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  • JayDF
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    Thoughts on…

    (2001)

    Nice additions of “Amélie”, “Memento” & “Shrek” in picture. Same for Watts, McGregor, Buscemi & Pearce in the acting cats. Pearce was a just miss for that in 2000 for me. Another like for “Memento” is you giving it the editing category.


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    2001 –

    Picture: “Y Tu Mamá También”, “Amélie”, “Gosford Park”, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, “Shrek”

    Director: Robert Altman -“Gosford Park”, Wes Anderson -“The Royal Tennenbaums”, Joel Coen -“The Man Who Wasn’t There”, Alfonso Cuarón -“Y Tu Mamá También”, Richard Kelly -“Donnie Darko”

    Leading Actor: Tom Wilkinson -“In the Bedroom”, Jake Gyllenhaal -“Donnie Darko”, Gene Hackman -“The Royal Tennenbaums”, Ewan McGregor -“Moulin Rouge!”, John Cameron Mitchell -“Hedwig and the Angry Inch”

    Leading Actress: Naomi Watts -“Mulholland Drive”, Stockard Channing -“The Business of Strangers”, Judi Dench -“Iris”, Isabelle Huppert -“The Piano Teacher”, Sissy Spacek -“In the Bedroom”

    Supporting Actor: Ben Kingsley -“Sexy Beast”, Jim Broadbent -“Iris”, Steve Buscemi -“Ghost World”, Ethan Hawke -“Training Day”, Tony Shalhoub -“The Man Who Wasn’t There”

    Supporting Actress: Helen Mirren -“Gosford Park”, Jennifer Coolidge -“Legally Blonde”, Fionnula Flanagan -“The Others”, Maggie Smith -“Gosford Park”, Marisa Tomei -“In the Bedroom”


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    2001 –

    Loved to see Alfonso Cuarón, Naomi Watts, Isabelle Huppert and Gene Hackman.


    Carlos
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    2001 –

    Picture: “Y Tu Mamá También”, “Amélie”, “Gosford Park”, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, “Shrek”

    Director: Robert Altman -“Gosford Park”, Wes Anderson -“The Royal Tennenbaums”, Joel Coen -“The Man Who Wasn’t There”, Alfonso Cuarón -“Y Tu Mamá También”, Richard Kelly -“Donnie Darko”

    Leading Actor: Tom Wilkinson -“In the Bedroom”, Jake Gyllenhaal -“Donnie Darko”, Gene Hackman -“The Royal Tennenbaums”, Ewan McGregor -“Moulin Rouge!”, John Cameron Mitchell -“Hedwig and the Angry Inch”

    Leading Actress: Naomi Watts -“Mulholland Drive”, Stockard Channing -“The Business of Strangers”, Judi Dench -“Iris”, Isabelle Huppert -“The Piano Teacher”, Sissy Spacek -“In the Bedroom”

    Supporting Actor: Ben Kingsley -“Sexy Beast”, Jim Broadbent -“Iris”, Steve Buscemi -“Ghost World”, Ethan Hawke -“Training Day”, Tony Shalhoub -“The Man Who Wasn’t There”

    Supporting Actress: Helen Mirren -“Gosford Park”, Jennifer Coolidge -“Legally Blonde”, Fionnula Flanagan -“The Others”, Maggie Smith -“Gosford Park”, Marisa Tomei -“In the Bedroom”

    This Is the movie México and Alfonso Cuaron should have won the Oscar Best picture and director
    Naomi Watts, Helen Mirren are my winners too.


    JayDF
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    This Is the movie México and Alfonso Cuaron should have won the Oscar Best picture and director
    Naomi Watts, Helen Mirren are my winners too.

    Cuarón, Watts & Mirren did amazing work here. “Gosford Park” in pic, Cuarón for director, Huppert & Smith were right on their tails for those for me.

