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    The Shark Mutiny

    Best Picture

    Best Director (Sam Mendes)

    Best Actor (Scoot McNairy)

    Best Supporting Actor (John Hawkes)

    Best Supporting Actor (Ed Harris)

    Best Ensemble

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Cinematography

    Best Editing

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Use of Action

    StarCraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Best Voice Actor in a Leading Role (Patrick Wilson)

    Best Voice Actor in a Supporting Role (Jon Hamm)

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Costumes

    Best Makeup

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    Dragon Age: Onslaught

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Original Score (Bear McCreary) (The film has several recurring motifs and introduces some new ones that predominate the original material. The first new motif centers around the Dwarven kingdom of Orzammar and is based around heavy percussion and horn beats and deep male vocal chanting. The second new motif reolves around the Elves of the Brecilian Forest. This theme is a bit pastoral and agrarian with mellow violins and woodwinds, but a variant of the theme exists for Zathrian where the string instruments are deeper with ominous, sharp tweaks on occasion. The film introduces a theme for Flemeth which is based around female vocalizing backed up by string instruments.)

    Best Cinematography

    Best Art Direction

    Best Costumes

    Best Makeup

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

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    Empty Hearth

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Joel and Ethan Coen

    Best Ensemble

    Best Actor - Daniel Day Lewis

    Best Supporting Actor - Tommy Lee Jones

    Best Supporting Actress - Marion Cotillard

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Film Editing

    Best Cinematography - Michael Ballhaus

    Best Production Design [Art Direction]

    Best Costumes

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Makeup

    Best Original Score - Johnny Greenwood and Carter Burwell

    Oro

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Steven Spielberg

    Best Actor - Javier Bardem

    Best Supporting Actor - Joseph Gordon-Levitt

    Best Ensemble

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Film Editing

    Best Cinematography - Mauro Fiore

    Best Production Design [Art Direction]

    Best Costumes

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Original Score - John Williams

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    Worlds Apart

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Ridley Scott

    Best Ensemble

    Best Actor - Benedict Cumberbatch

    Best Actor - Chris Pine

    Best Supporting Actor - Ewan McGregor

    Best Supporting Actor - Michael Sheen

    Best Supporting Actress - Meryl Streep

    Best Supporting Actress - Helen Mirren

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Film Editing

    Best Cinematography - Wally Pfister

    Best Production Design [Art Direction]

    Best Costumes

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Makeup

    Best Original Score - John Williams

    Best Original Song "Letting Go" Lyrics and Music by Adele

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    The Very Last First Time

    Best Animated Feature Film

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role - Matt Bomer

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Jean-Claude Donda

    Catharsis

    Best Ensemble

    Best Film Editing

    Best Cinematography - John Toll

    Best Production Design [Art Direction]

    Best Original Score - Klaus Badelt

    Corso

    Best Foreign Language Film

    Best Actor - Nicolas Duvuachelle

    Best Supporting Actress - Berenice Bejo

    The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones

    Best Ensemble

    Best Adapated Screenplay

    Best Production Design [Art Direction]

    Best Costumes

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Use of Action

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    Giants Spiders 2

    Best Use of Action

    Forgiven Not Forgotten

    Best Documentary

    Best Original Song - The Road Home by The Corrs

    Celia, A Slave

    Best Picture

    Best Actress - Keisha Castle-Hughes

    Best Supp. Actor - Michael Madsen

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Art Direction

    Best Costume

    Best Make-Up

    Hindenburg

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Bryan Singer

    Best Supp. Actor - Micheal Fassbender

    Best Supp. Actor - Jason Patrick

    Best Supp. Actor - Channing Tatum

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Art Direction

    Best Cinematography

    Best Editing

    Best Score - John Ottman

    Best Song - Above The Cloud (Robert Plant)

    Best Costume

    Best Make-Up

    Best Sound

    Best VFX

    Best Use of Action

    The Affair

    Best Picture

    Best Director - David Fincher

    Best Actor - Thomas Jane

    Best Supp. Acress - Charlize Theron

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Editing

    Best Score - Trent Reznor

    Best Song - Don't Look Back (Trent Reznor and Dave Grohl)

    Best Use of Action

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    Psychonauts

    Best Animated Feature

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Voice Performance In A Leading Role (Richard Steven Horwitz)

    Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Tom Kenney)

    Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (J.K. Simmons)

    Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Nikki Rapp)

    Best Score (Danny Elfman - The score combines modern Danny Elfman, such as the creepy nature of his Tim Burton films recently. Think Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie. The score uses strings and some vocal elements to make the score. On the other hand, a lot of it is completely wacky and full of energy. Imagine Pee-Wee's Big Adventure for this part. The score can easily transition from being odd and creepy to downright silly and energetic.)

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane

    Best Picture

    Best Director (Wes Anderson)

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Actor (Owen Wilson)

    Best Actress (Emma Watson)

    Best Supporting Actor (Rhys Ifans)

    Best Supporting Actor (Paul Dano)

    Best Ensemble

    Best Cinematography

    Best Film Editing

    Best Art Direction

    Best Costume Design

    Santa Claus: Ultimate Badass

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Use Of Action

    ZeroG

    Best Film Editing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Sound Mixing

    The Men Of The Night

    Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones)

    Best Art Direction

    Best Costume Design

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Sound Mixing

    Stories From Eden

    Best Director (Neill Blomkamp)

    Best Actor (Dane DeHaan)

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Film Editing

    Best Cinematography

    Best Art Direction

    Best Makeup

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Score (Win Butler - The music in this movie, performed by a member of Arcade Fire, uses acoustic guitar to create a melancholy sense of ambiance in setting the scene of this wide-open, desert like world. Most of the music in this part is generally subtle, but still chilling. In the more intense scenes, electric guitars and drums may come in, but they never play fast and furious, but rather just enough to cast an impression of intensity.)

