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#1 skimpole

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Posted Today, 07:14 PM

Quotes from 2001

 

Shrek:

 

Some of you may die, but that is a sacrifice I am willing to make.

 

Ghost World

 

 

Rebecca: [arriving at the graduation ball] Wow. This is so bad, it's almost good.   Enid: This is so bad, it's gone past good and back to bad again.

 

The Royal Tenenbaums

 

 

Chas: Why'd you try to kill yourself?   Etheline: Don't press him right now.   Richie: I wrote a suicide note.   Chas: You did?   Richie: Yeah. Right after I regained consciousness. [Everyone looks slightly confused.]   Chas: Can we read it?   Richie: No.   Chas: Can you paraphrase it for us?   Richie: I don't think so.   Chas: Is it dark?   Richie: Of course it's dark. It's a suicide note.

 

Gosford Park

 

Mary Maceachran: Nobody can stab a corpse and not know it.   Robert Parks: Really? When was the last time you stabbed a corpse?

 

 

The Lord of the Rings:  the Fellowship of the Ring

 

Nobody tosses a dwarf!

Strider: Gentlemen, we do not stop till nightfall.   Pippin: What about breakfast?   Strider: You already had it.   Pippin: We had one, yes. What about second breakfast? [Strider walks away]   Merry: I don't think he knows about second breakfast, Pip.   Pippin: What about elevenses? Luncheon? Afternoon tea? Dinner? Supper? He knows about them, doesn't he?   Merry: I wouldn't count on it.  

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Posted Today, 06:24 PM

I have not seen these listed by other posters (I'll add those from the foreign awards later, maybe):

 

All or Nothing

An Amazing Couple

Amen

Blissfully Yours

Blue Car

Blue Crush

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys

Demonlover

Divine Intervention

8 Women

The Emperor's Club

The Importance of Being Earnest

Interview with the Assassin

Le Fils

Lilya-4-Ever

The Magdalene Sisters

The Man on the Train

The Man Without a Past

Men With Brooms

Morvern Callar

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

My Mother Likes Women

Open Hearts

Orange County

Personal Velocity

The Rules of Attraction

The Slaughter Rule

The Son

Sunshine State

Sweet Home Alabama

Ten

Treasure Planet

Unknown Pleasures

Waiting for Happiness

White Oleander



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I'm afraid that this may fill up the entire page!  It felt like I was typing out all of the films made in 2002.  I have lots to see - which is a good thing.  Again, I know the plots of these films but it would be nice to hear about everyone's acting choices.

Here are the films from 2002 that were mentioned that I have not seen as yet. 

 

About a Boy with Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult, Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette

Catch Me If You Can with Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Amy Adams and Christopher Walken

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys with Jena Malone

Far From Heaven with Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Patricia Clarkson, Viola Davis and Dennis Haysbert

Igby Goes Down with Kieran Culkin, Jeff Goldblum, Amanda Peet, Claire Danes and Susan Sarandon

Insomnia with Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank

 

 

Where to start. First of all Bogie, you are a superstar for trying to tackle so many films. My watch list is still way too long.

 

Here are six films I personally nominated performances from for the year 2002.

 

Over the last few years, I have begun to grow more of an affinity for the work of Hugh Grant. Although he has publicly admitted that he is not really a fan of film acting, I feel that he is very good at what he does. In About a Boy, he plays a similar character to those in Four Weddings and a Funeral and Love Actually, but he has made it a science. I like that Will, even though he starts out very unlikable, becomes close to Marcus as the movie progresses. I also admire the performance of Nicholas Hoult as Marcus and his ability to give an honest, heartfelt performance at such a young age. Marcus is unsure of himself but he wants to make his mother proud.

 

Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks are the key performances for Catch Me if You Can. The two actors try everything to get the best of the other, creating a fast-paced and sharp film. Like Grant, DiCaprio has carved a certain niche during his acting career; the confident and brash young man who wants to succeed no matter the cost. Hanks' Carl Hanratty on the other hand, goes from the typical hero to being a tightly wound authority figure bent on finishing the criminal activity of Abagnale. I also enjoy Walken as Abagnale Sr., particularly the scenes he shares with Hanks, while Adams, though not as good as Hanks or DiCaprio, shows what her career will eventually become in a small role as DiCaprio's love interest.

