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From the Broadcast Film Critics Association:

NOMINEES FOR THE 11TH ANNUAL CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS

BEST PICTURE:

Brokeback Mountain

Capote

Cinderella Man

The Constant Gardener

Crash

Good Night, and Good Luck.

King Kong

Memoirs of a Geisha

Munich

Walk the Line

BEST ACTOR:

Russell Crowe – “Cinderella Man”

Philip Seymour Hoffman – “Capote”

Terrence Howard – “Hustle & Flow”

Heath Ledger – “Brokeback Mountain”

Joaquin Phoenix – “Walk the Line”

David Strathairn – “Good Night, and Good Luck.”

BEST ACTRESS:

Joan Allen – “The Upside of Anger”

Judi Dench - “Mrs. Henderson Presents”

Felicity Huffman – “Transamerica”

Keira Knightley – “Pride & Prejudice”

Charlize Theron – “North Country”

Reese Witherspoon – “Walk the Line”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:

George Clooney – “Syriana”

Kevin Costner – “The Upside of Anger”

Matt Dillon – “Crash”

Paul Giamatti – “Cinderella Man”

Jake Gyllenhaal – “Brokeback Mountain”

Terrence Howard – “Crash”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:

Amy Adams – “Junebug”

Maria Bello – “A History of Violence”

Catherine Keener – “Capote”

Frances McDormand – “North Country”

Rachel Weisz – “The Constant Gardener”

Michelle Williams – “Brokeback Mountain”

BEST ACTING ENSEMBLE:

Crash

Good Night, and Good Luck.

Rent

Syriana

Sin City

BEST DIRECTOR:

George Clooney – “Good Night, and Good Luck.”

Paul Haggis – “Crash”

Ron Howard – “Cinderella Man”

Peter Jackson – “King Kong”

Ang Lee – “Brokeback Mountain”

Steven Spielberg – “Munich”

BEST WRITER:

Noah Baumbach – “The Squid and the Whale”

George Clooney and Grant Heslov – “Good Night, and Good Luck.”

Dan Futterman – “Capote”

Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco – “Crash”

Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana – “Brokeback Mountain”

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE:

“Chicken Little”

“Corpse Bride”

“Howl’s Moving Castle”

“Madagascar”

“Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit”

BEST YOUNG ACTOR:

Jesse Eisenberg – “The Squid and the Whale”

Alex Etel – “Millions”

Freddie Highmore – “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

Owen Kline – “The Squid and the Whale”

Daniel Radcliffe – “Harry Potter and Goblet of Fire”

BEST YOUNG ACTRESS:

Flora Cross – “Bee Season”

Dakota Fanning – “War of the Worlds”

Georgie Henley – “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe”

Q'Orianka Kilcher – “The New World”

Emily Watson – “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”

BEST COMEDY MOVIE:

The 40 Year-Old Virgin

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang

Mrs. Henderson Presents

The Producers

The Wedding Crashers

BEST FAMILY FILM (LIVE ACTION):

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Dreamer

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

BEST PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION:

Into the West

No Direction Home

Rome

Warm Springs

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM:

Cache

Kung Fu Hustle

Oldboy

Paradise Now

2046

BEST SONG:

“Hustle & Flow” – Terrence Howard – “Hustle & Flow”

“A Love That Will Never Grow Old” – Emmylou Harris – “Brokeback Mountain”

“Same in Any Language” – I Nine – “Elizabethtown”

“Seasons of Love” – Tracie Thoms, Jesse L. Martin and Cast – “Rent”

“Travelin’ Thru” – Dolly Parton – “Transamerica”

BEST SOUNDTRACK:

Elizabethtown

Memoirs of a Geisha

The Producers

Rent

Walk the Line

BEST COMPOSER:

James Horner – “The New World”

Gustavo Santaolalla – “Brokeback Mountain”

John Williams – “Memoirs of a Geisha”

Nancy Wilson – “Elizabethtown”

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:

Enron – The Smartest Guys in the Room

Grizzly Man

Mad Hot Ballroom

March of the Penguins

Murderball

(I highlighted the Syriana stuff just because I can. :shiny:)

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Thanks for letting us know, Mel. Fingers are crossed for all the highlighted nominees.

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Thanks, Kira. I was hoping KOH and ETown would get some nominations in acting categories. :( Oh well. Orlando's time will come. And am surprised Edward wasn't nominated for Best Supporting Actor. He was incredble in KOH. BTW, does anyone know when Golden Globe nominations will be announced?

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Thanks for the information and congratulations Elizabethtown!! The soundtrack has been my in car listening for months. I'm sorry Kingdom didn't get a nomination for soundtrack. :(

No Viggo nomination for best actor?

Orlando's time will come. :hug:

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Congratulations to Cameron and Nancy on their Etown nominations, and the Syriana ones too. It's good to have something to smile about.

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Thanks, Mel. I'll keep my fingers crossed for Cameron, Nancy, I-Nine, and Syriana.

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I wonder how "young" a young actor must be to get a nomination. If 14 is young enough, then Anton Yelchin should have been up there. But then again, he comes across as an "old soul." I was surprised when I found out how young he really was. I thought he was a young-looking 20-something playing his part of a 13-year old. At 14 years young, his depth is nothing short of amazing.

But that's just my uneducated, very humble opinion.

:wink:

Kudos to E-town, especially Nancy Wilson!!

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Only E-town´s soundtrack got nominations ???!! :huh:

Johnny depp?? or Viggo Mortensen? whata about their performances in the films they played a role this year? I can understand that Orlando isn`t getting a nomination because he isn`t too favorite in the critic`s eyes, but Johnny and Viggo deserve nominations.

And how is this possible??? A horrible film as "Kung Fu Hustle" is nominated?? There are so many foraign films that are so great and a movie like this gets a nomination???

Ooooooohhhhhhhhhh well, awards!! :rant:

Thanks for the info.

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