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Levente Benedek
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Oscar   Thursday, November 25, 2004 (1:16 p.m.) 

It is time to think the Oscar night who will be?

The Incredibles, The Terminal, Alexander, Sky Captain maybe King Arthur?

What do you think?

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Andrew Schvaneveldt
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Cesar
Re: Oscar   Saturday, November 27, 2004 (6:56 p.m.) 

> It is time to think the Oscar night who will be?

> The Incredibles, The Terminal, Alexander, Sky Captain maybe King Arthur?

> What do you think?

The Villiage
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Alexander
The Aviator
The Passion of the Christ

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Levente Benedek
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These will be the nominees!!!   Sunday, November 28, 2004 (1:35 p.m.) 

John Williams - Harry Potter and the Prisoner
Vangelis - Alexander
Howard Shore - The Aviator
John Debney - The Passion of the Christ
John Williams - The Terminal

My bets

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Levente Benedek
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Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Monday, November 29, 2004 (1:01 p.m.) 

Well I agree with all of them can be the nominess since they are good scores, but please. The Aviator? We didn't heard it yet. Are you sure because Shore did Lord Of The Rings?
But I promise if it's going to be a good score I'll apologise.

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Jay Temple
Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Monday, November 29, 2004 (3:07 p.m.) 

> Well I agree with all of them can be the nominess since they are good
> scores, but please.

If you agree, why are you now disagreeing?

The Aviator? We didn't heard it yet. Are you sure
> because Shore did Lord Of The Rings?

I know I have not heard it yet, I am just of the mindset that the academy is likely to chose it. They like Shore, so it's a good bet he will have a nomination. There are still a few movies yet to be released that could well capture a nomination, just because we have not heard those scores yet does not mean that we should automatically count them out.

But I promise if it's going to be
> a good score I'll apologise.

Don't worry about it. There is nothing to apologise for. You were simply stating your opinion. Everyone is entitled to do that. If you like, replace The Aviator with The Incredibles. It is still pretty early in the season to know for sure who will be nominated and it won't be certain until the nominees are announced in January. Anyway, have a great day!

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Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Monday, November 29, 2004 (9:54 p.m.) 

> I know I have not heard it yet, I am just of the mindset that the academy
> is likely to chose it. They like Shore, so it's a good bet he will have a
> nomination.

He did. That's one of the 11 Oscars that RotK won, a record sweep.


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Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Monday, December 6, 2004 (12:03 p.m.) 

Potter
Alexander
Incredibles
Passion
Aviator

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Michael Arlidge
Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Friday, December 10, 2004 (2:02 p.m.) 

If I were on the commitee, I'd sure as heck have The Incredibles on the list. Not just because of it's wild sound, but it's also a real departure from what Giacchino has done in the past.
I think he's one of the more talented artists to hit the scene in a while. I'm looking forward to his future work.

Eric

PS: There's a great interview with him on www.soundtrack.net.

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Michael Arlidge
Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Thursday, December 16, 2004 (6:40 p.m.) 

These scores should (but probably won't all be) nominated for the 'Best Original Score' Oscar (highlighted score should win):

  • Finding Neverland
  • The Passion of the Christ
  • The Incredibles
  • The Polar Express
  • The Aviator

Alternates:

  • The Village
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  • Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow



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Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Wednesday, January 19, 2005 (2:51 a.m.) 

> These scores should (but probably won't all be) nominated for the 'Best
> Original Score' Oscar (highlighted score should win):

>

  • Finding Neverland
  • The Passion of the Christ
  • The
    > Incredibles
  • The Polar Express
  • The Aviator

> Alternates:

>

  • The Village
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  • Sky
    > Captain and the World of Tomorrow

Given that the score for The Aviator has been ruled ineligible for a nomination, the score for Sideways will take its place. My alternates, however, remain the same, with the exception of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, which is also ineligible for a nomination.

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Re: These will be the nominees!!!   Monday, December 6, 2004 (4:33 p.m.) 

> John Williams - Harry Potter and the Prisoner
Vangelis - Alexander
>
Howard Shore - The Aviator
John Debney - The Passion of the Christ
>
John Williams - The Terminal

> My bets

Im sorry to tell you,but you are wrong:

These are the nominees:

James Newton Howard- The Village
Edward Shearmur- Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
John Debney- The Passion of the Christ
Rachel Portman- The Manchurian Candidate
Jan A. P. Kaczmarek- Finding Neverland



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Re: Finding Neverland will win.   Wednesday, December 15, 2004 (9:21 a.m.) 

> The Incredibles, The Terminal, Alexander, Sky Captain maybe King Arthur?

Alexander and King Arthur. *sigh*

What is wrong with people? Those are the two worst scores of the year. Bad composing, incredibly bad recording. *sigh*

Oh well...

pt.

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