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Update: Golden Globe noms clear nothing up; "Chicago" leads

I'm looking very much forward to "The Hours," and it starts off the Oscar season by picking up the National Board of Review's Best Film award.

Julianne Moore looks like a Best Actress lock for "Far From Heaven"...I expect her to win most of the critics' awards and be the favorite for the Oscar.

Complete list of winners:

TOP TEN FILMS OF 2002 TOP FIVE FOREIGN FILMS OF 2002
1. The Hours -- Best Film
2. Chicago
3. Gangs of New York
4. The Quiet American
5. Adaptation
6. Rabbit-Proof Fence
7. The Pianist
8. Far From Heaven
9. Thirteen Conversations About One Thing
10. Frida

1. Talk to Her --_ Best Foreign Film
2. Y Tu Mama Tambien
3. 8 Women
4. City of God
5. El Crimen del padre Amaro

Best Actor: Campbell Scott, Roger Dodger
Best Actress: Julianne Moore, Far From Heaven
Best Supporting Actor: Chris Cooper, Adaptation
Best Supporting Actress: Kathy Bates, About Schmidt
Best Acting by an Ensemble: Nicholas Nickleby
Breakthrough Performance Actor: Derek Luke, Antwone Fisher
Breakthrough Performance Actress: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Secretary
Best Director: Phillip Noyce, The Quiet American and Rabbit- Proof Fence
Best Directorial Debut: Rob Marshall, Chicago
Screenwriter of the Year: Charlie Kaufman, Adaptation, Confessions of a
Dangerous Mind, Human Nature
Best Documentary: Bowling for Columbine
Best Animated Feature: Miyazaki¹s Spirited Away
Best Film Made for Cable TV: The Laramie Project
Special Award for Visionary Cinematic Achievement: George Lucas
Career Achievement: Christopher Plummer
Special Filmmaking Achievement: George Clooney, Director, Producer, and Star
of Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Career Achievement _ Film Music Composition: Elmer Bernstein
Career Achievement _ Cinematography: Conrad Hall
Humanitarian Award: Sheila Nevins
William K. Everson Award for Film History: Annette Insdorf for her book
³Indelible Shadows: Films and the Holocaust ²
Special Recognition of Films that Reflect the Freedom of Expression:
Ararat, Bloody Sunday, The Grey Zone, Rabbit-Proof Fence

Special Mention for Excellence in Filmmaking
The National Board of Review, in keeping with its long tradition of
recognizing excellence in filmmaking is proud to salute the following films,
crafted by visionary artists which demonstrate the creativity and
determination which have always been vital to the film industry:
Frailty
The Good Girl
The Guys
Heaven
Igby Goes Down
Max
Personal Velocity
Real Women Have Curves
Roger Dodger
Sunshine State
Tadpole
Tully

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bah, I love Julianne Moore, but why did she have to have such a great year this year? lol
I still think Nicole Kidman might win it, as a compilation of last year's Moulin Rouge and this years The Hours.
Then again, Moore also had a great role in The Hours (supposedly, haven't seen the movie yet, unfortunately)...
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Haven't caught that many movies this year...

Julianne Moore... :love:

saw the photo of Meryl/Julianne/Nicole from The Hours. Didn't recognise her at all with the prosthetic nose on. I assume she's the one playing Virginia Woolf.

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I haven't seen most of them some I never heard of but I totally loved Igby Goes Down. We saw it by accident because the movie we wanted to see was sold out and it was actually cool. Hottie Ryan Philippe was great. Macaulley Culkin's brother's a cutie in that Toby McGwyre kinda way. Clair Danes hair all crimped and stuff rocked.

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Does Nicole ming in this film? What am I going to do?

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Six of their Top Ten haven't yet come out...and the other four will never go wide. The gulf between critical and commercial success is sadly widening.

Yep, Nicole plays Woolf, hence the nose. From pictures I've seen, she does ming a bit.

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Noooooooooooooooo! Is she going to be in any other films soon where she looks a little more like her usual self?

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And "Igby Goes Down" was a great movie...that, "The Good Girl," and "Y Tu Mama Tambien" are my favorite movies of this year so far. But, like I said, so many highly-touted movies are coming out in the next couple weeks, and I'll be blowing all my money on them all, so I'll keep you posted.

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Here is Nic as Woolf:


Luna, since she'll be up for every award for this part, I'm sure you'll see her usual gorgeous self at lots of ceremonies.

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Speaking of Oscars will Lord of the Rongs be eligible for Oscar nominations. Didn'r see Roadto Perdition in there.

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DreamWorks will be pushing either "Road to Perdition" or "Catch Me If You Can" as their Best Picture contender. "Perdition" did get some very mixed reviews and middling box office, but judging from the early trade ads coming out it looks as though "Perdition" will be the one to get the most support. Sam Mendes and Paul Newman have Oscar support from the past, and Tom Hanks has a bigger role in "Perdition," and it's got the length and tone of other under-received films that wedged their way into the shortlist (think "The Green Mile"). I think it will probably make the final five.

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And yes...LOTR:TTT will be eligible.

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Six of their Top Ten haven't yet come out...and the other four will never go wide. The gulf between critical and commercial success is sadly widening.
what the critics like might not go down well with the mass - vice versa...

with Streep/Moore/Kidman in the movie, it ought to have a reasonably long playtime in the cinemas when it's released here...


Did anyone watch The Golden Bowl [Uma Thurman/Jeremy Northam] - is it good? It was screened here recently but its run ended b4 i got a chance to catch it.

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am I the only one who is looking forward to Chicago?
The trailer is so cool, I saw the musical and I think the movie will be great

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what the critics like might not go down well with the mass - vice versa...
It never has, but it's getting worse. Movies are either made for mass audiences or the Academy these days...hardly anything comes out for both.

Wong, you're not the only one...I loathe many movie musicals, but "Chicago" is one of my favorite musicals so I'm excited to see a film version. I don't have high hopes...but it is supposed to be very good.

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