    You should start posting your ballots! If not nominations then winners! I’d love to read them. 🙂


    Carlos
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    2000
    Best Picture:
    Gladiator (winner)
    Requiem for a Dream
    Billy Elliot
    Dancer in the Dark
    O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    Best Director
    Alejandro González Iñarritu- Amores Perros (winner)
    Ang Lee- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Darren Aronofsky- Requiem for a Dream
    Stephen Daldry- Billy Elliot
    Ridley Scott- Gladiator

    Best Actor
    Javier Bardem- Antes que anochezca (winner)
    Geoffrey Rush- Quills
    Jamie Bell- Billy Elliot
    Russell Crowe- Gladiator
    Michael Douglas- Wonder Boys

    Best Actress
    Ellen Burstyn- Requiem for a Dream (winner)
    Renee Zellweger- Nurse Betty
    Laura Linney- You Can Count On Me
    Michelle Yeoh- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Björk- Dancer in the Dark

    Best supporting actor
    Willem Dafoe- Shadow of the Vampire (winner)
    Gael García Bernal- Amores Perros
    Joaquin Phoenix- Gladiator
    David Morse- Dancer in the Dark
    Mark Ruffalo- You Can Count On Me

    Best supporting actress-
    Marcia Gay Harden- Pollock (winner)
    Ziyi Zhang- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Judi Dench- Chocolat
    Frances McDormand- Almost Famous
    Julie Walters- Billy Elliot


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    2000
    Best Picture:
    Gladiator (winner)
    Requiem for a Dream
    Billy Elliot
    Dancer in the Dark
    O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    Best Director
    Alejandro González Iñarritu- Amores Perros (winner)
    Ang Lee- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Darren Aronofsky- Requiem for a Dream
    Stephen Daldry- Billy Elliot
    Ridley Scott- Gladiator

    Best Actor
    Javier Bardem- Antes que anochezca (winner)
    Geoffrey Rush- Quills
    Jamie Bell- Billy Elliot
    Russell Crowe- Gladiator
    Michael Douglas- Wonder Boys

    Best Actress
    Ellen Burstyn- Requiem for a Dream (winner)
    Renee Zellweger- Nurse Betty
    Laura Linney- You Can Count On Me
    Michelle Yeoh- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Björk- Dancer in the Dark

    Best supporting actor
    Willem Dafoe- Shadow of the Vampire (winner)
    Gael García Bernal- Amores Perros
    Joaquin Phoenix- Gladiator
    David Morse- Dancer in the Dark
    Mark Ruffalo- You Can Count On Me

    Best supporting actress-
    Marcia Gay Harden- Pollock (winner)
    Ziyi Zhang- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Judi Dench- Chocolat
    Frances McDormand- Almost Famous
    Julie Walters- Billy Elliot

    Thank you for including Bjork’s deserving work.


    Carlos
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    2001
    Best Picture
    Y Tu Mamá también- (winner)
    Mulholland Dr.
    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    Ghost World
    Moulin Rouge!

    Best Director
    Alfonso Cuarón- Y Tu Mamá también (winner)
    David Lynch- Mulholland Dr.
    Peter Jackson- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    Robert Altman- Gosford Park
    Jean-Pierre Jeunet- Amélie

    Best Actor
    Tom Wilkinson- In the Bedroom (winner)
    Ewan McGregor- Moulin Rouge!
    Guy Pearce- Memento
    Elijah Wood- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    Will Smith- Ali

    Best Actress
    Naomi Watts- Mulholland Dr. (winner)
    Audrey Tautou- Amélie
    Thora Birch- Ghost World
    Nicole Kidman- Moulin Rouge!
    Halle Berry- Monster’s Ball

    Best supporting actor
    Ian McKellen- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (winner)
    Steve Buscemi- Ghost World
    Ethan Hawke- Training Day
    Jim Broadbent- Iris
    Ben Kingsley- Sexy Beast

    Best supporting actress-
    Helen Mirren- Gosford Park (winner)
    Laura Harring- Mulholland Dr.
    Maggie Smith- Gosford Park
    Kate Winslet- Iris
    Marisa Tomei- In the Bedroom


    JayDF
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    Yay! I see you put Ruffalo in supporting, I was torn there and put him in lead but thought about supporting. His best work ever IMO. Some wonderful choices. I didn’t put “Amores Perros” anywhere but it was on my radar. 2000 was a great year for film.

