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• Posted by Peter
• Date: Friday, January 21, 2005, at 1:50 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Good!! Five more chances for Polar Express! (Christian Kühn)

Between you and me: I know the Academy will be too stoopid to nominate the Polar Express (it'll get a song nomination though).

I don't think the "too many song, not enough score" issue applies to Polar Express, as there IS about 50 minutes of score in the film AND it is very prominent (moren prominent than the songs in fact) AND the songs were written by Alan as well. They guy did EVERYTHING on this movie (escept act, directed, visual effects, etc.... )

But... one can hope. Because, sometimes hope is all we got. GO ALAN!


> I still have my doubts, seeing as the movie wasn't the blockbuster
> everybody expected/wanted it to be. Also, there might be another
> issue with too much songs (though I haven't heard anything in that
> direction).

> In favor of it -apart from being simply great music-, it's still fresh in
> people's memory, and it's one of the few categories where a nomination is
> possible.

> In other words: GO ALAN!

> cK

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