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Old 12-13-2007, 07:28 PM   #21
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Some good nominees this year for sure.

Would love to see Eddie win.
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Old 12-13-2007, 08:11 PM   #22
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Eddie Vedder Into The Wild Soundtrack

As much as I love Denzel, I have to agree that i'm not sure about his nomination. I didn't see the movie, but it seems to me that he could put out just about anything and it would get nominated these days. The Great Debators for Best Movie? I didn't see it either, but the fact that Oprah is involved really bugs me!

Not sure what to think of the other categories just yet. A little bummed that The Office wasn't nominated. And I really don't want to see Angelina Jolie win anything. Seems like a weak year for Best Actress. They'll probably give it to the old lady, Julie Christie.
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Great Debaters isn't out yet, I think it's out next Friday

I never saw Jesse James, it never played anywhere near me. No Country For Old Men is at the theater I always go to but the description I read just didn't appeal to me, maybe I will rent it when it comes out on DVD. Into The Wild never played at my theater either, even though I saw the trailer there numerous times.
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American Gangster is a decent movie that shouldn't win anything, s I agree with the rest of you.

Surprised about Brad Pitt, since Jesse James may have been his best work. I did like Angelina Jolie in A Mighty Heart a whole lot so maybe they can walk away 1/2 there.

Still want to see No Country for Old Men.
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Living in "fly-over country"-Milwaukee, WI, some of the movies nominated haven't arrived in our local theaters. However, I really want to see "Juno," "The Savages," and "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story." I'll probably rent some of the other nominees once they come out on DVD.

And sadly, I haven't seen some of the TV shows because I don't have cable. I'm bummed that "The Office" didn't get a best comedy show nom. And I wish my new favorite, "Chuck" would have gotten some Golden Globe love. Oh well.
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thank you for the updates on the Nomenees
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