Sunday, January 31, 2010

The Oscar Nazi Award winners!

The votes are in... by which I mean my single, unbiased (yeah right) opinion about the year in cinema.
You've seen the nominees. Time to see the Nazi's winners:

Best Picture:
THE COVE (Paula DuPre Pressman, Fisher Stevens)
Best Director:
KATHRYN BIGELOW, THE HURT LOCKER
Best Actor:
JEREMY RENNER, THE HURT LOCKER
Best Actress:
MERYL STREEP, JULIE & JULIA
Best Supporting Actor:
ALFRED MOLINA, AN EDUCATION
Best Supporting Actress:
MO'NIQUE, PRECIOUS
Best Ensemble:
STAR TREK (Alyssa Weisberg)
Original Screenplay:
(500) DAYS OF SUMMER (Scott Neustadter, Michael Weber)
Best Adapted Screenplay:
UP IN THE AIR (Jason Reitman, Sheldon Turner)
Best Cinematography:
THE ROAD (Javier Aguirresarobe)
Best Film Editing:
THE HURT LOCKER (Bob Murawski, Chris Innis)
Best Original Score:
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE (Karen O, Carter Burwell)
Best Original Song:
"THE WEARY KIND" from CRAZY HEART
(T-Bone Burnett, Ryan Bingham)
Best Production Design and Set Decoration:
CORALINE (Henry Selick, Phil Brotherton, Bo Henry, Tim Proost)
Best Costume Design:
NINE (Collen Atwood)
Best Sound Mixing:
AVATAR (Gary Summers et. al.)
Best Sound Editing:
AVATAR (Christopher Boyes et. al.)
Best Visual Effects:
AVATAR (Joe Letteri et. al.)
Best Hair and Makeup:
DISTRICT 9 (Joe Dunckley et. al.)
Best Animated Feature:
UP (Pete Docter)
Best Foreign Film:
A PROPHET (Jacques Audiard)
Best Documentary:
THE COVE (Louie Psihoyos)

That makes 3 wins apiece for The Hurt Locker and Avatar,
and 2 for The Cove.

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