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O ano em que Rocky ganhou - controvérsias e a fúria de Sidney Lumet.

 

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NEW YORK (AP) -- When Jack Nicholson opened the envelope and

read "Rocky" as the best-picture winner at the 49th Academy Awards 30

years ago' date=' Sylvester Stallone was caught without his tie.

The

actor's rental bow tie had fallen off on his way to the ceremony, but

producers Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff still dragged Stallone up

to the stage. Stallone may have been caught unprepared for the

occasion, but he wasn't alone -- most of Hollywood was surprised too.

In

fitting underdog fashion, "Rocky" upset a legendary class of films.

Also up for best picture at the 1977 Oscars were three movies generally

considered among the best America has produced: "All the President's

Men," "Network" and "Taxi Driver." (Hal Ashby's Woody Guthrie biopic

"Bound for Glory" was the fifth nomination.)

As the 30th

anniversary of those Oscars nears, there are a few notable parallels.

Stallone has again produced a "Rocky" film ("Rocky Balboa"). "Taxi

Driver" director Martin Scorsese is again in the hunt with "The

Departed."

But for many, the 49th Academy Awards remains exhibit

A in any argument about the academy's less than perfect taste -- a

critique that usually cites the best-picture loss of "Citizen Kane" in

1942 (to John Ford's "How Green Was My Valley"), Alfred Hitchcock's

lack of a best-director award or Art Carney's best-actor win in 1975

over Nicholson ("Chinatown"), Al Pacino ("The Godfather: Part II") and

Dustin Hoffman ("Lenny").

"In hindsight, it looks crazy that, of

those nominated films, 'Rocky' won -- because 'Rocky' is the flimsiest

by far, and was so at the time," says film critic and historian David

Thomson. "But at the time, there was this stupid notion that Sly

Stallone represented a great American success story."

"It's a shining example of how silly (the Oscars) can be," adds Thomson.

Sidney Lumet directed "Network," the darkly satirical portrait of TV news. It won three acting Oscars and best screenplay for Paddy Chayefsky, but the best-picture loss still stings for Lumet.

"I've

been nominated five times," the director told The Associated Press last

year. "But on two occasions, I got so pissed off about what beat us.

With 'Network,' we were beaten out by 'Rocky' for Christ's sake."

(Lumet, who was finally awarded an honorary Oscar in 2005, also

mentions the best picture win for "Gandhi" over his "The Verdict" in

1983.)

"Rocky" has almost certainly affected American culture

more than the other three nominees -- there is a statue of the film's

main character in Philadelphia, after all. Propelled by Stallone's

passion for it, the movie opened in limited release in late November of

1976 with modest hopes. Winkler says, "It just kind of got momentum as

it went along." It won the Golden Globe for best drama and eventually

landed two Oscars besides best picture: best director (John G.

Avildsen) and best film editing.

But "All the President's Men,"

"Network" and "Taxi Driver" are all considered gems from one of the

most vibrant periods of American cinema: the 1970s. It was then that

directors -- newly labeled as "auteurs" -- like Scorsese, Francis Ford

Coppola and Robert Altman flourished.

1976, when these films

opened, was of course the bicentennial, which many think affected the

Oscar voting. "Rocky" was wrapped up in the flag -- the boxer literally

drapes it over himself in the movie's finale: a bicentennial bout

against Apollo Creed.

"I think there was a kind of feeling in the

country at the time -- we had just gone through a decade of terrible

social problems in America," remembers Winkler, who went on to produce

films including "Raging Bull," "The Right Stuff" and "Goodfellas."

"And

all of a sudden this movie came along and said, 'You know, if you

believe in yourself, you'll be OK.' And suddenly it became part of what

America was about. I think maybe if the picture had come out two years

later or two years earlier, it might not have caught on the way it did."

'The other films were a little bit too heavy'

Some would say, though, that "Taxi Driver," "Network" and "All the President's Men" all said more about America than "Rocky."

"All

the President's Men," which was nominated for eight Oscars and won

four, depicted in step-by-step detail the reporting of Bob Woodward

(Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Hoffman) that exposed the depth of

President Nixon's Watergate scandal.

