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• Posted by C. Hook
• Date: Friday, January 21, 2005, at 1:23 p.m.
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• In Response to: ...And what about Cold Mountain?? (Chus (from Spain))

> The score of "Cold Mountain" was nominated last year with less
> than 20 minutes of original music by Gabriel Yared!! How many time have
> these rules?? How is it possible??

As Kuhni pointed out, there's more music in the film. The score wasn't inundated with period music (you can figure out why ) so Yared's score dominated.

> If John Williams gets one nomination more, he will reach Alfred Newman (43
> nominations against 42 of Johnny). But JW doesn´t need any gift. He can
> get a nomination by his own... I think "Prisoner of Azkaban" is
> a wonderful score.

Most people here are saying he will get nominated for The Terminal, which is a rather silly nomination. In the "obligatory Williams nomination" category, I nominate Prisoner of Azkaban. It is fresh and a reminder that Williams can pull these any time he wants. The composers in charge of the voting should realize this.

Anyhow, it could very well surprise us that the maestro probably won't get a single nod.

> My nominations (without stranger rules):

> - Alexander

You will die a horrible death, Oliver Stone!

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