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    Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture:
    Iron Man 3″
    Man of Steel
    Thor: The Dark World
    The Wolverine

    Best Science Fiction Film:
    Ender’s Game
    Gravity
    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Pacific Rim
    Riddick
    Star Trek Into Darkness

    Best Fantasy Film:
    About Time
    Her
    The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Jack the Giant Slayer
    Oz The Great and Powerful
    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

    Best Horror Film:
    Carrie
    The Conjuring
    Mama
    The Purge
    This is the End
    Warm Bodies

    Best Thriller Film:
    The Call
    The East
    Now You See Me
    The Place Beyond the Pines
    Prisoners
    World War Z’

    Best Action/Adventure Film:
    The Book Thief
    Fast & Furious 6″
    Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
    The Lone Ranger
    Lone Survivor
    Rush

    Best Actor:
    Robert Downey, Jr. – Iron Man 3″
    Oscar Isaac – Inside Llewyn Davis
    Simon Pegg  – The World’s End’
    Joaquin Phoenix – Her
    Brad Pitt – World War Z’
    Ben Stiller – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

    Best Actress:
    Halle Barry – The Call
    Sandra Bullock – Gravity
    Martina Gedeck – The Wall
    Jennifer Lawrence – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Emma Thompson – Saving Mr. Banks
    Mia Wasikowska – Stoker

    Best Supporting Actor:
    Daniel Bruhl – Rush
    George Clooney – Gravity
    Benedict Cumberbatch – Star Trek Into Darkness
    Harrison Ford – Ender’s Game
    Tom Hiddleston – Thor: The Dark World
    Ben Kingsley – Iron Man 3″
    Bill Nighy – About Time

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Scarlett Johansson – Her
    Nicole Kidman – Stoker
    Melissa Leo – Prisoners
    Evangeline Lily – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Jena Malone – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Emily Watson – ‘The Book Thief

    Best Performance by a Younger Actor:
    Asa Butterfield – Ender’s Game
    Chloe Grace Moretz – Carrie
    Sophie Nelisse – The Book Thief
    Saoirse Ronan – How I Live Now
    Ty Simpkins – Iron Man 3″
    Dylan Sprayberry – Man of Steel

    Best Director:
    J.J. Abrams – Star Trek Into Darkness
    Peter Berg – Lone Survivor
    Alfonso Cuaron – Gravity
    Peter Jackson –  The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Francis Lawrence – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Guillermo del Toro – Pacific Rim

    Best Writing:
    Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson, Guillermo del Toro – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Joel Coen, Ethan Coen – Inside Llewyn Davis
    Alfonso Cuaron, Jonas Cuaron – Gravity
    Jennifer Lee – Frozen
    Spike Jonze – Her
    Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg – The World’s End

    Best Editing:
    Peter Amundson, John Gilroy – Pacific Rim
    Alan Edward Bell – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Alfonso Cuaron,Mark Sanger – Gravity
    Mark Day – About Time
    Daniel P. Hanley, Mike Hill Rush, Christian Wagner, Kelly Matsumoto, Dylan Highsmith – Fast & Furious 6″

    Best Production Design:
    Dan Hennah – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Philip Messina – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Andrew Neskoromny, Carol Spier – Pacific Rim
    Andy Nicholson – Gravity
    Jan Roelfs – 47 Ronin
    Robert Stromberg – Oz The Great and Powerful

    Best Music:
    Danny Elfman – Oz The Great and Powerful
    Frank Ilfman – Big Bad Wolves
    Howard Shore – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Brian Tyler – Iron Man 3″
    Brian Tyler – Now You See Me
    John Williams – The Book Thief

