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Best Picture - Drama

"Cold Mountain"

"The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King"

"Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World"

"Mystic River"

"Seabiscuit."

 

Best Actress - Drama

Cate Blanchett, "Veronica Guerin"

Nicole Kidman, "Cold Mountain"

Scarlett Johansson, "Girl With a Pearl Earring"

Charlize Theron, "Monster"

Uma Thurman, "Kill Bill ? Vol. 1"

Evan Rachel Wood, "thirteen"

 

Best Actor - Drama

Russell Crowe, "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World"

Tom Cruise, "The Last Samurai"

Ben Kingsley, "House of Sand and Fog"

Jude Law, "Cold Mountain"

Sean Penn, "Mystic River."

 

Best Picture - Musical or Comedy

"Bend It Like Beckham"

"Big Fish"

"Finding Nemo"

"Lost in Translation"

"Love Actually"

 

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

Jamie Lee Curtis, "Freaky Friday"

Scarlett Johansson, "Lost in Translation"

Diane Keaton, "Something?s Gotta Give"

Diane Lane, "Under the Tuscan Sun"

Helen Mirren, "Calendar Girls."

 

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

Jack Black, "School of Rock"

Johnny Depp, "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl"

Bill Murray, "Lost in Translation"

Jack Nicholson, "Something?s Gotta Give"

Billy Bob Thornton, "Bad Santa."

 

Best Foreign Language Film

"The Barbarian Invasions," Canada

"Goodbye, Lenin!" Germany

"Monsieur Ibrahim,? France

"Osama," Afghanistan

"Return," Russia

 

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Maria Bello, "The Cooler"

Patricia Clarkson, "Pieces of April"

Hope Davis, "American Splendor"

Holly Hunter, "thirteen"

Renee Zellweger, "Cold Mountain."

 

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Alec Baldwin, "The Cooler"

Albert Finney, "Big Fish"

William H. Macy, "Seabiscuit"

Tim Robbins, "Mystic River"

Peter Sarsgaard, "Shattered Glass"

Ken Watanabe, "The Last Samurai."

 

Best Director

Sophia Coppola - "Lost in Translation"

Clint Eastwood, "Mystic River"

Peter Jackson, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King"

Anthony Minghella, "Cold Mountain"

Peter Weir, "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World."

 

Best Screenplay

Sofia Coppola, "Lost in Translation"

Richard Curtis, "Love Actually"

Brian Helgeland, "Mystic River"

Anthony Minghella, "Cold Mountain"

Jim Sheridan, Naomi Sheridan and Kirsten Sheridan, "In America."

 

Best Original Score

Alexandre Desplat, "Girl With a Pearl Earring"

Danny Elfman, "Big Fish"

Howard Shore, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King"

Gabriel Yared, "Cold Mountain"

Hans Zimmer, "The Last Samurai."

 

Best Original Song

"The Heart of Every Girl" from "Mona Lisa Smile," music by Elton John, lyrics by Bernie Taupin

"Into the West" from "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," by Howard Shore, Fran Walsh and Annie Lennox

"Man of the Hour" from "Big Fish," by Eddie Vedder

"Time Enough for Tears" from "In America," by Bono, Gavin Friday and Maurice Seezer

"You Will Be My Ain True Love" from "Cold Mountain," by Sting.

 

 

TELEVISION

 

Best Series - Drama

"24," Fox

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS

"Nip/Tuck," FX

"Six Feet Under," HBO

"The West Wing," NBC.

 

Best Actress - Drama

Frances Conroy, "Six Feet Under"

Jennifer Garner, "Alias"

Allison Janney, "The West Wing"

Joely Richardson, "Nip/Tuck"

Amber Tamblyn, "Joan of Arcadia"

 

Best Actor - Drama

Michael Chiklis, "The Shield"

Anthony LaPaglia, "Without a Trace"

William Petersen, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"

Martin Sheen, "The West Wing"

Kiefer Sutherland, "24."

 

Best Series - Musical or Comedy

"Arrested Development," Fox

"Monk," USA

"The Office," BBC America

"Sex and the City," HBO

"Will & Grace," NBC.

 

Best Actress - Comedy

Bonnie Hunt, "Life With Bonnie"

Reba McEntire, "Reba"

Debra Messing, "Will & Grace"

Sarah Jessica Parker, "Sex and the City"

Bitty Schram, "Monk"

Alicia Silverstone, "Miss Match."

 

Best Actor - Comedy

Ricky Gervais, "The Office"

Matt LeBlanc, "Friends"

Bernie Mac, "The Bernie Mac Show"

Eric McCormack, "Will & Grace"

Tony Shalhoub, "Monk."

 

Best Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie

"Angels in America," HBO

"My House in Umbria," HBO

"Normal," HBO

"Soldier?s Girl," Showtime

"Tennessee Williams? The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone," Showtime.

 

Best Actress - Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie

Judy Davis, "The Reagans"

Jessica Lange, "Normal"

Helen Mirren, "Tennessee Williams? The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone"

Maggie Smith, "My House in Umbria"

Meryl Streep, "Angels in America."

 

Best Actor - Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie

Antonio Banderas, "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself"

James Brolin, "The Reagans"

Troy Garity, "Soldier?s Girl"

Al Pacino, "Angels in America"

Tom Wilkinson, "Normal."

 

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Kim Cattrall, "Sex and the City"

Kristin Davis, "Sex and the City"

Megan Mullally, "Will & Grace"

Cynthia Nixon, "Sex and the City"

Mary-Louise Parker, "Angels in America."

 

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Sean Hayes, "Will & Grace"

Lee Pace, "Soldier?s Girl"

Ben Shenkman, "Angels in America"

Patrick Wilson, "Angels in America"

Jeffrey Wright, "Angels in America."

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Originally posted by ChoiceStriker@Dec 18 2003, 11:56 AM

And as someone else pointed out, how in the hell can Scarlett Johannson be nominated for both best actress and best supporting actress FOR THE SAME ROLE!?!

I don't see that. I see Scarlett nominated for Best Actress in two categories for two different films...

 

But, yeah, no Sean Astin is a joke.

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Funny you should mention Uma, because that to me was one of the most striking nominations on the list. I loved the movie, and I loved Uma in it, but as far as stretching her acting chops, I'm not sure this role did that. She pretty much played a cold-blooded, implacable killer from start to finish. There wasn't a lot of personal growth or emotional conflict, or even much complexity to the character. I was surprised to see her name on the list for that reason.

 

Again, it was one of my favorite movies of the year and if she was up for most impressive stunt-work or best action sequences by a female or something then I would be the first to say she deserves it. But as wonderful as the role was, I was quite taken aback to see her get a best actress nom from it.

 

But hey, anything that brings accolades or attention to the film is fine by me. Just thought it was curious, that's all.

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Hehe, I have to agree with you that it might not have been the most challenging role in the world for Uma, but just as you said, I'm really just happy to see her and the film get some recognition.

 

Really though, every time I've seen the movie, I still get chills when the Bride wakes up, realizes her baby is gone and screams. Hell, I get chills just thinking about it. But that's just me.

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Originally posted by ChoiceStriker@Dec 18 2003, 02:15 PM

Really though, every time I've seen the movie, I still get chills when the Bride wakes up, realizes her baby is gone and screams. Hell, I get chills just thinking about it. But that's just me.

Yeah, I think that's an outstanding bit of work in that scene. I do think it's a strong performance in general, but then again I think that physical performance counts a lot and you almost never see that recognized in these award shows :)

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