 

Although I nominated Malone, I should also mention that Altar Boys depends on the stars Emile Hirsch and Kieran Culkin. The two young stars are great as the comic book fans looking for a way out of their boring lives, and here they show that there is still a market for funny, moving teen films. Malone brings a charm to the mix which I also noticed in Contact and Stepmom. I'm glad these kind of performances are still there in a teen movie market saturated with offerings like Vampire Academy and The Last Airbender.

 

Far from Heaven, looking at my picks from that year, is my favorite of the lot. Julianne Moore, like Grant, is becoming one of my favorite actors, and its because of films like this one that prove this realization to be true. Moore delivers a truly heartbreaking performance as Cathy which, as much of a cliché as that has become, is in this case true. Dennis Haysbert is also good in his first real lead role. Haysbert's Raymond is sensual and the two have a wonderful chemistry that brings about a real tragedy to the film. I really admire this movie as a whole, but Moore and Haysbert are what makesv it come alive. Recommended for fans of Douglas Sirk.

 

Kieran Culkin made two films which featured on my list, and Igby Goes Down is equally as good, if not better, than Altar Boys. Culkin is deserving of the praise he received for his work in this film, giving a smart, yet eccentric performance that should have brought him more fame. He's a good lead for the movie, which also features strong performances from Susan Sarandon, who I had among my Top 5 for Best Supporting Actress and Jeff Goldblum. He's very much akin to a young Johnny Depp from What's Eating Gilbert Grape. Truly one of my favorite performances from this year.

 

Robin Williams is one of my favorite comedic actors, but holy jumpin'. I didn't know he could deliver goosebumps with a performance. Williams, as Walter Finch, nails down a stellar turn in a film that pits him against acting heavyweight Al Pacino. Williams uses his trademark voice to spin a dangerous web that Pacino and partner Hilary Swank must navigate, and I loved every minute of it. Truly a highlight of his long and varied career.

 

That's all for now. I'll cover six more films in the next post.


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Posted Today, 04:48 PM

I find Catch Me If You Can one of Spielberg's most appealing films. People who don't particularly care for Spielberg should be directed to this film.

 

The Bourne Identity is a solid thriller, with intrusive but gifted direction. Like a number of Matt Damon's projects, it has a distinctly left-wing attitude. The Ludlum novel and the TV movie starring Richard Chamberlain were about a CIA agent who wrongly believes that he may be the international terrorist known as Carlos. In the Damon version there are no international terrorists; the problems are within the CIA itself, and Jason Bourne is a CIA black ops killer. Damon has more chemistry with Franka Potente than with most of his other female co-stars, and this is a plus.



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Posted Today, 04:46 PM

 

About a Boy with Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult, Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette

Assassination Tango with Robert Duvall

Austin Powers in Goldmember with Mike Myers, Verne Troyer and Fred Savage

Auto Focus with Greg Kinnear and Willem Dafoe

The Banger Sisters with Goldie Hawn

Better Luck Tomorrow with Karin Anna Cheung

Bloody Sunday with James Nesbitt

The Bourne Identity with Franka Potente and Clive Owen

Bubba Ho-Tep with Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis

Buffalo Soldiers with Joaquin Phoenix

Catch Me If You Can with Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Amy Adams and Christopher Walken

Changing Lanes with Samuel L. Jackon, Ben Affleck and Amanda Peet

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind with Sam Rockwell

The Crime of Father Amaro with Gael Garcia Bernal

Dahmer with Jeremy Renner

Dirty Pretty Things with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Okonedo, Audrey Tatou and Benedict Wong

Far From Heaven with Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Patricia Clarkson, Viola Davis and Dennis Haysbert

Femme Fatale with Antonio Banderas, Rebecca Romijin and Rie Rasmussen

The Good Girl with Jennifer Anniston, Zooey Deschanel and John C. Reilly

Heaven with Cate Blanchett

Hollywood Ending with Woody Allen and Tea Leoni

Ice Age with John Leguizamo

Igby Goes Down with Kieran Culkin, Jeff Goldblum, Amanda Peet, Claire Danes and Susan Sarandon

Insomnia with Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank

Irreversible with Monica Bellucci

John Q with Denzel Washington and Robert Duvall

Killing Me Softly with Heather Graham

Laurel Canyon with Frances McDormand

Lilo and Stitch with Tia Carrere

Max with Noah Taylor and John Cusack

May with Angela Bettis

Men In Black II with Will Smith

Moonlight Mile with Jake Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon and Ellen Pompeo