    Best Costume:
    Gary Jones – Oz The Great and Powerful
    Michael Kaplan – Star Trek Into Darkness
    Wendy Partridge – Thor: The Dark World
    Beatrix Aruna Pasztor – Great Expectations
    Penny Rose – 47 Ronin
    Trish Summerville – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    Best Make-Up:
    Patrick Baxter, Jane O’Kane,Roger Murray – Evil Dead
    Rick Findlater, Richard Taylor, Peter King – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Howard Berger, Jamie Kelman, Peter Montagn – Lone Survivor
    Donald Mowat – Prisoners
    Fae Hammond, Mark Coulier,Kirstin Chalmers – Rush
    Karen Cohen, David White, Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou – Thor: The Dark World

    Best Special/Visual Effects:
    Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk, Neil Corbould – Gravity
    Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon,David Clayton, Eric Reynolds -The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Joe Letteri, John Desjardin,Dan Lemmon – Man of Steel
    John Knoll, James E. Price,Clay Pinney, Rocco Larizza – Pacific Rim
    Roger Guyett, Patrick Tubach, Ben Grossman, Burt Dalton – Star Trek Into Darkness
    Jake Morrison, Paul Corbould, Mark Breakspear – Thor: The Dark World

    Best Independent Film:
    12 Years a Slave
    Great Expectations
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    The Invisible Woman
    Out of the Furnace
    Upside Down

    Best International Film:
    Big Bad Wolves
    Blancanieves
    A Hijacking
    How I Live Now
    Stoker The World’s End

    Best Animated Film:
    Despicable Me 2
    From Up on Poppy Hill
    Frozen
    Monsters University

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    Riley
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    The Saturn Awards used to award “genre” fare, whatever that means, but now I have no idea what they are doing.  How are Saving Mr. Banks, Inside Llewyn Davis and the entire “independent film” category genre at all?  Was it just an excuse to nominate the Best Picture?  Even Prisoners and Frozen are pushing it.

    But Catching Fire got a lead actress nomination, so nothing else really matters.

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    It’s nice to a Supporting Actress list with both Nicole Kidman (Stoker) and Melisa Leo (Prisoners), not to mention Scarlett Johansson (Her). Kidman and Leo are my top two favs of 2013 and were completely shunned during awards season. 

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    Frozen has a main character with cryokinesis. That’s genre for sure. No push needed.

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    How is Her fantasy though? Sure, it has sci-fi elements in it… But fantasy?

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    Nice to see Man of Steel getting some love… not enough, though. Cavill, Adams and Shannon should’ve also been mentioned as well. All were on par with the original 1978 classic. Also directing, writing, editing and music should’ve been theirs, too. Despite snubs for Hutcherson, Hoffman, Sutherland and Banks, this is a class of 2013 lineup that equals favorably with the mostly Indie Spirits-esque Oscar lineup this time around.

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    The Saturn Awards always have weird nominations but including “Inside Llewyn Davis” might be the strangest thing they’ve done.

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    Best Music:
    Danny Elfman – Oz The Great and Powerful
    Frank Ilfman – Big Bad Wolves
    Howard Shore – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Brian Tyler – Iron Man 3″
    Brian Tyler – Now You See Me
    John Williams – The Book Thief

     

    Now here’s one I havent seen. Anybody catch this one?  Likely wont play in my area until later in the year.                                                                   

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    I like how they got more unconvential choices, but how are Inside Llewyn Davis or Saving Mr.  Banks qualifing for action/fantasy/sci-fi?

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    Maybe they nominated “Saving Mr. Banks” because it’s about the making or “Mary Poppins”, a movie with fantasy elements. Last year, they nominated “Hitchcock” which was about the making of a horror movie.

    Of course my explanation doesn’t make sense, but I’m just trying to understand. I can’t think of a reason for including “Inside Llewyn Davis”.

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    Best Music:
    Frank Ilfman – Big Bad Wolves

    Now here’s one I havent seen. Anybody catch this one?  Likely wont play in my area until later in the year.