    2000


    JayDF
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    2001

    Another great ballot. Lotta love for “Mulholland Drive”. It’s for sure one of Lynch’s best films. I am a little reserved when it comes to his weird filmography I hate to admit, but this one and “Blue Velvet” are sensational. I do find my favorites of his are the more strait laced “The Elephant Man” & “The Straight Story” though. I should get past that. One of the my favorite things about “Mulholland Drive” is that old school Hollywood Ann Miller is in there. Not so much for her performance (she’s good) but just that she is in there at all is fabulous.


    Emmyfan
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    2001 was a year that was very interesting for movies and this was an exciting Oscar ceremony to watch.

    I would have probably voted for Helen Mirren in Gosford Park. Maggie Smith is hilarious, but the scene at the end was very strong for Helen Mirren.


    Gabe Guarin
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    75th Oscars (2002)

    Best Picture
    The Pianist – Roman Polanski, Robert Benmussa, and Alain Sarde, producers
    About a Boy – Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro, Brad Epstein, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, producers
    Adaptation – Jonathan Demme, Edward Saxon and Vincent Landay, producers
    Catch Me if You Can – Steven Spielberg and Walter F. Parkes, producers
    Chicago – Martin Richards, producer
    Far from Heaven – Christian Vachon and Todd Haynes, producer
    Gangs of New York – Alberto Grimaldi and Harvey Weinstein, producers
    The Hours – Scott Rudin and Robert Fox, producers
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Barrie M. Osborne, Fran Walsh, and Peter Jackson, producers
    Talk to Her – Augustin Almodovar, producer

    Best Director
    Roman Polanski – The Pianist
    Rob Marshall – Chicago
    Steven Spielberg – Catch Me If You Can
    Phillip Noyce – Rabbit-Proof Fence
    Pedro Almodóvar – Talk to Her

    Best Actor
    Adrien Brody – The Pianist as Władysław Szpilman
    Nicolas Cage – Adaptation as Charlie Kaufman / Donald Kaufman
    Hugh Grant – About a Boy as Will Freeman
    Daniel Day-Lewis – Gangs of New York as Bill “The Butcher” Cutting
    Leonardo DiCaprio – Catch Me If You Can as Frank Abagnale Jr.

    Best Actress
    Catherine Zeta-Jones – Chicago as Velma Kelly
    Salma Hayek – Frida as Frida Kahlo
    Diane Lane – Unfaithful as Constance “Connie” Sumner
    Julianne Moore – Far from Heaven as Cathy Whitaker
    Renée Zellweger – Chicago as Roxie Hart

    Best Supporting Actor
    Chris Cooper – Adaptation as John Laroche
    Ed Harris – The Hours as Richard “Richie” Brown
    Dennis Quaid – Far from Heaven as Frank Whitaker
    John C. Reilly – Chicago as Amos Hart
    Christopher Walken – Catch Me If You Can as Frank Abagnale Sr.

    Best Supporting Actress
    Nicole Kidman – The Hours as Virginia Woolf
    Kathy Bates – About Schmidt as Roberta Hertzel
    Queen Latifah – Chicago as Matron “Mama” Morton
    Toni Collette – About a Boy as Fiona Brewer
    Meryl Streep – Adaptation as Susan Orlean

    Best Original Screenplay
    Talk to Her – Pedro Almodóvar
    Antwone Fisher – Antwone Fisher
    Far from Heaven – Todd Haynes
    Gangs of New York – Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, and Kenneth Lonergan
    Y Tu Mamá También – Carlos Cuarón and Alfonso Cuarón

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    The Pianist – Ronald Harwood based on the book by Władysław Szpilman
    About a Boy – Peter Hedges, Chris Weitz, and Paul Weitz based on the book by Nick Hornby
    Adaptation – Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman based on the book The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean
    Catch Me If You Can – Jeff Nathanson based on the book by Frank Abagnale Jr. and Stan Redding
    Chicago – Bill Condon based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins

    Best Animated Feature Film
    Spirited Away – Hayao Miyazaki
    Ice Age – Chris Wedge
    Lilo & Stitch – Chris Sanders
    Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron – Jeffrey Katzenberg
    Treasure Planet – Ron Clements

    Best Foreign Language Film
    Talk to Her (Spain) in Spanish – Pedro Almodovar
    Hero (China) in Mandarin – Zhang Yimou
    The Man Without a Past (Finland) in Finnish – Aki Kaurismäki
    Nowhere in Africa (Germany) in German – Caroline Link
    Zus & Zo (Netherlands) in Dutch – Paula van der Oest

    Best Documentary Feature
    Bowling for Columbine – Michael Moore and Michael Donovan
    Daughter from Danang – Gail Dolgin and Vicente Franco
    Prisoner of Paradise – Malcolm Clarke and Stuart Sender
    Spellbound – Jeffrey Blitz and Sean Welch
    Winged Migration – Jacques Perrin

    Best Documentary Short Subject
    Twin Towers – Bill Guttentag and Robert David Port
    The Collector of Bedford Street – Alice Elliott
    Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks – Robert Hudson and Bobby Houston
    Why Can’t We Be a Family Again? – Roger Weisberg and Murray Nossel

    Best Live Action Short Film
    This Charming Man – Martin Strange-Hansen and Mie Andreasen
    Fait D’Hiver – Dirk Beliën and Anja Daelemans
    I’ll Wait for the Next One… (J’Attendrai Le Suivant…) – Philippe Orreindy and Thomas Gaudin
    Inja (Dog) – Steven Pasvolsky and Joe Weatherstone
    Johnny Flynton – Lexi Alexander and Alexander Buono

    Best Animated Short Film
    The ChubbChubbs! – Eric Armstrong
    Das Rad – Chris Stenner and Heidi Wittlinger
    Dog – Suzie Templeton
    Katedra – Tomek Baginski
    Mike’s New Car – Pete Docter and Roger L. Gould

    Best Original Score
    Frida – Elliot Goldenthal
    Catch Me If You Can – John Williams
    Far from Heaven – Elmer Bernstein
    The Hours – Philip Glass
    Road to Perdition – Thomas Newman

    Best Original Song
    “Lose Yourself” from 8 Mile – Music by Eminem, Jeff Bass, and Luis Resto; Lyrics by Eminem
    “Something to Talk About” from About a Boy – Music and Lyrics by Badly Drawn Boy
    “I Move On” from Chicago – Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb
    “Burn It Blue” from Frida – Music by Elliot Goldenthal; Lyrics by Julie Taymor
    “The Hands That Built America” from Gangs of New York – Music and Lyrics by Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen

    Best Sound Editing
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Ethan Van der Ryn and Michael Hopkins
    Chicago – Maurice Schell
    Minority Report – Richard Hymns and Gary Rydstrom
    Road to Perdition – Scott Hecker
    Spider-Man – Stephen Hunter Flick and Susan Dudek

    Best Sound
    Chicago – Michael Minkler, Dominick Tavella and David Lee
    Gangs of New York – Tom Fleischman, Eugene Gearty, and Ivan Sharrock
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Christopher Boyes, Michael Semanick, Michael Hedges, and Hammond Peek
    The Pianist – Dean Humphreys and Jean-Marie Blondell
    Road to Perdition – Scott Millan, Bob Beemer, and John Patrick Pritchett

    Best Art Direction
    Chicago – Art Direction: John Myhre; Set Decoration: Gordon Sim
    Gangs of New York – Art Direction: Dante Ferretti; Set Decoration: Francesca Lo Schiavo
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Art Direction: Grant Major; Set Decoration: Dan Hennah and Alan Lee
    The Pianist – Art Direction: Allan Starski; Set Decoration: Wieslawa Chojkowska and Gabriele Wolff
    Road to Perdition – Art Direction: Dennis Gassner; Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh

    Best Cinematography
    Far from Heaven – Edward Lachman
    Catch Me If You Can – Janusz Kaminski
    Chicago – Dion Beebe
    The Pianist – Paweł Edelman
    Road to Perdition – Conrad Hall (posthumous nomination)