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    In chronological order:

    Psy: Sorry for Gangnam Styling

    Best Documentary Feature

    Best Foreign Film

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

    Best Animated Feature

    Best Voice Actor in a Leading Role - Mr. T

    Double Chronomance

    Best Supporting Actor - Michael J. Fox

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Original Song - "Time and Time Again," performed by Owl City

    Best Visual Effects

    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Bigfoot

    Best Supporting Actor - Mr. T

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Rush

    Best Original Song - "It's Over", performed by Rush and Samuel L. Jackson

    Best Cinematography (Filmed in 3D)

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    Blue Beetle

    Best Voice Performance in a Supporting Role - Mark Hamill

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Thomas Newman

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Costume Design

    Best Film Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    Espionage Project

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Michael Giacchino

    Best Cinematography

    Best Film Editing

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Use of Action

    Summer Wars

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Howard Shore

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Lucid

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Rian Johnson

    Best Actor - Andrew Garfield

    Best Voice Actor in a Supporting Role - Joseph Gordon-Levitt

    Best Original Screenplay - Rian Johnson

    Best Original Score - Alan Silvestri

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Art Direction

    Best Cinematography

    Best Film Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    Shiverin’ Gulch

    Best Animated Feature

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role - Linda Cardellini

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Idris Elba

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Alfred Molina

    Best Original Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Brad Breek (Gravity Falls composer; He'd do something like

    but with much more of a Western vibe. He knows how to do eerie cartoon music.)

    Best Original Song - "Typical Day in Shiverin' Gulch," performed by They Might Be Giants (Typical song by TMBG, but they use more Western types of instruments, like the fiddle and the washboard.)

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Use of Action

    Plastic-Man

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Henry Jackman

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Costume Design

    Best Film Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

    Adele: Rolling in the Deep

    Best Documentary Feature

    Khanh Bernarda Alba

    Best Actress - Leila Hatami

    Best Supporting Actress - Sareh Bayat

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Foreign Film

    The Fault in Our Stars

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Stephen Daldry

    Best Ensemble

    Best Actor - David Henrie

    Best Actress - AnnaSophia Robb

    Best Supporting Actor - Woody Harrelson

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Original Score - Alexandre Desplat

    Best Film Editing

    The Dogs of Babel

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Ron Howard

    Best Ensemble

    Best Actor - Jason Isaacs

    Best Supporting Actor - Bryan Cranston

    Best Supporting Actress - Jasmine (dog who plays Lorelei)

    Best Supporting Actress - Elizabeth Banks

    Best Adapted Screenplay - Kyle Killian

    Best Original Score - James Horner

    Best Cinematography

    Best Film Editing

    Everyman

    Best Actor - Tom Hiddleston

    Best Ensemble

    Best Original Score - Patrick Doyle

    Best Film Editing

    Best Art Direction

    Best Costumes

    Best Makeup

    The Once and Future King: The Sword in the Stone

    Best Picture

    Best Director - Kenneth Branagh

    Best Actor - Asa Butterfield

    Best Supporting Actor - Gary Oldman

    Best Ensemble

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Best Art Direction

    Best Cinematography

    Best Costumes

    Best Makeup

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Visual Effects

    Best Use of Action

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    Ratchet & Clank

    Best Animated Feature

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role - Channing Tatum

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Daniel Craig

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Chris Pine

    Best Use of Action

    Chris Smith and the Island of Dinosaurs

    Best Animated Feature

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role - Chris Hemswortth

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Taylor Kitsch

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Mandy Moore

    Best Use of Action

    Godzilla

    Best Sound Mixing

    Best Sound Editing

    Best Use of Action

    Best Visual Effects

    The Rise and Fall of WWE

    Best Documentary Feature

    Madonna: Masterpiece

    Best Documentary Feature

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    DAWN OF OBLIVION

    -Best Picture

    -Best Director (James Cameron)

    -Best Actor (Brad Pitt)

    -Best Actress (Cate Blanchett)

    -Best Supporting Actor (James Franco)

    -Best Supporting Actor (Philip Seymour Hoffman)

    -Best Supporting Actress (Michelle Monaghan)

    -Best Acting Ensemble (Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, James Franco, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Clive Owen, Michelle Monaghan, Gong Li, and Giovanni Ribisi)

    -Best Original Screenplay

    -Best Film Editing

    -Best Cinematography

    -Best Art Direction

    -Best Original Score (John Williams)

    -Best Visual Effects

    -Best Sound Editing

    -Best Sound Mixing

    -Best Use of Action

    -Best Make Up

    -Best Costumes

    THE NEXT DIMENSION

    -Best Actress (Vera Farmiga)

    -Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Eckhart)

    -Best Original Screenplay

    -Best Cinematography

    -Best Original Score (Hans Zimmer)

    -Best Art Direction

    -Best Visual Effects

    -Best Sound Mixing

    -Best Sound Editing

    -Best Make Up

    -Best Use of Action

    PAST TENSE

    -Best Picture

    -Best Director (Sophia Coppola)

    -Best Actor (Richard Jenkins)

    -Best Actress (Scarlett Johannson)

    -Best Original Screenplay

    -Best Film Editing

    -Best Original Score (Kevin Shields)

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