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this list is incorrect. Seems like BAFTA nominations got mixed in.
"Drive" Lon Bender and Victor Ray Ennis
"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" Ren Klyce
"Hugo" Philip Stockton and Eugene Gearty
"Transformers: Dark of the Moon" Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl
"War Horse" Richard Hymns and Gary Rydstrom
"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
David Parker, Michael Semanick, Ren Klyce and Bo Persson
Tom Fleischman and John Midgley
Deb Adair, Ron Bochar, David Giammarco and Ed Novick
"Transformers: Dark of the Moon"
Greg P. Russell, Gary Summers, Jeffrey J. Haboush and Peter J. Devlin
Gary Rydstrom, Andy Nelson, Tom Johnson and Stuart Wilson
Not sure what else in incorrect.
I give this list one rotten tomato.
Jan 27 - 02:31 PM
Andy Serkis deserves some kind of recognition from the academy for his ability to portray motion captured characters brilliantly. The whole, "have to be physically on screen to be eligible," is a down right slap in the face to an amazing actor like Andy. Go Caesar and Gollum!
Jan 27 - 06:06 PM
Every year at the Oscars there is always a movie that get's jibed. Drive is this years movie.
Jan 27 - 06:36 PM
That can be said for a few films this year, what's worse is they are all being slapped in the face with extremely loud and incredibly rude's nomination
Jan 27 - 07:38 PM
Just saw "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" and I gotta say, why was this movie nominated for ANYTHING? A smart, capable little boy loses his father, finds a key that belongs to him, and goes off on a quest (with a friend he meets along the way) to find out what the key unlocks. Am I the only one who thinks this sounds an awful lot like "Hugo"? Slap on the cliches, make the friend an old man instead of a love interest and tug a hell of a lot harder at the heartstings and you have this sad, obvious movie (that is about virtually nothing but grief and how we overcome it). Now since we already have "Hugo" up for best picture, couldn't this spot have been given to "Drive" or "Take Shelter"? Does the fact that Max Von Sydow is an icon entitle him to a nomination when Albert Brooks was obviously better? I haven't been this annoyed with a movie since "The Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons" (screenwriter, Eric Roth's other "masterpiece"). Does this guy just go looking for novels with long pretentious titles and make them into tedious, cliche's now?
Jan 27 - 09:36 PM
Jan 27 - 11:29 PM
#10 Best Picture Nominate should be X Men First Class -_-
Jan 28 - 01:41 AM
wtf are you talkin about???!!!You must be joking
Jan 29 - 12:24 PM
What happened with "Drive"? One of the best films I've seen in while!!!!!
Jan 28 - 05:44 AM
What about "Drive"????
Jan 28 - 05:48 AM
This is bullshit. They nominated War Horse for Best picture but not 50/50 or The Ides of March? I know the Oscars have a tendency to snub comedy, but 50-50 was a heartrending film. And The Ides of March had only one nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay? It better win that one.
Jan 28 - 07:06 AM
How could melissa macarthy get an oscar nom i mean come on that would be like giving a best documentery nom to jackass
Jan 28 - 08:34 AM
What about 50/50?
Jan 28 - 09:19 AM
Why are so many people upset over Harry Potter? The movie did get four nominations, even if they weren't for Best Picture.
I really liked the movie, but I'm not that surprised it wasn't nominated for Best Picture.
Jan 28 - 10:22 AM
Why if HP got better percentage(96)
and movies like The help with 76 got nominated ?
the only movie with percentage better than HP is The Artist
So why the fuck didn't get nominated i mean 10 years not even win a single thing...
and yes i am little mad right now
Jan 28 - 11:09 AM
I knew Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol wouldn't make it on there because it was a popcorn flick...but that movie was by far my favorite this year :)
Jan 28 - 12:00 PM
Overall it wasnt a really great year so yes mi4 was one of my favorites too along with sherlock holmes and the descendants
Jan 29 - 12:29 PM
Okay...I just saw The Artist. Prior to taking my seat in the theater I had proudly touted "Midnight In Paris" as my personal pick for Best Picture. Now fast foward a few hours later and I have been completely blown away by what I just saw, thus kicking Paris down a notch but putting "The Artist" firmly in the #1 position. Maybe, even the best movie this decade. (still have one more nom to watch.... "The Descendents".
Jan 28 - 05:44 PM
Why in the world are there only two song nominations? Who are these "A Cat In Paris." movies that we never heard about? What about Drive or HP Part 2 for Best Picture? Where is Tintin For Best Animated Film? Most of the nominees are acceptable like Octavia Spencer for The Help who possibly will win but most of this is just balony. Bridesmaids gets nominated for 2 oscars? Puss in Boots nominated for Best Animated Film? I liked it but the ending was so cliche and predictable. Why the hell is there 9 nominations for best picture? Was the academy bored of watching good films? Who is that guy from A Better Life which is a film I never heard of and how is he nominated with Best Actor?
Paradise Lost 3: Pugatory? A Sequel that is nominated for Best Documentry WHAT!? Good God they screwed up big time. But Hey, MONEYBALL IS NOMINATED FOR BEST PICTURE!
Jan 29 - 12:45 PM
Firstly, where the hell is Joseph Gordon-Levitt?! One of the best performances of the year! Secondly, where's Drive?
And I haven't seen The Artist but it better be bloody good!
Jan 29 - 02:18 PM
Harry Potter for Best Picture? Score? Alan Rickman for Supporting? What drugs were the academy taking when they put in Extremely Loud??
Jan 29 - 03:11 PM
50/50 nominated for... nothing. WHAT?!
Jan 29 - 03:43 PM
P.S What about Rutger Hauer in Hobo With A Shotgun? He Was Phenomenal in That one!
Jan 29 - 04:12 PM
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