Movies Of The Year Awards: 2005

Best Picture:

The End: The New World
Oscar: Crash

Best Director:

The End: Terrence Malick, The New World
Oscar: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain

Actor:

The End: Eric Bana, Munich
Oscar: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote

Actress:

The End: Q’orianka Kilcher, The New World
Oscar: Reese Witherspoon, Walk The Line

Supporting Actor:

The End: Mickey Rourke, Sin City
Oscar: George Clooney, Syriana

Supporting Actress:

The End: Maria Bello, A History Of Violence
Oscar: Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener

Original Screenplay:

The End: Hou Hsiao-hsien and Chu T’ien-wen, Three Times
Oscar: Paul Haggis and Robert Moresco, Crash

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Frank Cottrell Boyce, Tristram Shandy
Oscar: Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Three Times
Oscar: Tsotsi

Documentary Feature:

The End: Grizzly Man
Oscar: March Of The Penguins

Live-Action Short Film:

The End: My Dad Is 100 Years Old
Oscar: Six Shooter

Film Editing:

The End: Michael Kahn, Munich
Oscar: Hughes Winborne, Crash

Cinematography:

The End: Emmanuel Lubezki, The New World
Oscar: Dion Beebe, Memoirs Of A Geisha

Art Direction:

The End: Princess Raccoon
Oscar: Memoirs Of A Geisha

Costume Design:

The End: Princess Raccoon
Oscar: Memoirs Of A Geisha

Make-Up:

The End: Sin City
Oscar: Chronicles Of Narnia

Sound:

The End: Munich
Oscar: King Kong

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: The War Of The Worlds
Oscar: King Kong

Visual Effects:

The End: King Kong
Oscar: King Kong

Original Score:

The End: Michiru Ôshima , Princess Raccoon
Oscar: Gustavo Santaolalla, Brokeback Mountain

Original Song:

The End: Tom Petty, “Square One”, Elizabethtown
Oscar: Three 6 Mafia, “It’s Hard Out Here For A Pimp”, Hustle & Flow

Soundtrack:

The End: No Direction Home

Movies Of The Year Awards: 2004

Best Picture:

The End: House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: Million Dollar Baby

Best Director:

The End: Wong Kar-wai, 2046
Oscar: Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby

Actor:

The End: Tony Leung, 2046
Oscar: Jamie Foxx, Ray

Actress:

The End: Zhang Ziyi, 2046 and House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: Hilary Swank, Million Dollar Baby

Supporting Actor:

The End: Willem Dafoe, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
Oscar: Morgan Freeman, Million Dollar Baby

Supporting Actress:

The End: Cate Blanchett, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou and The Aviator
Oscar: Cate Blanchett, The Aviator

Original Screenplay:

The End: Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Tropical Malady
Oscar: Charlie Kaufman, Michel Gondry and Pierre Bismuth, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Hayao Miyazaki, Howl’s Moving Castle
Oscar: Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor, Sideways

Foreign Language Film:

The End: House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: The Sea Inside

Documentary Feature:

The End: Henri Langlois: Phantom Of The Cinematheque
Oscar: Born Into Brothels

Animated Feature:

The End: The Incredibles
Oscar: The Incredibles

Film Editing:

The End: Long Cheng, House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: Thelma Schoonmaker, The Aviator

Cinematography:

The End: Zhao Xiaoding, House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: Robert Richardson, The Aviator

Art Direction:

The End: The World
Oscar: The Aviator

Costume Design:

The End: House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: The Aviator

Make-Up:

The End: Hellboy
Oscar: Lemony Snicket

Sound:

The End: The Aviator
Oscar: Ray

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: The Incredibles
Oscar: The Incredibles

Visual Effects:

The End: Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow
Oscar: Spiderman 2

Original Score:

The End: Shigeru Umebayashi, 2046 and House Of Flying Daggers
Oscar: Jan Kaczmarek, Finding Neverland

Original Song:

The End: Mark Mothersbaugh, “Ping Island”, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
Oscar: Jorge Drexler, “Al Otro Lado Del Río”, The Motorcycle Diaries

Soundtrack:

The End: The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou

Movies Of The Year Awards: 2003

Best Picture:

The End: Kill Bill, Vol. 1
Oscar: The Return Of The King

Best Director:

The End: Quentin Tarantino, Kill Bill Vol. 1
Oscar: Peter Jackson, Return Of The King

Actor:

The End: Tadanobu Asano, Last Life In The Universe and Café Lumière
Oscar: Sean Penn, Mystic River

Actress:

The End: Uma Thurman, Kill Bill Vol. 1
Oscar: Charlize Theron, Monster

Supporting Actor:

The End: Johnny Depp, Pirates Of The Caribbean and Once Upon A Time In Mexico
Oscar: Tim Robbins, Mystic River

Supporting Actress:

The End: Sinitta Boonyasak, Last Life In The Universe
Oscar: Renée Zellweger, Cold Mountain

Original Screenplay:

The End: Kim Ki-duk, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . and Spring
Oscar: Sofia Coppola, Lost In Translation

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Peter Weir & John Collee, Master And Commander
Oscar: Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens and Peter Jackson, Return Of The King

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Last Life In The Universe
Oscar: The Barbarian Invasions

Documentary Feature:

The End: The Fog Of War
Oscar: The Fog Of War

Animated Feature:

The End: Finding Nemo
Oscar: Finding Nemo

Film Editing:

The End: Sally Menke, Kill Bill Vol. 1
Oscar: Jamie Selkirk, Return Of The King

Cinematography:

The End: Baek Dong-hyeon, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . and Spring
Oscar: Russell Boyd, Master And Commander

Art Direction:

The End: Master And Commander
Oscar: Return Of The King

Costume Design:

The End: Down With Love
Oscar: Return Of The King

Make-Up:

The End: Pirates Of The Caribbean
Oscar: Return Of The King

Sound:

The End: Return Of The King
Oscar: Return Of The King

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: Master And Commander
Oscar: Master And Commander

Visual Effects:

The End: Return Of The King
Oscar: Return Of The King

Original Score:

The End: Christopher Dedrick, The Saddest Music In The World
Oscar: Howard Shore, Return Of The King

Original Song:

The End: Dharini Divari, “Gravity”, Last Life In The Universe
Oscar: Annie Lennox, “Into The West”, Return Of The King

Soundtrack:

The End: Masked And Anonymous

Movies Of The Year Awards: 2002

Best Picture:

The End: Punch-Drunk Love
Oscar: Chicago

Best Director:

The End: Zhang Yimou, Hero
Oscar: Roman Polanski, The Pianist

Actor:

The End: Steve Coogan, 24 Hour Party People
Oscar: Adrien Brody, The Pianist

Actress:

The End: Gong Li, Zhou Yu’s Train
Oscar: Nicole Kidman, The Hours

Supporting Actor:

The End: Daniel Day-Lewis, Gangs Of New York
Oscar: Chris Cooper, Adaptation

Supporting Actress:

The End: Isabelle Huppert, 8 Women
Oscar: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago

Original Screenplay:

The End: Alan Mak and Felix Chong, Infernal Affairs
Oscar: Pedro Almodóvar, Talk To Her

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: François Ozon and Marina de Van, 8 Women
Oscar: Ronald Harwood, The Pianist

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Hero
Oscar: Nowhere In Africa

Documentary Feature:

The End: Bowling For Columbine
Oscar: Bowling For Columbine

Animated Feature:

The End: Ice Age (Sorry, it’s the only one I’ve seen)
Oscar: Spirited Away

Film Editing:

The End: Angie Lam, Hero
Oscar: Martin Walsh, Chicago

Cinematography:

The End: Christopher Doyle, Hero
Oscar: Conrad Hall, Road To Perdition

Art Direction:

The End: Hero
Oscar: Chicago

Costume Design:

The End: The Two Towers
Oscar: Chicago

Make-Up:

The End: The Two Towers
Oscar: Frida

Sound:

The End: The Two Towers
Oscar: Chicago

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: The Two Towers
Oscar: The Two Towers

Visual Effects:

The End: The Two Towers
Oscar: The Two Towers

Original Score:

The End: Jon Brion, Punch-Drunk Love
Oscar: Elliot Goldenthal, Frida

Original Song:

The End: Eminem, “Lose Yourself”, 8 Mile
Oscar: Eminem, “Lose Yourself”, 8 Mile

Soundtrack:

The End: Punch-Drunk Love

Movies Of The Year Awards: 2001

Best Picture:

The End: Millennium Mambo
Oscar: A Beautiful Mind

Best Director:

The End: Hou Hsiao-hsien, Millennium Mambo
Oscar: Ron Howard, A Beautiful Mind

Actor:

The End: Billy Bob Thornton, The Man Who Wasn’t There
Oscar: Denzel Washington, Training Day

Actress:

The End: Shu Qi, Millennium Mambo
Oscar: Halle Berry, Monster’s Ball

Supporting Actor:

The End: Ian McKellen, The Fellowship Of The Ring
Oscar: Jim Broadbent, Iris

Supporting Actress:

The End: Penelope Cruz, Vanilla Sky
Oscar: Jennifer Connelly, A Beautiful Mind

Original Screenplay:

The End: Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson, The Royal Tenenbaums
Oscar: Julian Fellowes, Gosford Park

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Steven Spielberg and Ian Watson, AI: Artificial Intelligence
Oscar: Akiva Goldsman, A Beautiful Mind

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Millennium Mambo
Oscar: No Man’s Land

Documentary Feature:

The End: If I Should Fall From Grace
Oscar: Murder On A Sunday Morning

Animated Feature:

The End: Waking Life
Oscar: Shrek

Film Editing:

The End: Jill Bilcock, Moulin Rouge!
Oscar: Pietro Scalia, Black Hawk Down

Cinematography:

The End: Mark Lee Ping-bin, Millennium Mambo
Oscar: Andrew Lesnie, The Fellowship Of The Ring

Art Direction:

The End: The Royal Tenenbaums
Oscar: Moulin Rouge!

Costume Design:

The End: The Fellowship Of The Ring
Oscar: Moulin Rouge!

Make-Up:

The End: The Fellowship Of The Ring
Oscar: The Fellowship Of The Ring

Sound:

The End: The Fellowship Of The Ring
Oscar: Black Hawk Down

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: The Fellowship Of The Ring
Oscar: Pearl Harbor

Visual Effects:

The End: The Fellowship Of The Ring
Oscar: The Fellowship Of The Ring

Original Score:

The End: Yoshihiro Hanno and Giong Lim, Millennium Mambo
Oscar: Howard Shore, The Fellowship Of The Ring

Original Song:

The End: Yoko Kanno, “Diggin”, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
Oscar: Randy Newman, “If I Didn’t Have You”, Monsters, Inc

Soundtrack:

The End: The Royal Tenenbaums

Movies Of The Year Awards: 2000

Best Picture:

The End: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Gladiator

Best Director:

The End: Ang Lee, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Steven Soderberg, Traffic

Actor:

The End: Tony Leung, In The Mood For Love
Oscar: Russell Crowe, Gladiator

Actress:

The End: Zhang Ziyi, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Julia Roberts, Erin Brockovich

Supporting Actor:

The End: Benicio Del Toro, Traffic
Oscar: benicio Del Toro, Traffic

Supporting Actress:

The End: Michelle Yeoh, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Marcia Gay Harden, Pollack

Original Screenplay:

The End: Edward Yang, Yi yi
Oscar: Cameron Crowe, Almost Famous

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Steve Cloves, Wonder Boys
Oscar: Stephen Gaghan, Traffic

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Documentary Feature:

The End: Jeff Buckley: Live In Chicago
Oscar: Into The Arms Of Strangers

Live Action Short Film:

The End: The Heart Of The World
Oscar: I Want To Be . . .

Film Editing:

The End: Tim Squyres, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Stephen Mirrione, Traffic

Cinematography:

The End: Christopher Doyle and Mark Lee Ping-bin, In The Mood For Love
Oscar: Peter Pau, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Art Direction:

The End: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Costume Design:

The End: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Gladiator

Make-Up:

The End: X-Men
Oscar: How The Grinch Stole Christmas

Sound:

The End: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Gladiator

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: Gladiator
Oscar: U-571

Visual Effects:

The End: Gladiator
Oscar: Gladiator

Original Score:

The End: Tan Dun, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Oscar: Tan Dun, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Original Song:

The End: Bob Dylan, “Things Have Changed”, Wonder Boys
Oscar: Bob Dylan, “Things Have Changed”, Wonder Boys

Soundtrack:

The End: In the Mood For Love

Movies Of The Year Awards: 1999

Best Picture:

The End: Eyes Wide Shut
Oscar: American Beauty

Best Director:

The End: Stanley Kubrick, Eyes Wide Shut
Oscar: Sam Mendes, American Beauty

Actor:

The End: Sean Penn, Sweet And Lowdown
Oscar: Kevin Spacey, American Beauty

Actress:

The End: Reese Witherspoon, Election
Oscar: Hilary Swank, Boys Don’t Cry

Supporting Actor:

The End: Tom Cruise, Magnolia
Oscar: Michael Caine, The Cider House Rules

Supporting Actress:

The End: Nicole Kidman, Eyes Wide Shut
Oscar: Angelina Jolie, Girl Interrupted

Original Screenplay:

The End: Paul Thomas Anderson, Magnolia
Oscar: Alan Ball, American Beauty

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor, Election
Oscar: John irving, The Cider House Rules

Foreign Language Film:

The End: The Wind Will Carry Us
Oscar: All About My Mother

Documentary Feature:

The End: Beyond The Mat
Oscar: One Day In September

Film Editing:

The End: Zach Staenberg, The Matrix
Oscar: Zach Staenberg, The Matrix

Cinematography:

The End: Larry Smith, Eyes Wide Shut
Oscar: Conrad Hall, American Beauty

Art Direction:

The End: Eyes Wide Shut
Oscar: Sleepy Hollow

Costume Design:

The End: Eyes Wide Shut
Oscar: Topsy-Turvy

Make-Up:

The End: Topsy-Turvy
Oscar: Topsy-Turvy

Sound:

The End: The Phantom Menace
Oscar: The Matrix

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: The Matrix
Oscar: The Matrix

Visual Effects:

The End: The Matrix
Oscar: The Matrix

Original Score:

The End: Marc Shaiman, South Park
Oscar: John Corigliano, The Red Violin

Original Song:

The End: Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman, “What Would Brian Boitano Do?”, South Park
Oscar: Phil Collins, “You’ll Be In My Heart”, Tarzan

Soundtrack:

The End: Magnolia

Movies Of The Year Awards: 1998

Best Picture:

The End: The Big Lebowski
Oscar: Shakespeare In Love

Best Director:

The End: Joel & Ethan Coen, The Big Lebowski
Oscar: Steven Spielberg, Saving Private Ryan

Actor:

The End: Jeff Bridges, The Big Lebowski
Oscar: Roberto Benigni, Life Is Beautiful

Actress:

The End: Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth
Oscar: Gwynneth Paltrow, Shakespeare In Love

Supporting Actor:

The End: John Goodman, The Big Lebowski
Oscar: James Coburn, Affliction

Supporting Actress:

The End: Olivia Williams, Rushmore
Oscar: Judi Dench, Shakespeare In Love

Original Screenplay:

The End: Joel & Ethan Coen, The Big Lebowski
Oscar: Tom Stoppard & Marc Norman, Shakespeare In Love

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Terrence Malick, The Thin Red Line
Oscar: Bill Condon, Gods And Monsters

Foreign Language Film:

The End: The Flowers Of Shanghai
Oscar: Life Is Beautiful

Film Editing:

The End: Oren Sarch, Pi
Oscar: Michael Kahn, Saving Private Ryan

Cinematography:

The End: John Toll, The Thin Red Line
Oscar: Janusz Kaminski, Saving Private Ryan

Art Direction:

The End: What Dreams May Come
Oscar: Shakespeare In Love

Costume Design:

The End: Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
Oscar: Shakespeare In Love

Make-Up:

The End: Elizabeth
Oscar: Elizabeth

Sound:

The End: Saving Private Ryan
Oscar: Saving Private Ryan

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: Armageddon
Oscar: Saving Private Ryan

Visual Effects:

The End: What Dreams May Come
Oscar: What Dreams May Come

Original Dramatic Score:

The End: Hans Zimmer, The Thin Red Line
Oscar: Nicola Piovani, Life Is Beautiful

Original Comedy/Musical Score:

The End: Mark Mothersbaugh, Rushmore
Oscar: Stephen Warbeck, Shakespeare In Love

Original Song:

The End: Jonathan Richman, “There’s Something About Mary”, There’s Something About Mary
Oscar: Stephen Schwartz, “When You Believe”, The Prince Of Egypt

Soundtrack:

The End: The Big Lebowski

Movies Of The Year Awards: 1997

Best Picture:

The End: Boogie Nights
Oscar: Titanic

Best Director:

The End: Paul Thomas Anderson, Boogie Nights
Oscar: James Cameron, Titanic

Actor:

The End: Tony Leung, Happy Together
Oscar: Jack Nicholson, As Good As It gets

Actress:

The End: Pam Grier, Jackie Brown
Oscar: Helen Hunt, As Good As It gets

Supporting Actor:

The End: Robert Forster, Jackie Brown
Oscar: Robin Williams, Good Will Hunting

Supporting Actress:

The End: Joan Allen, The Ice Storm
Oscar: Kim Basinger, LA Confidential

Original Screenplay:

The End: Paul Thomas Anderson, Boogie Nights
Oscar: Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, Good Will Hunting

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: Quentin Tarantino, Jackie Brown
Oscar: Brian Helgeland and Curtis Hanson, LA Confidential

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Happy Together
Oscar: Character

Documentary Feature:

The End: Fast, Cheap & Out Of Control
Oscar: The Long Way Home

Film Editing:

The End: Abbas Kiarostami, Taste Of Cherry
Oscar: Conrad Buff, James Cameron and Richard Harris, Titanic

Cinematography:

The End: Robert Elswit, Boogie Nights
Oscar: Russell Carpenter, Titanic

Art Direction:

The End: Kundun
Oscar: Titanic

Costume Design:

The End: The Ice Storm
Oscar: Titanic

Make-Up:

The End: Men In Black
Oscar: Men In Black

Sound:

The End: Boogie Nights
Oscar: Titanic

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: Titanic
Oscar: Titanic

Visual Effects:

The End: Titanic
Oscar: Titanic

Original Dramatic Score:

The End: Philip Glass, Kundun
Oscar: James Horner, Titanic

Original Comedy/Musical Score:

The End: Michael Penn, Boogie Nights
Oscar: Anne Dudley, The Full Monty

Original Song:

The End: Joy Lauren Adams, “Alive”, Chasing Amy
Oscar: Celine Dion, “My Heart Will Go On”, Titanic

Soundtrack:

The End: Grosse Pointe Blank

Movies Of The Year Awards: 1996

Best Picture:

The End: Trainspotting
Oscar: The English Patient

Best Director:

The End: Danny Boyle, Trainspotting
Oscar: Anthony Minghella, The English Patient

Actor:

The End: Ralph Fiennes, The English Patient
Oscar: Geoffrey Rush, Shine

Actress:

The End: Frances McDormand, Fargo
Oscar: Frances McDormand, Fargo

Supporting Actor:

The End: Tony Shaloub, Big Night
Oscar: Cuba Gooding, Jr, Jerry Maguire

Supporting Actress:

The End: Natalie Portman, Beautiful Girls
Oscar: Juliette Binoche, The English Patient

Original Screenplay:

The End: Stanley Tucci and Joseph Tropiano, Big Night
Oscar: Joel and Ethan Coen, Fargo

Adapted Screenplay:

The End: John Hodge, Trainspotting
Oscar: Billy Bob Thornton, Sling Blade

Foreign Language Film:

The End: Goodbye South, Goodbye
Oscar: Kolya

Documentary Feature:

The End: When We Were Kings
Oscar: When We Were Kings

Film Editing:

The End: Masahiro Hirakubo, Trainspotting
Oscar: Walter Murch, The English Patient

Cinematography:

The End: John Seale, The English Patient
Oscar: John Seale, The English Patient

Art Direction:

The End: Romeo + Juliet
Oscar: The English Patient

Costume Design:

The End: Emma
Oscar: The English Patient

Make-Up:

The End: From Dusk Til Dawn
Oscar: The Nutty Professor

Sound:

The End: Independence Day
Oscar: The English Patient

Sound Effects Editing:

The End: Independence Day
Oscar: The Ghost And The Darkness

Visual Effects:

The End: Independence Day
Oscar: Independence Day

Original Dramatic Score:

The End: Carter Burwell, Fargo
Oscar: Gabriel Yared, The English Patient

Original Comedy/Musical Score:

The End: Rachel Portman, Emma
Oscar: Rachel Portman, Emma

Original Song:

The End: Radiohead, “Exit Music (For A Film)”, Romeo + Juliet
Oscar: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, “You Must Love Me”, Evita

Soundtrack:

The End: Trainspotting