Narc with Ray Liotta

Panic Room with Jodie Foster, Kristen Stewart and Forest Whitaker, Dwight Yoakim and Patrick Bachau

People I Know with Al Pacino

Phone Booth with Colin Farrell and Kiefer Sutherland

Possession with Gwyneth Paltrow

Public Enemy with Sol Kyung-gu

Pumpkin with Christina Ricci

Punch Drunk Love with Adam Sandler, Emily Watson and Philip Seymour Hoffman

The Quiet American with Michael Caine, Brendan Fraser and Do Tho Hai Yen

Raising Victor Vargas with Victor Rasuk, Attagracia Guzman and Judy Marte

Red Dragon with Ralph Fiennes and Anthony Hopkins

Ripley’s Game with John Malkovich and Dougray Scott

Roger Dodger with Campbell Scott, Jennifer Beals and Jesse Eisenberg

The Salton Sea with Vincent D\Onofrio

The Scorpion King with Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock

Secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal

S1mOne with Rachel Roberts (III)

Spun with Mickey Rourke

Star Wars: Attack of the Clones with Christopher Lee

Talk to Her with Javier Camara, Dario Grandinetti, Leonor Watling and Rosario Flores

Thirteen Conversations About One Thing with Alan Arkin

The Transporter with Jason Statham

25th Hour with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Edward Norton, Barry Pepper, Brian Cox and Rosario Dawson

24 Hour Party People with Steve Coogan, Paddy Cosidine, Sean Harris and Shirley Henderson

Unfaithful with Diane Lane, Richard Gere and Erik Per Sullivan

Van Wilder with Ryan Reynolds

 

I've seen a few.

 

I'll just mention Public Enemy, a South Korean thriller about a dirtbag slob of a cop played by Sol Kyung-gu who's after a slick, refined killer played by Lee Sung-jae. I thought Sol was hilarious as the cop who would be the villain in most other movies.

 

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Posted Today, 03:30 PM

I'm afraid that this may fill up the entire page!  It felt like I was typing out all of the films made in 2002.  I have lots to see - which is a good thing.  Again, I know the plots of the American films but it would be nice to hear about everyone's acting choices.

Here are the films from 2002 that were mentioned that I have not seen as yet. 

 

About a Boy with Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult, Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette

AKA with Bill Nighy

All or Nothing with Timothy Spall, James Cordern, Lesley Manville and Ruth Sheen

Amen with Matthieu Kassovitz and Ulrich Tukur

Ararat with Arsinee Khanijan and Elias Koteas

Assassination Tango with Robert Duvall

Austin Powers in Goldmember with Mike Myers, Verne Troyer and Fred Savage

Auto Focus with Greg Kinnear and Willem Dafoe

The Banger Sisters with Goldie Hawn

Beautiful Memories with Isabelle Carre and Bernard Le Coq

The Best Day of My Life with Margherita Buy, Virna Lisi and Sandra Ceccarelli

Better Luck Tomorrow with Karin Anna Cheung

Blissfuly Yours with Kanokporn Tongaram, Min Oo and Jenjira Jansuda

Bloody Sunday with James Nesbitt

Blue with Mikako Ichikawa

Blue Car with Agnes Bruckner and David Strathairn

Blue Crush with Kate Bosworth and Michelle Rodriguez

The Bourne Identity with Franka Potente and Clive Owen

Bubba Ho-Tep with Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis

Buffalo Soldiers with Joaquin Phoenix

Catch Me If You Can with Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Amy Adams and Christopher Walken

Changing Lanes with Samuel L. Jackon, Ben Affleck and Amanda Peet

Charlotte Sometimes with Jacqueline Kim

Common Ground with Mercedes Sampletro

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind with Sam Rockwell

The Crime of Father Amaro with Gael Garcia Bernal

The Cuckoo with Ville Haapassaio

Dahmer with Jeremy Renner

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys with Jena Malone

Demonlover with Connie Nielsen

Dirty Pretty Things with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Okonedo, Audrey Tatou and Benedict Wong

Divine Intervention with Elia Suleiman

Elina: As If I Wasn’t There with Bibi Andersson

The Embalmer with Ernesto Mahieux

The Emperor’s Club with Kevin Kline, Emile Hirsch and Paul Dano

Far From Heaven with Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Patricia Clarkson, Viola Davis and Dennis Haysbert

