MTV Movie Awards have no clean sweep possibilities

MTV announced it’s nominees for the 2006 Movie Awards on Monday. While there were multiple nominees from several movies, no one movie emerged as a clear powerhouse, unlike last year, when "Napoleon Dynamite" walked off with a ton of nominations. Here’s the complete list of nominees: BEST MOVIE * The 40-Year-Old Virgin (Universal Pictures)* Batman Begins (Warner Bros. Pictures)* King […]

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My Oscar Predictions

Here are My Predictions for Tonights’ Academy Awards… Best Picture :Brokeback Mountain Best Leading Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote Best Supporting Actor:  George Clooney, Syriana (should be Paul Giamata, Cinderella Man) Best Leading Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk The Line Best Supporting Actress: Francis McDormand, North Country Best Animated Feature: Wallace & Gromit:The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit Best Art Direction: Harry […]

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OSCAR PREDICTIONS!

Without further ado about…well, nothing….here are my picks for the Oscars. What will win…what SHOULD win, and, most importantly, who or what was completely and unjustly ignored and overlooked…. @@@ BEST PICTURE:What will Win: Brokeback MountainWhat SHOULD win: No OpinionUnjustly overlooked: Rent, Lords of Dogtown, King Kong BEST LEADING ACTOR:Who will Win: Philip Seymour Hoffman, CapoteWho SHOULD win: Joaquin Phoenix, […]

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THE RACE IS ON! Oscar Noms are HERE!

Nominations for the 78th Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards have just been announced. Here’s the complete list, direct from Oscar.Com! PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE Philip Seymour Hoffman – CAPOTE Terrence Howard – HUSTLE & FLOW Heath Ledger – BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN Joaquin Phoenix – WALK THE LINE David Strathairn – GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD […]

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IT’S NOMINATION WEEK! FIRST UP, THE RAZZIES!

The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation has announced it’s nominees for the 26th annual Razzie Awards, which celebrate (?) the year’s WORST Films…. Here we go! WORST PICTURE: Deuce Bigalow, European Gigolo; Dirty Love; Dukes Of Hazzard; House Of Wax; Son Of The Mask WORST LEADING ACTOR: Tom Cruise, War Of The Worlds; Will Ferrell, Kicking And Screaming AND Bewitched; Jamie […]

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Critics Choice Awards show possible contenders to give Brokeback Mountain problems at Oscar time

The Broadcast Film Critics Association handed out it’s Critics Choice awards last night, and allthough the years’ golden child, Brokeback Mountain, won three of them, including best picture, and best director for Ang Lee, two other movies helped keep it from being a sweep. Crash and Capote both won major awards, showing that Oscar may be a tighter race than […]

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Writers, Producers Announce 2006 Nominations

The Writers and Producers Guilds each announced their 2006 nominees today. Judging by the work they nominated, Hollywood is going to be in this monetary slump for quite a while. Speaking as a REGULAR PERSON, there isn’t much of these nominations i’m interested in… Writers Guild Nominations: Best Original Screenplay:  • Cinderella Man, Screenplay by Cliff Hollingsworth and Akiva Goldsman, […]

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The Rosies 2005!

Presenting The Rosies:  My awards for the past year:  what I liked, what I loathed, the things that made me laugh, made me cry, or made me want to chuck popcorn at the screen. Best Movie:  “King Kong” Best Director:  Peter Jackson for “King Kong” Best Actor:  Stephen Chow as Sing for “Kung Fu Hustle”  Best Actress:  Naomi Watts as […]

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THE POPPY AWARDS – SPECIAL CATAGORIES

THE POPPY AWARDS: SPECIAL CATAGORIES Yesterday, I presented my year-end awards for the major catagories. Today, I’d like to present my special awards. These are awards I think various actors or movies deserve that aren’t covered by the regular awards. So here we go…. *** BEST ANIMATED PERFORMANCE: Gromit, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit Without a doubt, […]

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The “POPPY”s are coming…

..and so are the ROSIES… We will be publishing our Year-End favorite awards on Saturday, December 31. I can tell you it’s goign to be interesting because we’re not the movie industry or people connected to it. We give awards to the movies which have touched our hearts, not to the current "In" thing (which means you won’t be seeing […]

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The Golden Globe Nominations are in…

And WHAT a COLOSSAL JOKE they are! How could you have an awards presentation, and NOT nominate three of the greatest movies of the year – REVENGE OF THE SITH, LORDS OF DOGTOWN, and RENT? The ONLY reason BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN is getting so many nominations is because it’s COOL to like a gay cowboy movie. I haven’t seen it yet, […]

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