Remembering "All the

President's Men," Redford told the AP on the film's 30th anniversary:

"It was very much about hard work that won the day, and that's an

American ethic."

It was also an election year in 1976, and some

think "All the President's Men" helped Jimmy Carter defeat incumbent

Gerald Ford, who pardoned Nixon.

"Taxi Driver," which failed to

win any of its four nominations, was the darkest of the best picture

films from 1976. The story of Travis Bickle's (Robert De Niro)

festering anger in New York City culminates in a bloody conclusion --

which even among the edgy cinema of the '70s likely made some academy

members uncomfortable.

"I think 'Rocky' won because it had a good

feeling. It was an uplifting film," says Tim Dirks, who runs the

"Greatest Films" Web site, http://www.filmsite.org/external%20link.

"The other films were a little bit too heavy or too edgy for the time

and 'Rocky' was a million-to-one shot -- and it went the distance."

According

to Dirks (whose site lists the "Rocky" best-picture win as one of the

"worst of the worst" awards), the theme is a familiar one: the academy

often goes for less edgy material. There are always many factors in

Oscar voting, but examples of cautiousness can perhaps be seen as

recently as last year, when "Crash" upset "Brokeback Mountain" -- and

as early as "Citizen Kane."

"Even 'Citizen Kane' was a little

edgy," Dirks says. "It had a lot of controversy over its portrayal of

someone who looked a lot like William Randolph Hearst."

The

academy can be proud that it managed to at least nominate "Taxi

Driver," "All the President's Men" and "Network." Some very

well-regarded movies were never nominated at all, among them Howard

Hawks' "His Girl Friday" (1940) and John Ford's "The Searchers" (1956).

Despite

the questionable victory by "Rocky," 1976 remains an impressive class

for American films, which most years -- 2006 included -- would have

difficulty living up to.

"We don't have those kind of pictures

anymore," says Thomson. "We don't have the big entertainment that deals

with serious subjects.

"Today, 'Network' would be an independent film."

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Não acho que seja chilique...acho que ele não foi hipócirta em dizer que tudo bem em ter perdido o prêmio para um filme INFINITAMENTE inferior (NETWORK é muito bom, apesar de que TAXI DRIVER era o maior merecedor do ano). Sidney Lumet é um bom realizador e estudioso do cinema. seu livro FAZENDO FILMES é um dos mais interessantes quanto á produção filmíca que eu já li. Ele não é burro e não deu chilique; foi sincero e eu aplaudo isso! 10

 

Detalhe interessante: no início do artigo o autor cita que Jack Nicholson anunciou ROCKY como vencedor do Oscar em 1977. Ano passado, Nicholson anunciou CRASH como o vencedor, outra surpresa, outra injustiça.

Pelo amor de Deus, eu sou o maior dos fãs do senhor Nicholson, mas nunca mais permitam que ele apresente o Oscar de Melhor Filme!!!! 060606

 

E sobre o Peter O'Toole, ele merecia o Oscar só por essa declaração!!! Brilhante!!!! 06

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Fatos "divertidos" das indicações de 2007, segundo a Variety:

 

 

This year's Oscar fun facts

 

O'Toole, Streep in record books with acting nods

 

 

 

By PHIL GALLO

 


 

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Gary Rydstrom's nod for toon 'Lifted' is his first as a director.

 

  • With his eighth acting nom, for "Venus,"

Peter O'Toole is a winner either way. If he wins, great; if not, he

goes down in the record books as the actor with the most noms without a

win (he was previously tied with Richard Burton).

With

her 14th nom, Meryl Streep ("The Devil Wears Prada") furthers her lead

for most nominated actor ever. Runners-up are Jack Nicholson and

Katharine Hepburn, with 12 apiece.

Kevin O'Connell,

nommed for sound mixing in "Apocalypto," scores his 19th nom. He

furthers his status as the Academy's most nominated individual who, so

far, hasn't won. Distant runners-up are composer Alex North and art

director Roland Anderson, at 15 each.

