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    Rank and discuss the 2001 nominees for Best Picture and Best Director.

    My rankings:

    1) In the Bedroom
    2) Gosford Park
    3) A Beautiful Mind – Well done and got me hooked beggining to end, but there was something missing here.
    4) Moulin Rouge! – It would’ve been my winner if it wasn’t for the final act. Too silly.
    5) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

    1) David Lynch, Mulholland Drive – The best movie of all time.
    2) Robert Altman, Gosford Park
    3) Peter Jackson, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    4) Ron Howard, A Beautiful Mind – Such a thankless directing achievement.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    Definitely agree that Lynch should have won the director award, although that never would have happened in a b-trillion years.
    Really wish Gosford Park was the BP winner that year, or if not that then The Fellowship of the Ring.

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    Probably the worst Picture/Director combo this century, with Howard being the worst individual Director winner post Y2K (Chazelle and Hooper taking the Silver and Bronze, respectively).

    I would’ve rather Jackson and LOTR won this year than 2003.

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    1. Gosford Park
    2. In the Bedroom
    3. LOTR
    4. Moulin Rouge
    5. A Beautiful Mind

    1. David Lynch
    2. Robert Altman
    3. Peter Jackson
    4. Ridley Scott
    5. Ron Howard

    “The art of making art is putting it together...”

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    David Lynch should’ve won and Mulholland Drive deserved to win BP.

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    Pleasantly surprised to see so much support for my preferred combo, as well! Gosford Park/Lynch just makes the most sense. Also agree re: if Jackson & LOTR co had to win, it should not have been for the third film lol.

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