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• Posted by Southall
• Date: Thursday, January 20, 2005, at 4:30 p.m.
• IP Address: webcacheh04a.cache.pol.co.uk
• In Response to: Re: Aviator and four other scores disqualified. (Jonathan Broxton)


> 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

I guess that could well be the case (after all, several previous Pixar scores have been nominated). I'm still not convinced about The Incredibles though - it's such an obvious pastiche (a good one, of course) and that sort of score doesn't tend to get nominated.

I have to say that in all my years as a film music fan I've never before had a problem in coming up with five scores I thought were good enough for nomination, or restricting my thoughts on what might be nominated to just five scores. I'm not entirely convinced Sideways or Spanglish will be nominated, nor The Incredibles. The only problem is that I can't think of anything else that might be. Lemony Snicket? The Aviator and Million Dollar Baby would have been certainties if they hadn't been disqualified.




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