"Dreamgirls" is

the first live-action film to have three of its songs nominated. Two

animated films can lay claim to the same record: "The Lion King" in

1994 and "Beauty and the Beast" in 1991.

"I Need to

Wake Up" from "An Inconvenient Truth" is the first song from a docu to

be nominated since "More" from "Mondo Cane" was up for the award in

1963.

Alan Arkin has gone 38 years since his last nom

--1968's "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" -- the same amount of time Jack

Palance spent between "Shane" in 1953 and "City Slickers" in 1991.

Henry Fonda is still the title holder at 41 years between acting noms.

With "Little Children," Kate Winslet, 31, becomes the youngest actress

to garner five noms. She has made 19 movies. Previous record holder was

Olivia de Haviland, who secured her fifth at the age of 33. By that

time -- 1950 -- she had made 33 films.

Ten-year-old

Abigail Breslin, should she win the supporting actress trophy, will tie

Tatum O'Neal as the youngest Oscar winner. O'Neal, however, at the time

of her win at the 1974 ceremony, was six months younger than Breslin

will be in February.

Gary Rydstrom received his 14th

nomination Tuesday. His "Lifted" is up for animated short, marking the

first time he has been nominated outside the the sound and sound

editing categories.

Only two nominees are competing

against themselves: Henry Krieger is up for three songs and Alan Robert

Murray could win in sound editing for either "Letters From Iwo Jima" or

"Flags of Our Fathers."

The 71 letters, collected into

12 words, appears to make "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for

Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" the longest title of a film

ever nominated for an Oscar. In the fiction category, it easily topples

the 54 letters of "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying

and Love the Bomb" and in the land of docs, edges out the 65-letter

"Forever Activists: Stories from the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln

Brigade" from 1990.

 

 

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Não acho que seja chilique...acho que ele não foi hipócirta em dizer que tudo bem em ter perdido o prêmio para um filme INFINITAMENTE inferior (NETWORK é muito bom' date=' apesar de que TAXI DRIVER era o maior merecedor do ano). Sidney Lumet é um bom realizador e estudioso do cinema. seu livro FAZENDO FILMES é um dos mais interessantes quanto á produção filmíca que eu já li. Ele não é burro e não deu chilique; foi sincero e eu aplaudo isso! 10

 
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Calma, não disse q o Lumet é burro, longe disso, mas mostra como todo mundo quer ganhar um carequinha..e Rocky não é inferior à Network, ambos são filmaços e Rocky mereceu vencer... John G. Avildsen não ficou muito conhecido e é um bom diretor, mas claro q não chega aos pés de Lumet, q deveria ter vencido em 76.

 

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Texto interessante tirado do site Cinema em Cena!!!



Aproveitando a relação de nomeações para o Oscar, a Variety divulgou uma série de curiosidades relacionadas à premiação.


 


Com sua oitava indicação, Peter O´ Toole (Venus)
pode ser o ator que mais concorreu à estatueta sem ganhá-la.
Atualmente, ele está empatado com Richard Burton. O mesmo não acontece
com Meryl Streep. Por seu trabalho em O Diabo Veste Prada, a atriz conseguiu sua 14ª indicação para o prêmio, mas já levou a estatueta para casa pelo filme A Escolha de Sofia, de 1982.


 


Kate Winslet (Pecados Íntimos- foto) também está entre os recordistas, porém como a atriz mais jovem a obter cinco indicações. Enquanto isso, Abigail Breslin (Pequena Miss Sunshine)
pode empatar com Tatum O´Neal como a atriz mais jovem a ganhar a
estatueta como coadjuvante. Porém, O´Neal ainda será seis meses mais
nova do que Breslin na época em que venceu.


 


Dreamgirls - Em Busca de Um Sonho é o primeiro longa em live-action a concorrer ao Oscar de Melhor Canção Original por três músicas. As duas animações que também conseguiram esse feito foram: A Bela e a Fera, em 1991, e O Rei Leão, de 1994. Ainda nessa categoria, “I Need to Wake Up”, de Uma Verdade Inconveniente, é a primeira canção de documentários a disputar o prêmio desde Mondo Cane, com a música “More”, em 1963.