    Best Makeup
    Frida – John E. Jackson and Beatrice De Alba
    Chicago – Jordan Samuel and Judi Cooper-Sealy
    The Hours – Ivana Primorac, Jo Allen and Conor O’Sullivan
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Peter Owen and Peter Swords King
    Minority Report – Michele Burke and Camille Calvet

    Best Costume Design
    Chicago – Colleen Atwood
    Frida – Julie Weiss
    Gangs of New York – Sandy Powell
    The Pianist – Anna B. Sheppard
    Road to Perdition – Albert Wolsky

    Best Film Editing
    Chicago – Martin Walsh
    About a Boy – Nick Moore
    Catch Me If You Can – Michael Kahn
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Michael Horton
    The Pianist – Hervé de Luze

    Best Visual Effects
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – Jim Rygiel, Randall William Cook, Alex Funke, and Joe Letteri
    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – Jim Mitchell, Nick Davis, Bill George and John Richardson
    Minority Report – Scott Farrar, Henry LaBounta, Michael Lantieri and Nathan McGuinness
    Spider-Man – John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara, and John Frazier
    Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones – Rob Coleman, Pablo Helman, John Knoll, and Ben Snow


    Gabe Guarin
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    I know my BP choice for 2002 is gonna be controversial for some.


    JayDF
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    I know my BP choice for 2002 is gonna be controversial for some.

    Why? Because of the film itself or Polanski? It’s an excellent film.

    Thoughts on your 2002…

    Very happy to see the additions of “About a Boy”, “Far From Heaven”, “Talk To Her” and especially “Adaptation.” to the best pic lineup. I have not seen “Rabbit-Proof Fence”, adding it to my to watch list. I also very much like the additions of Grant & Collette to the actings cats and although he was a just miss for me Quaid as well.

    I agree on the category placements vs the academy for both Zeta-Jones and Kidman. I’m not much of a fan of either but this was one of the few Kidman performances I like. Zeta-Jones on the other hand was disappointing for me. I love both the musical and the film version of “Chicago” and the characters played by Zeta-Jones & Latifah are the richest two characters in the story. However I didn’t think either lived up to those characters, especially Latifah. Despite that I love everything else about Marshall’s film.


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    2002 –
    In case you didn’t read my previous post I love “Chicago” with the exception of Zeta-Jones & Latifah’s performances. The jobs in every department as well other cast members were so great I was able to still keep in my picture lineup. “City of God”‘s credits have a director and a co-director credit. Because of that the academy only nominated Meirelles. I’m including Lund too. Not much spreading of award winners this year, “Adaptation.” is high on my list of all time favs.

    Picture: “Adaptation.”, “About a Boy”, “Chicago”, “Far From Heaven”, “The Hours”

    Director: Spike Jonze -“Adaptation.”, Pedro Almodovar -“Talk To Her”, Todd Haynes -“Far From Heaven”, Fernando Meirelles & Kátia Lund -“City of God”, Roman Polanski -“The Pianist”

    Leading Actor: Nicolas Cage -“Adaptation.”, Daniel Day-Lewis -“Gangs of New York”, Hugh Grant -“About a Boy”, Jack Nicholson -“About Schmidt”, Sam Rockwell -“Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”

    Leading Actress: Julianne Moore -“Far From Heaven”, Maggie Gyllenhaal -“Secretary”, Catherine Keener -“Lovely & Amazing”, Diane Lane -“Unfaithful”, Renée Zellweger -“Chicago”

    Supporting Actor: Chris Cooper -“Adaptation.”, Alan Arkin -“Thirteen Conversations About One Thing”, Willem Dafoe -“Auto Focus”, Paul Newman -“Road To Perdition”, John C. Reilly -“Chicago”

    Supporting Actress: Meryl Streep -“Adaptation.”, Kathy Bates -“About Schmidt”, Toni Collette -“About a Boy”, Bebe Neuwirth -“Tadpole”, Susan Sarandon -“Igby Goes Down”

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