks of things, it also has score locked.

Makeup is usually easy, but this year it's not. Rick Baker, who won the first ever Makeup Oscar for An American Werewolf in London, would be the normal choice, but the idea of giving an Oscar to Norbit seems too repugnant even for the Academy. No, I think La Vie En Rose will snag it.

I think Enchanted will restore Disney's once-unbeatable streak with Original Song now that Alan "Beauty and the Beast" Menken is back at long last. For which one I can't say.

I predict that Transformers will sweep the technical awards, taking Sound, Sound Effects and Visual Effects.

Here's how I see the night panning out: a five Oscar cull for There Will Be Blood: Picture, Director, Actor, Screenplay and Editing. A four-Oscar haul for Atonement: Costume design, Art direction, Cinematography and Score. And a three-Oscar win for Transformers: Visual Effects, Sound Effects, and Sound.

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Posted - 01/28/2008 :  11:22:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anyone got any guesses about the Westminster Dog Show?

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Posted - 01/28/2008 :  12:44:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Oh dahling haven't you heard? Owlsby's got the gold ribbon locked this year. He found this most adorable little shi-tzu apparently, and I tell you she's been a positive inspiration. They're getting on splendidly.

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Posted - 01/29/2008 :  12:34:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ahhh, I think the Scottish Deerhound, Irish Wolfhound, and Pug have a real chance this year. Anything but one of those nasty little Pekes!

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Oh, don't tell dear Tiff about that! She so loves her little Bette Davis. I mean yes she's had to drown fifteen of the little slattern's puppies, but she does go so well with her mink stole.

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Posted - 01/31/2008 :  21:50:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Oh thank goodness! That's her dog! I wondered why Tiff gave me the evil witch-queen glare when I said the baby looked just like her.

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OK guys, just a bump to let you know I've updated the list with the winners. I didn't even realise the show had taken place.

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I stopped watching the Oscars years ago when I figured out that basically anything I liked didn't get an Oscar. Obviously, that's a gross exaggeration, but I don't think I've seen more than two of the movies on this list. I am glad that Bourne got a few Oscars for technical things since I did really enjoy that movie even if at least once I thought "Are we not done with this action sequence YET?"

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Originally posted by sunsethill

I stopped watching the Oscars years ago when I figured out that basically anything I liked didn't get an Oscar. Obviously, that's a gross exaggeration, but I don't think I've seen more than two of the movies on this list. I am glad that Bourne got a few Oscars for technical things since I did really enjoy that movie even if at least once I thought "Are we not done with this action sequence YET?"

I didn't see any of the movies either-- not even "Ratatouille"!
Know what you mean about extended action sequences, though. That's part of what ruined the Matrix sequels for me. That and the fact that the story disappeared.
I did take a look at the fashion photos. Helen Mirren looked stunning. Daniel Day Lewis looked like a scarecrow he was so thin-- wearing such narrow pant legs didn't help any. Wish I'd seen Steve Carrell and his wife on the red carpet.

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They showed the highlights here last night. I dipped in and out of it... mostly for the dresses I must admit. I thought Marion Cotillard looked beautiful. Her speech was... interesting... but at least she seemed sincere. Cate Blanchett looked fabulous - I looooove her. I am very glad Javier Bardem cut his hair.

There were no real surprises, were there? I've seen so few of the nominated films that it's hard to have an opinion on the results one way or another. There's been a lot of Oscar coverage in the Irish media this year, more than usual because of the fact that there were actually some nominees from our neck of the woods. There's been a lot of fawning over Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova winning Best Song. I'm not a Glen Hansard fan, but it's nice to see a low budget independent film like that get some exposure so good for them. And of course journalists up and down the country are busily claiming Daniel Day-Lewis as an Irish success story - yeah, because I'm sure he was a crap actor until he moved here.

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quote:
Originally posted by Siobhan
Know what you mean about extended action sequences, though. That's part of what ruined the Matrix sequels for me. That and the fact that the story disappeared.

Disappeared and got even weirder and mucho depressing. I was really hoping to forget the last two even exist so I can still enjoy the first movie.

And now as y'all talk about the actual actors, I realize I don't even recognize most of their names. Oh, except Cate Blanchett. It's tough getting old. I recognize the big stars of my parents' day better than most of the new actors. I caught a glimpse of some TV show last night while I was on the computer, and told my husband that the male lead was WAY too young to be doing whatever it was he was doing.

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Don't watch Nickelodeon or Disney Channel live action series, then. You'll be really shocked as well as disappointed.

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quote:
Originally posted by Siobhan

Don't watch Nickelodeon or Disney Channel live action series, then. You'll be really shocked as well as disappointed.

I can just imagine. I saw People's 2007 Sexiest Man issue recently with Matt Damon as their pick. (He was unbelieably funny in his response, which was why I actually read the issue.) I knew I was getting old when all the forty-year-old men were my favorites, and lots of the 50 and 60-year old guys weren't bad.

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