Femme Fatale with Antonio Banderas, Rebecca Romijin and Rie Rasmussen

Funny Ha Ha with Kate Dollenmayer

The Good Girl with Jennifer Anniston, Zooey Deschanel and John C. Reilly

The Guy In the Grave Next Door with Michael Nyqvist

The Heart of Me with Olivia Williams and Helena Bonham Carter

Heaven with Cate Blanchett

Hollywood Ending with Woody Allen and Tea Leoni

Hush! with Reiko Kataoka

Hysterical Blindness with Juliette Lewis

Ice Age with John Leguizamo

Igby Goes Down with Kieran Culkin, Jeff Goldblum, Amanda Peet, Claire Danes and Susan Sarandon

I Love You with Diancarlo Giannini

The Importance of Being Earnest with Anna Massey, Judi Dench, Colin Firth and Tom Wilkinson

Insomnia with Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank

Interview With the Assassin with Raymond J. Barry

Irreversible with Monica Bellucci

John Q with Denzel Washington and Robert Duvall

A Journey Called Love with Stefano Accorsi

Killing Me Softly with Heather Graham

KT with Koichi Sato

A Laughing Frog with Nene Ohtsuka

Laurel Canyon with Frances McDormand

Letter From the Mountain with Tanie Kitabayashi

Lilo and Stitch with Tia Carrere

Lilya 4-ever with Oksana Akinshine

Man on the Train with Jean Rochefort and Johnny Hallyday

The Mandrake Sting with Gigi Proietti

Max with Noah Taylor and John Cusack

May with Angela Bettis

Men In Black II with Will Smith

Men With Brooms with Paul Gross, Leslie Nielsen and Molly Parker

Mohohan: Copycat Killer with Kanji Tsuda

Moonlight Mile with Jake Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon and Ellen Pompeo

Morvern Callar with Samantha Morton

My Mother Likes Women with Leonor Watling

My Mother’s Smile with Sergio Castellitto and Piera Degli Esposti

Narc with Ray Liotta

A Neapolitan Spell with Marina Confalone

Orange County with Jack Black

Panic Room with Jodie Foster, Kristen Stewart and Forest Whitaker, Dwight Yoakim and Patrick Bachau

People I Know with Al Pacino

Personal Velocity: Three Portraits with Parker Posey

Phone Booth with Colin Farrell and Kiefer Sutherland

Possession with Gwyneth Paltrow

Public Enemy with Sol Kyung-gu

Pumpkin with Christina Ricci

Punch Drunk Love with Adam Sandler, Emily Watson and Philip Seymour Hoffman

The Quiet American with Michael Caine, Brendan Fraser and Do Tho Hai Yen

Raising Victor Vargas with Victor Rasuk, Attagracia Guzman and Judy Marte

Red Dragon with Ralph Fiennes and Anthony Hopkins

Respiro with Valeria Golino

The Reunion with Cecilia Frode

Ripley’s Game with John Malkovich and Dougray Scott

Roger Dodger with Campbell Scott, Jennifer Beals and Jesse Eisenberg

The Rules of Attraction with Ian Somerhalder

Safe Conduct with Jacques Gamblin

The Salton Sea with Vincent D\Onofrio

Savage Messiah with Luc Picard with Pascale Montpetit

The Scorpion King with Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock

The Secret Lives of Dentists with Hope Davis

Secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal

S1mOne with Rachel Roberts (III)

Skins with Graham Greene

The Slaughter Rule with David Morse

The Son with Olivier Gourmet and Morgan Marinne

Spun with Mickey Rourke

Star Wars: Attack of the Clones with Christopher Lee

Summer Things with Karin Vlard

Suxxess with Goran Ragnerstam

Sweet Home Alabama with Reese Witherspoon

Talk to Her with Javier Camara, Dario Grandinetti, Leonor Watling and Rosario Flores

Ten with Mania Akbari, Amin Maher and Roya Akbari

Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet: Int. Trailer with Chloe Sevigny

Thirteen Conversations About One Thing with Alan Arkin

This Little Life with Kate Ashfield

Together with Peigi Liu

The Tracker with David Gulpilil

The Transporter with Jason Statham

Treasure Planet with Brian Murray

25th Hour with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Edward Norton, Barry Pepper, Brian Cox and Rosario Dawson

