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• Posted by Christian Kühn
• Date: Thursday, January 20, 2005, at 2:37 p.m.
• IP Address: 188.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de
• In Response to: Re: Aviator and four other scores disqualified. (Jonathan Broxton)


> A surprise nomination might go to Jon Brion for Eternal Sunshine or Carter
> Burwell for Kinsey.

Not in a million years. *

> 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??

I think/hope we're past that "Oh, it's from a foreign movie, so it's music must be nice. I'll give it my vote!" period. Although Badalamenti would be deserved. Coulais' score is ineligible, as it has been judged as an "Original Song Score".

Although I trust neither my nose nor my guts this year, my guesses look like this:

-Finding Neverland
-The Incredibles
-Lemony Snicket's...
-Sideways
-The Terminal

* I'll eat my shoes if it happens, though...

cK


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