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Golden Globes Nominations

MoFo

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Best Motion 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 Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture 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 Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture - 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 Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy
Bend It Like Beckham
Big Fish
Finding Nemo
Lost In Translation
Love Actually

Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture - 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 Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture -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)
Good Bye, Lenin (Germany)
Monsieur Ibrahim (France)
Osama (Afghanistan)
The Return (Russia)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
Maria Bello The Cooler
Patricia Clarkson Pieces Of April
Hope Davis American Splendor
Holly Hunter Thirteen
Renee Zellweger Cold Mountain

Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
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 - Motion Picture
Sofia 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 - Motion Picture
Sofia Coppola Lost In Translation
Richard Curtis Love Actually
Brian Helgeland Mystic River
Anthony Minghella Cold Mountain
Jim Sheridan & Naomi Sheridan & Kirsten Sheridan In America

Best Original Score - Motion Picture
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 - Motion Picture
"The Heart Of Every Girl" Mona Lisa Smile
Music By: Elton John
Lyrics By: Bernie Taupin
"Into The West" The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King
Music & Lyrics By: Howard Shore, Fran Walsh, Annie Lennox
"Man Of The Hour" Big Fish
Music & Lyrics By: Eddie Vedder
"Time Enough For Tears" In America
Music & Lyrics By: Bono, Gavin Friday And Maurice Seezer
"You Will Be My Ain True Love" Cold Mountain
Music & Lyrics By: Sting

Best Television Series - Drama
24 (Fox)
Csi: Crime Scene Investigation (Cbs)
Nip/Tuck (Fx)
Six Feet Under (Hbo)
The West Wing (Nbc)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series - Drama
Frances Conroy Six Feet Under
Jennifer Garner AliAs
Allison Janney The West Wing
Joely Richardson Nip/Tuck
Amber Tamblyn Joan Of Arcadia

Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - 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 Television Series - Musical Or Comedy
Arrested Development (Fox)
Monk (Usa)
The Office (Bbc America)
Sex And The City (Hbo)
Will & Grace (Nbc)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series - Musical Or 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 Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Musical Or 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 Motion Picture Made For Television
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 Performance By An Actress In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television
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 Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television
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 Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
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 Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
Sean Hayes Will & Grace
Lee Pace Soldier's Girl
Ben Shenkman Angels In America
Patrick Wilson Angels In America
Jeffrey Wright Angels In America
 

Soundstream

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Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture Drama - Scarlett Johansson - "Girl With A Pearl Earring"

You so know there is going to be an adult video with the title "Girl With A Pearl Necklace" (although I bet there already is one). ;)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture Drama - Evan Rachel Wood - "Thirteen"
I am really waiting to see this. It is out at the end of January on DVD.

Best Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy - "Bend It Like Beckham"
I don't mean to sound elitist, but this movie is underappreciated by people who have not lived in the British culture. Plenty of "local" jokes in it. But because of this, I don't think it will get the respect it deserves.

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series - Drama
- "Amber Tamblyn" (Joan Of Arcadia)

I don't think she will win this category, but I do think that this show has some potential.

Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy - "The Office"
This show is absolutely brilliant.

No Gilimore Girls nominations? There must be a mistake. ;)

Cheers ... Ian :)
 

bitchass

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Originally posted by MoFo
Comments?

Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy
Arrested Development (Fox)
Monk (Usa)
The Office (Bbc America)
Sex And The City (Hbo)
Will & Grace (Nbc)


Arrested Development is hilarious! One of my favorite shows!
 
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Chubbs

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No, the Office HAS to win that award.

One of the funniest shows i've seen in ages... Right up there with Curb your Enthusiasm in my books.

But its all british humour, which doesnt tend to get understood/appreciated all too well over here
 

bitchass

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i borrowed my friends THE OFFICE dvd set and found it pretty funny but not the best ever. Curb your enthusiasm is funnier:)

Arrested Development strikes me as one of those shows that no one has seen on Fox because its hidden away in some weird timeslot but will have phenomenal success when its rerun on showcase
 

rejenerate

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Originally posted by el presidente Highsteppa
I kept hearing that Cold Mountain wasn't that good. Huh. Maybe it is after all.
It's not that good...it only got nominations because of all the heavyweights involved.