 


O título do filme do comediante Sacha Baron Cohen em inglês, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, se tornou o mais longo a concorrer ao Oscar, com 71 letras. Antes, Dr. Fantástico, no original Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, com 54 letras, ocupava essa posição.


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Detalhe interessante: no início do artigo o autor cita que Jack Nicholson anunciou ROCKY como vencedor do Oscar em 1977. Ano passado' date=' Nicholson anunciou CRASH como o vencedor, outra surpresa, outra injustiça.

Pelo amor de Deus, eu sou o maior dos fãs do senhor Nicholson, mas nunca mais permitam que ele apresente o Oscar de Melhor Filme!!!! 060606

 

E sobre o Peter O'Toole, ele merecia o Oscar só por essa declaração!!! Brilhante!!!! 06
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Eu quero que o Nicholson apresente a categoria de ator...06 a não ser que alguém confirme que a Reese Witherspoon tb é pé-frio...06

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Detalhe interessante: no início do artigo o autor cita que Jack Nicholson anunciou ROCKY como vencedor do Oscar em 1977. Ano passado' date=' Nicholson anunciou CRASH como o vencedor, outra surpresa, outra injustiça.

Pelo amor de Deus, eu sou o maior dos fãs do senhor Nicholson, mas nunca mais permitam que ele apresente o Oscar de Melhor Filme!!!! 060606

 

E sobre o Peter O'Toole, ele merecia o Oscar só por essa declaração!!! Brilhante!!!! 06
[/quote']

 

 

Eu quero que o Nicholson apresente a categoria de ator...06 a não ser que alguém confirme que a Reese Witherspoon tb é pé-frio...06

 

Acho q já tá confirmada...é sempre assim.

 

Tbm pensei nessa do Jack pé-frio...não deixem ele apresentar de filme não06

 

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Uma curiosidade nada a ver.

Nesse ano, nenhum dos indicados a melhor filme foi indicado a direção de arte ou fotografia. Isso NUNCA aconteceu na história do Oscar. Nem mesmo no ano de Asas (Sétimo Céu indicado a Direção de Arte) ou Brodway Melody (No Velho Arizona a fotografia) isso aconteceu.

Ano pra lá de atípico.

 

E tem mais:

Somente 10 filmes ganharam o Oscar principal com menos de 7 indicações(se Babel não levar, teremos o 11º).  Mas se contarmos com 2 candidatos fortes, Miss Sunshine e Letters, ambos com 4 indicações, menos de 5 indicações só aconteceu 5 vezes, e nos 6 primeiros anos!09

Não para por aí, até 1934, todos os vencedores tiveram menos de 8 indicações, daí em diante, isso viria a acontecer mais 14 vezes. Mas nunca em três anos seguidos, como estamos vendo agora! Parece que vários paradigmas do Oscar caíram, melhor filme levar melhor diretor, ter mais indicações, mais Oscar, ter um mínimo de Oscars(4) e indicações(7). Bem como a prévia do Globo de Ouro.

Os cinco indicados a melhor filme colecionam apenas uma indicação por atuação principal. É a terceira vez que isso acontece (aconteceu nos anos de Asas e Grande Hotel, nunca os cinco indicados a melhor filme deixararam de fora todos os seus atores principais).
guilbj2007-01-27 10:41:05

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A soma de indicações dos indicados a melhor filme nos últimos anos:

 

2007- 26

2006- 30

2005- 36

2004- 38

2003- 45

2002- 41

2001- 37

2000- 32

1999- 45

1998- 43

1997- 36

1996- 38

1995- 33

1994- 42

1993- 32

1992- 38

1991- 33

1990- 29

1989- 32

1988- 33

1987- 35

1986- 42

1985- 39

1984- 32

1983- 39

1982- 42

1981- 35

1980- 35

1979- 35

1978- 41

1977- 38

1976- 33

1975- 39

1974- 35

1973- 31

1972- 34

1971- 36

1970- 36

1969- 32

1968- 43

1967- 38

1966- 37

1965- 48

1964- 36

1963- 33

1962- 43

1961- 34

1960- 41

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cada vez o Oscar está mais imprevisível realmente...