    Played.  Past tense. A look-see at http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=bigbadwolves.htm reveals this appears to be an Israeli movie. 79% on RT, didn’t play in more than 7 theaters at a time during its January to late-February run and ended with a gross of $25,889. Wait til video, then…

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    [quote=”babypook”]

    Best Music:
    Frank Ilfman – Big Bad Wolves

    Now here’s one I havent seen. Anybody catch this one?  Likely wont play in my area until later in the year.

    Played.  Past tense. A look-see at http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=bigbadwolves.htm reveals this appears to be an Israeli movie. 79% on RT, didn’t play in more than 7 theaters at a time during its January to late-February run and ended with a gross of $25,889. Wait til video, then…

    [/quote]

    And those are the reasons I want to see it. I’m in Canada. This delayed thing happens to most of us all the time.

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    Awards are this Thursday, so predictions, please:

    Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture: Man of Steel
    Best Science Fiction Film: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Fantasy Film: Her 
    Best Horror Film: This is the End
    Best Thriller: World War Z
    Best Action/Adventure Film: Fast & Furious 6
    Best Actor: Joaquin Phoenix – Her 
    Best Actress: Sandra Bullock – Gravity or Jennifer Lawrence – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Supporting Actor: Benedict Cumberbatch – Star Trek Into Darkness
    Best Supporting Actress: Scarlett Johansson – Her
    Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Chloe Grace Moretz – Carrie
    Best Director: Francis Lawrence – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Writing: Jennifer Lee – Frozen or Spike Jonze – Her
    Best Editing: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Production Design: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Music: Brian Tyler – Iron Man 3
    Best Costume: Trish Summerville – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Make-Up: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Best Special/Visual Effects: Gravity (not by choice; Man of Steel SHOULD win)
    Best Independent Film: 12 Years a Slave
    Best International Film: How I Live Now
    Best Animated Film: Frozen 

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    Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture: Iron Man 3″

    Best Science Fiction Film: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    Best Fantasy Film: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    Best Horror Film: The Conjuring

    Best Thriller Film: World War Z’

    Best Action/Adventure Film: Lone Survivor

    Best Actor: Brad Pitt – World War Z’

    Best Actress: Sandra Bullock – Gravity

    Best Supporting Actor: Benedict Cumberbatch – Star Trek Into Darkness

    Best Supporting Actress: Evangeline Lily – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Sophie Nelisse – The Book Thief

    Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron – Gravity

    Best Writing: Spike Jonze – Her

    Best Editing: Alfonso Cuaron,Mark Sanger – Gravity

    Best Production Design: Dan Hennah – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    Best Music: Howard Shore – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    Best Costume: Gary Jones – Oz The Great and Powerful

    Best Make-Up: Rick Findlater, Richard Taylor, Peter King – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    Best Special/Visual Effects: Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk, Neil Corbould – Gravity

    Best Independent Film: Inside Llewyn Davis

    Best International Film: Big Bad Wolves

    Best Animated Film: Frozen

    Result: 11/22

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    and the winners are:

    Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture: Iron Man 3
    Best Science Fiction Film: Gravity 
    Best Fantasy Film: Her
    Best Horror Film: The Conjuring
    Best Thriller Film: World War Z’
    Best Action/Adventure Film: Fast & Furious 6
    Best Actor: Robert Downey Jr – Iron Man 3
    Best Actress: Sandra Bullock – Gravity
    Best Supporting Actor: Ben Kingsley – Iron Man 3
    Best Supporting Actress: Scarlett Johansson – Her
    Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Chloe Grace Moretz – Carrie
    Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron – Gravity
    Best Writing: Spike Jonze – Her
    Best Editing: Alfonso Cuaron,Mark Sanger – Gravity
    Best Production Design: Dan Hennah – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
    Best Music: Frank Ilfman – Big Bad Wolves
    Best Costume: Trish Summerville – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    Best Make-Up: Donald Mowat – Prisoners
    Best Special/Visual Effects: Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk, Neil Corbould – Gravity
    Best Independent Film: 12 Years a Slave
    Best International Film: Big Bad Wolves
    Best Animated Film: Frozen 

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