24 Hour Party People with Steve Coogan, Paddy Cosidine, Sean Harris and Shirley Henderson

Unfaithful with Diane Lane, Richard Gere and Erik Per Sullivan

Unknown Pleasures with Zhao Weiwei and Zhao Tao

Utsutsu with Nene Ohtsuka and Rie Miyazawa

Van Wilder with Ryan Reynolds

Waiting For Happiness with Khatra Ouid Abder Kader

Walking on Water with Maria Theodorakis, Nathaniel Dean and Judi Farr

When the Last Sword Is Drawn with Koichi Sato

White Oleander with Michelle Pfeiffer, Alison Lohman and Renee Zellweger

Wilbur Wants to Kill Herself with Shirley Henderson and Adrian Rawlins

A Woman’s Work with Shin’ya Tsukamoto



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Posted Today, 03:18 PM

The Japanese Academy Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Hiroyuki Sanada, The Twilight Samurai

 

Best Actress

Rie Miyazawa, The Twilight Samurai

 

Best Supporting Actor

Min Tanaka, The Twilight Samurai

 

Best Supporting Actress

Tanie Kitabayashi, Letter From the Mountain

 

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Japan’s Blue Ribbon Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Koichi Sato, KT

 

Best Actress

Reiko Kataoka, Hush!

 

Best Supporting Actor

Kanji Tsuda, Mohohan: Copycat Killer

 

Best Supporting Actress

Rie Miyazawa, The Twilight Samurai

 

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Japan’s Mainichi Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Hiroyuki Sanada, The Twilight Samurai and Vengeance For Sale  (01)

 

Best Actress

Nene Ohtsuka, A Laughing Frog, Utsutsu and  Man Walking on Snow (01)

 

Best Supporting Actor

Shin’ya Tsukamoto, A Woman’s Work, Ichi the Killer (01),  Chloe (01) and Drowning Fish (01)

 

Best Supporting Actress

Rie Miyazawa, The Twilight Samurai and Utsutsu



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Posted Today, 02:13 PM

The Canadian Genie Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Luc Picard, Savage Messiah*

 

Best Actress

Arsinee Khanijian, Ararat*

 

Best Supporting Actor

Elias Koteas, Ararat*

 

Best Supporting Actress

Pasquale Montpetit, Savage Messiah* 

 

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The Australian Film Institute Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

David Gulpilil, The Tracker* 

 

Best Actress

Maria Theodorakis, Walking on Water* 

 

Best Supporting Actor

Nathaniel Dean, Walking on Water*

 

Best Supporting Actresses

Judi Farr, Walking on Water*



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Posted Today, 08:57 AM

Italy’s Nastro d’Argento Film Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Sergio Castellitto, My Mother’s Smile*

 

Best Actress

Valeria Golino, Respiro*

 

Best Supporting Actor

Leo Gullotta, Vajont - La Diga del Disonore* (01)

 

Best Supporting Actresses

Margherita Buy, Virna Lisi and Sandra Ceccarelli, The Best Day of My Life*

 

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Italy’s 01/02 David di Donatello Awards for 2002 included …

 

Best Actor

Giancarlo Giannini, Eugenio I Love You* 

 

Best Actress

Marina Confalone, A Neapolitan Spell* 

 

Italy’s 02/03 David di Donatello Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Massimo Girotti, Facing Windows* (03)

 

Best Actress

Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Facing Windows* (03)

 

Best Supporting Actor

Ernesto Mahieux, The Embalmer*

 

Best Supporting Actresses

Piera Degli Esposti, My Mother’s Smile*



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Posted Today, 04:42 AM

France’s Cesar Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Adrien Brody, The Pianist*

 

Best Actress

Isabelle Carre, Beautiful Memories*

 

Best Supporting Actor

Bernard Le Coq, Beautiful Memories*

 

Best Supporting Actress

Karen Vlard, Summer Things*

 

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Sweden’s Guldbagge Awards for 2002 were…

 

Best Actor

Michael Nyqvist, The Guy In the Grave Next Door*

 

Best Actress

Oksana Akinshina, Lilya 4-ever*

 

Best Supporting Actor

Goran Ragnerstam, Suxxess*

 

Best Supporting Actress

Cecilia Frode, The Reunion*



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Posted Yesterday, 08:34 PM

Here are some performances from 2002 that will be recognized in subsequent years …

 

Keisha Castle-Hughes will be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar and the Washington DC Film Critics Association Best Actress Award in 2003 for Whale Rider (2002).  She will win the Broadcast Film Critics Juvenile Acting award and be nominated by the Screen Actors Awards for Best Supporting Actress.