 

Bem, as categorias de atuação estão fáceis. Difícil mesmo só filme. Só saberemos mesmo o ganhador quando for aberto o envelope na cerimônia.

 

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saindo totalmente do assunto ...... to fazendo um trabalho e preciso dessa informação

 

qal foi a cena que colocaram no dia da premiação de 2000

as indicadas eram

Zellweger

Spacek

Kidman

Dench

Berry

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Os maiores perdedores do Oscar nas categorias de atuação:

 

 


 

 

 

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Peter O'Toole(74,British,8-Time Nominee)

 

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2006 Actor - Venus

 

(Winner: ?)

 

 

 

1982 Actor - My Favorite Year

 

(Winner:Ben Kingsley - Gandhi)

 

 

 

1980 Actor - The Stunt Man

 

(Winner:Robert De Niro - Raging Bull)

 

 

 

1972 Actor - The Ruling Class

 

(Winner:Marlon Brando - The Godfather)

 

 

 

1969 Actor - Goodbye, Mr. Chips

 

(Winner:John Wayne - True Grit)

 

 

 

1968 Actor - The Lion in Winter

 

(Winner:Cliff Robertson - Charly)

 

 

 

1964 Actor - Becket

 

(Winner:Rex Harrison - My Fair Lady)

 

 

 

1962 Actor - Lawrence of Arabia

 

(Winner:Gregory Peck - To Kill a Mockingbird)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Deborah Kerr(85,British,6-Time Nominee)

 

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1960 Actress - The Sundowners

 

(Winner:Elizabeth Taylor - Butterfield 8)

 

 

 

1958 Actress - Separate Tables

 

(Winner:Susan Hayward - I Want to Live!)

 

 

 

1957 Actress - Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison

 

(Winner:Joanne Woodward - The Three Faces of Eve)

 

 

 

1956 Actress - The King and I

 

(Winner:Ingrid Bergman - Anastasia )

 

 

 

1953 Actress - From Here to Eternity

 

(Winner:Audrey Hepburn - Roman Holiday)

 

 

 

1949 Actress - Edward My Son

 

(Winner:Olivia de Havilland - The Heiress)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Albert Finney(70,British,5-Time Nominee)

 

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2000 Supporting Actor - Erin Brockovich

 

(Winner:Benicio Del Toro - Traffic)

 

 

 

1984 Actor - Under the Volcano

 

(Winner:F. Abraham - Amadeus)

 

 

 

1983 Actor - The Dresser

 

(Winner:Robert Duvall - Tender Mercies)

 

 

 

1974 Actor - Murder on the Orient Express

 

(Winner:Art Carney - Harry and Tonto)

 

 

 

1963 Actor - Tom Jones

 

(Winner:Sidney Poitier - Lilies of the Field)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Glenn Close(59,American,5-Time Nominee)

 

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1988 Actress - Dangerous Liaisons

 

(Winner:Jodie Foster - The Accused)

 

 

 

1987 Actress - Fatal Attraction

 

(Winner:Cher - Moonstruck)

 

 

 

1984 Supporting Actress - The Natural

 

(Winner:Peggy Ashcroft - A Passage to India)

 

 

 

1983 Supporting Actress - The Big Chill

 

(Winner:Linda Hunt - The Year of Living Dangerously)

 

 

 

1982 Supporting Actress - The World According to Garp

 

(Winner:Jessica Lange - Tootsie)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kate Winslet(31,British,5-Time Nominee)

 

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2005 Actress - Little Children

 

(Winner: anyway it's not her)

 

 

 

2004 Actress - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

 

(Winner:Hilary Swank - Million Dollar Baby)

 

 

 

2001 Supporting Actress - Iris

 

(Winner:Jennifer Connelly - A Beautiful Mind)

 

 

 

1997 Actress - Titanic

 

