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Old January 10 2013, 11:17 PM   #17
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Re: 2012 Oscar Nominations

I'm disappointed that Moonrise Kingdom didn't nominated for Best Picture, but I can't say I'm surprised. At least it got a Best Screenplay nod.

I'm also a bit disappointed that The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey only got three nominations (all technical awards), but again, I'm not surprised, although one would think with ten Best Picture nominations available, it would have picked up one.

Flying Spaghetti Monster wrote: View Post
I find it telling that Cloud Atlas was not considered for anything.

Hell, not even makeup!
That is insane. Not only would I give it a nomination, I would give it the damn Oscar! Sorry, The Hobbit.

tomalak301 wrote: View Post
Really surprised Affleck and Bigelow didn't get nominated for Director. I really do wonder if this is the year we might actually see a best picture winner be different than Best Director. When was the last time that happened?
2005 when Ang Lee won Best Director for Brokeback Mountain and Crash won Best Picture.

Mooch wrote: View Post
Flying Spaghetti Monster wrote: View Post
I find it telling that Cloud Atlas was not considered for anything.
Hell, not even makeup!
I'm disappointed it didn't get a Best Score nomination (it did get a Golden Globe nomination, which is nice). While Skyfall and Argo's scores were decent, there were better this year. I would have nominated Howard Shore's score for The Hobbit, too.
Shit, I forgot about Howard Shore's score. I'm very disappointed it didn't get nominated.
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