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• Posted by Jonathan Broxton
• Date: Thursday, January 20, 2005, at 2:02 p.m.
• IP Address: 82-38-248-26.cable.ubr01.shef.blueyonder.co.uk
• In Response to: Re: Aviator and four other scores disqualified. (Southall)


> Giacchino!? Do you seriously think that!?

> I would not have a clue who it may be going to but of the 240 eligible
> scores I would imagine The Incredibles is somewhere near number 240 in
> terms of likelihood of winning.

Really? I disagree. The Incredibles won the LA Critics Award, and several others, so I don't think it's beyond the realms of possibil;ity that he will pick up a nomination. With Shore and Eastwood out, I think the likely nominees will be:

Giacchino, The Incredibles
Kaczmarek, Finding Neverland
Kent, Sideways
Williams, The Terminal
Zimmer, Spanglish

although looking at the potential Best Picture nominees (which always give an indication of what might pick up a score nod), a surprise nomination might go to Jon Brion for Eternal Sunshine or Carter Burwell for Kinsey. And then there's the "little foreign film" phenomenon - Badalamenti for Very Long Engagement, Umebayashi for House of Flying Daggers, Coulais for The Chorus, Amenabar for The Sea Inside... who knows??


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