(Winner:Helen Hunt - As Good as it Gets)

 

 

 

1995 Supporting Actress - Sense and Sensibility

 

(Winner:Mira Sorvino - Mighty Aphrodite)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jane Alexander(67,American,4-Time Nominee)

 

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1983 Actress - Testament

 

(Winner:Shirley MacLaine - Terms of Endearment)

 

 

 

1979 Supporting Actress - Kramer vs. Kramer

 

(Winner:Meryl Streep - Kramer vs. Kramer)

 

 

 

1976 Supporting Actress - All the President's Men

 

(Winner:Beatrice Straight - Network )

 

 

 

1970 Actress - The Great White Hope

 

(Winner:Glenda Jackson - Women in Love )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marsha Mason(64,American,4-Time Nominee)

 

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1981 Actress - Only When I Laugh

 

(Winner:Katharine Hepburn - On Golden Pond)

 

 

 

1979 Actress - Chapter Two

 

(Winner:Sally Field - Norma Rae)

 

 

 

1977 Actress - The Goodbye Girl

 

(Winner:Diane Keaton - Annie Hall)

 

 

 

1973 Actress - Cinderella Liberty

 

(Winner:Glenda Jackson - A Touch of Class)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jeff Bridges(57,American,4-Time Nominee)

 

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2000 Supporting Actor - The Contender

 

(Winner:Benicio Del Toro - Traffic)

 

 

 

1984 Actor - Starman

 

(Winner:F. Abraham - Amadeus)

 

 

 

1974 Supporting Actor - Thunderbolt and Lightfoot

 

(Winner:Robert De Niro - The Godfather Part II)

 

 

 

1971 Supporting Actor - The Last Picture Show

 

(Winner:Ben Johnson - The Last Picture Show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ed Harris(56,American,4-Time Nominee)

 

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2002 Supporting Actor - The Hours

 

(Winner:Chris Cooper - Adaptation)

 

 

 

2000 Actor - Pollock

 

(Winner:Russell Crowe - Gladiator)

 

 

 

1998 Supporting Actor - The Truman Show

 

(Winner:James Coburn - Affliction)

 

 

 

1995 Supporting Actor - Apollo 13

 

(Winner:Kevin Spacey - The Usual Suspects)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Julianne Moore(46,American,4-Time Nominee)

 

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2002 Actress - Far from Heaven

 

(Winner:Nicole Kidman - The Hours)

 

 

 

2002 Supporting Actress - The Hours

 

(Winner:Catherine Zeta-Jones - Chicago)

 

 

 

1999 Actress - The End of the Affair

 

(Winner:Hilary Swank - Boys Don't Cry)

 

 

 

1997 Supporting Actress - Boogie Nights

 

(Winner:Kim Basinger - L.A. Confidential)

 

 

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Muito triste constar nesta lista:

Pra mim, a pior colocada aí é Julianne Moore, afinal eu dou um desconto para a Hilary Swank, mas em todos os outros anos ela estava melhor que a vencedora do ano. E mais: se ela tivesse ganho da Swank não teria sido injusto de forma alguma.

 

O caso de Ed Harris é difícil pra mim, pois alguns concorrentes eu não vi. Mas que ele merecia mais que Chris Cooper, merecia.

 

Eu não vi a primeira nomeação de Jeff Bridges, mas vencer Benicio Del Toro, Robert De Niro e F Murray Abraham é complicado.

 

Kate Winslet. Pobre coitada! Ops! De coitada ela não tem nada. Pelo menos na disputa com Mira Sorvino e Jennifer Connely, ela era, com folga, melhor. Já com Hunt e Swank o caso é complicado, afinal a melhor do ano não eram estas, nem Winslet.

 

Quanto a Gleen Close, como pode ela perder para a Cher?

 

E Peter O'Toole? Gregory Peck, Ben Kingsley, Robert De Niro, Marlon Brando, John Wayne. Convenhamos, ele pegou concorrência pesada. Agora, perder para Rex Harrison por My Fair Lady eu acho de mau gosto.

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