 

Samantha Morton will be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar and the Independent Spirit and Broadcast Film Critics Best Actress Awards in 2003 for In America (2002).

 

Djimon Watanabe will be nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar and the Independent Spirit Best Supporting Actor Award in 2003 for In America (2002).

 

Hope Davis will win the New York Film Critics Best Actress Award and be nominated for the Independent Spirit Best Supporting Actress Award in 2003 for The Secret Lives of Dentists (2002).

 

Sarah Bolger will be nominated for the Washington DC Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Award in 2003 for In America (2002).

 

Kate Dollenmayer will be nominated for the National Society of Film Critics Best Actress Award in 2005 for Funny Ha Ha (2002).

 

Bill Nighy will win the Los Angeles Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Award in 2003 for AKA (2002) and three other films.

 

Samantha Morton will win the Toronto Film Critics Association Best Actress Award in 2003 for Morvern Callar (2002).

 

Miranda Richardson will win the Toronto Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Award in 2003 for Spider (2002).

 

Chiwetel Ejiofor will be nominated for the Washington DC Film Critics Association Best Actor Award in 2003 for Dirty Pretty Things (2002).

 

Agnes Bruckner will be nominated for the Independent Spirit Best Actress Award in 2003 for Blue Car (2002).

 

Alessandro Nivola will be nominated for the Independent Spirit Best Supporting Actor Award in 2003 for Laurel Canyon (2002).

 

Frances McDormand will be nominated for the Independent Spirit Best Supporting Actress Award in 2003 for Laurel Canyon (2002).

 

Sam Rockwell will win the Berlin Film Festival Best Actor Award in 2003 for Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002).

 

Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore will win the Berlin Film Festival Best Actress Award in 2003 for The Hours (2002).

 

Muzaffer Ozdemir will win the Cannes Film Festival Best Actor Award in 2003 for Distant (2002).

 

Bibi Andersson will win Sweden's Guldbagge Best Supporting actress Award in 2003 for Elina: As If I Wasn't There (2002).

 

Gigi Proietti will win Italy’s Nastro d’Argento Film Journalists Best Supporting Actor Award in 2003 for The Mandrake Sting (2002).

 

Giancarlo Giannini won Italy’s David di Donatello Best Actor Award in 01/02 for I Love You (2002).

 

Marina Confalone won Italy’s David di Donatello Best Actress Award in 01/02 for A Neapolitan Spell (2002).

 

Kiichi Nakai will win the Japanese Academy Best Actor Award in 2003 for When the Last Sword Is Drawn (2000).

 

Koichi Sato will win the Japanese Academy Best Supporting Actor Award in 2003 for When the Last Sword Is Drawn (2000).


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Posted Yesterday, 03:16 PM

The 2002 Venice Film Festival winners were:

 

Best Actors

Stefano Accorsi, A Journey Called Love*

Jean Rochefort, Man on the Train*

 

Best Actress

Julianne Moore, Far from Heaven*

 

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The 2002 San Sebastian Film Festival winners were…

 

Best Actor

Peigi Liu, Together*

 

Best Actress

Mercedes Sampietro, Common Ground*

 

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The 2002 Moscow International Film Festival winners were …

 

Best Actor

Ville Haapasaio, The Cuckoo*

 

Best Actress

Mikako Ichikawa, Blue*



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Posted Yesterday, 12:57 PM

The 2002 Berlin International Film Festival winners were…

 

Best Actor

Jacques Gamblin, Safe Conduct*

 

Best Actress

Halle Berry, Monster’s Ball* (01)

 

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The 2002 Cannes Film Festival winners were…

 

Best Actor

Olivier Gourmet, The Son*

 

Best Actress

Kati Outinen, The Man Without a Past*



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Posted Yesterday, 12:48 PM

The Golden Globe Awards for 2002 were …

 


Kieran Culkin, Igby Goes to Town


 

 

Best Supporting Actress


Susan Sarandon, Igby Goes to Town

 

I believe the movie is actually called Igby Goes Down


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Posted Yesterday, 10:25 AM

The Golden Globe Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor in a Drama