~jen
 
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Stormshadow

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Re: Re: Golden Globes Nominations

Originally posted by Soundstream
Best Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy - "Bend It Like Beckham"
I don't mean to sound elitist, but this movie is underappreciated by people who have not lived in the British culture. Plenty of "local" jokes in it. But because of this, I don't think it will get the respect it deserves.
Doesn't the fact that it was nominated for a Golden Globe mean that it is getting the respect it deserves?
 

Soundstream

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Re: Re: Re: Golden Globes Nominations

Originally posted by Stormshadow
Doesn't the fact that it was nominated for a Golden Globe mean that it is getting the respect it deserves?
No. It deserves to win. So only when it wins, will it get the respect that it deserves. ;)

Cheers ... Ian :)
 

PRIMAL

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Originally posted by kmac
Bastard? Man, I need to see seasons 2 and 3 already.
I KNOW! Fuck off Showcase and start showing them.

There's no reason for them to wait. None at all!
 
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kmac

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Originally posted by PRIMAL
I KNOW! Fuck off Showcase and start showing them.

There's no reason for them to wait. None at all!
Assholes. I hope they don't do the same thing that they did with Curb Your Enthusiasm.

And HBO should get their asses in gear and put out season 2 on DVD already.

:mad:
 
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Scarlett

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i haven't seen it...but because he's been hyped by the media in 2003 i have a feeling Mr. Cruise is gonna get the Best Actor.

If Jude Law gets it instead...woo!
 

kerouacdude

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The truth behind the Golden Globes

Sunday, December 14, 2003 Posted: 1928 GMT ( 3:28 AM HKT)

LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- A new documentary questions how much gold there really is in the Golden Globes, the first big party in Hollywood's awards season.

Show-business insiders already know the story laid out in "The Golden Globes: Hollywood's Dirty Little Secret," which debuts on the Trio cable channel Sunday night, four days before the Golden Globe nominations are announced.

But casual viewers of the annual awards show might be surprised to learn that a relatively small group of foreign journalists hand out the Golden Globes and that many are only part-time entertainment reporters for obscure print or online outlets.

"It's an emperor-has-no clothes story," said Vikram Jayanti, the documentary's director-narrator. "We all think it's like an august organization with hundreds of really reputable film journalists and critics."

In reality, the group behind the Golden Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, has about 90 members, and many have reputations more as star-struck fans and moochers than serious reporters, the documentary says.

Interviewed for the documentary, L.A. Weekly film critic John Powers said the group's members are "essentially just bottom-feeders around the industry, who've somehow been inflated to this point where their judgment is supposed to be very, very important."

Jayanti also interviewed producers and other journalists who questioned the validity of the Golden Globes, saying the HFPA voters are more interested in getting royal treatment from stars and studios than in honoring film achievements.

Each year, studios arrange elaborate meals where HFPA members can hobnob with directors and actors on films angling for Academy Awards and other movie honors. If stars and filmmakers fail to turn up for a schmooze session with the HFPA, it generally kills a movie's chances for Golden Globe nominations, which draw attention that can boost a film's Oscar prospects.

NBC will air the 61st annual Golden Globes live January 25, about a month before the Oscars. The nominations are scheduled to be announced December 18.

HFPA members declined Jayanti's request for interviews in the documentary. Lorenzo Soria, HFPA's president, said he has seen Jayanti's documentary and that the group was right not to cooperate.

"We have had many experiences in the past of people approaching us intending to do a fair presentation of who we are and what we do, and somehow, it seems to be a sport to do a hatchet job on the organization," Soria told The Associated Press. "I think that our suspicion in this particular case was correct."

Lauren Zalaznick, Trio president, said the documentary was not meant as an indictment of the Golden Globes but a peek into the media's broader role in Hollywood's marketing machine.

"It's a lot more of a statement about the industry of awards and what drives them," Zalaznick said.

While the Golden Globes fell into disrepute in the early 1980s for naming Pia Zadora newcomer of the year for her movie bomb "Butterfly," the awards have gained some respect in recent years for honoring daring performances.

Hilary Swank's gender-bending role in "Boys Don't Cry" earned her an Academy Award, a prize she might not have received without an earlier Golden Globe win that caught the attention of generally more conservative Oscar voters.

"Even though the Golden Globe people are by and large idiots," critic Powers says in the documentary, "they often make better choices than the Oscars."
 
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