Jack Nicholson, About Schmidt*

Leonardo DiCaprio, Catch Me If You Can

Daniel Day-Lewis, Gangs of New York

Adrien Brody, The Pianist

Michael Caine, The Quiet American

 

Best Actresses in a Drama

Nicole Kidman, The Hours* 

Julianne Moore, Far From Heaven

Salma Hayek, Frida

Meryl Streep, The Hours

Diane Lane, Unfaithful

 

Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical

Richard Gere, Chicago*

Hugh Grant, About a Boy

Nicolas Cage, Adaptation

Kieran Culkin, Igby Goes Down

Adam Sandler, Punch Drunk Love

 

Best Actresses in a Comedy or Musical

Renee Zellweger, Chicago*

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Secretary

Goldie Hawn, The Banger Sisters

Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago

Nia Vardalos, My big Fat Greek Wedding

 

Best Supporting Actor

Chris Cooper, Adaptation*

John C. Reilly, Chicago

Dennis Quaid, Far From Heaven

Ed Harris, The Hours

Paul Newman, Road to Perdition

 

Best Supporting Actress

Meryl Streep, Adaptation*

Kathy Bates, About Schmidt

Queen Latifah, Chicago

Cameron Diaz, Gangs of New York

Susan Sarandon, Igby Goes Down


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Posted Yesterday, 05:03 AM

The Screen Actors Guild Awards for 2002 were ….

 

Best Actor

Daniel Day-Lewis, Gangs of New York*

Jack Nicholson, About Schmidt

Nicolas Cage, Adaptation

Richard Gere, Chicago

Adrien Brody, The Pianist

 

Best Actress

Renee Zellweger, Chicago*

Julianne Moore, Far From Heaven

Salma Hayek, Frida

Nicole Kidman, The Hours

Diane Lane, Unfaithful

 

Best Supporting Actor

Christopher Walken, Catch Me If You Can*

Chris Cooper, Adaptation

Dennis Quaid, Far From Heaven

Alfred Molina, Frida

Ed Harris, The Hours

 

Best Supporting Actress

Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago*

Kathy Bates, About Schmidt

Queen Latifah, Chicago

Julianne Moore, The Hours

Michelle Pfeiffer, White Oleander



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Posted 26 June 2017 - 04:22 PM

The 01/02 British Independent Film Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

James Nesbitt, Bloody Sunday*

Timothy Spall, All or Nothing

Bill Nighy, Lawless Heart (01)

Richard Harris, My Kingdom (01)

 

Best Actress

Samantha Morton, Morvern Callar*

Elaine Cassidy, Disco Pigs (01)

Shirley Henderson, Villa des Roses

Harriet Walter, Villa des Roses

 

 

The 02/03 British Independent Film Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Chiwetel Eijofor, Dirty Pretty Things*

Joaquin Phoenix, Buffalo Soldiers

Paddy Considine, In America

Kevin McKidd, 16 Years of Alcohol (03)

Ewan McGregor, Young Adam (03)

 

Best Actress

Olivia Williams, The Heart of Me*

Helena Bonham Carter, The Heart of Me

Samantha Morton, In America

Kate Ashfield, This Little Life

Tilda Swinton, Young Adam (03)

 

Best Supporting Actor/Actress

Susan Lynch, 16 Years of Alcohol* (03)

Sophie Okenedo, Dirty Pretty Things

Benedict Wong, Dirty Pretty Things

Shirley Henderson, Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself

Adrian Rawlins, Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself



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Posted 26 June 2017 - 04:13 PM

The Independent Spirit Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

 

Jeremy Renner, Dahmer

 

That was another good one. It was the first thing I recall seeing Renner in, and I never would have expected that he would eventually become a big star playing superheros and the like.

 

I'm also surprised the movie was nominated. There was a string of cheap exploitation films based on the lives of serial killers released around that time, such as Ed Gein with Steve Railsback, Gacy with Mark Holton, Ted Bundy with Michael Reilly Burke, and Nightstalker with Bret Roberts. I watched them all, and Renner as Dahmer stood out as superior to the rest.


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Posted 26 June 2017 - 03:42 PM

The Independent Spirit Awards for 2002 were …

 

Best Actor

Derek Luke, Antwone Fisher* 

Jeremy Renner, Dahmer

Danny Huston, Ivansxtc (00)

Campbell Scott, Roger Dodger

Graham Greene, Skins

 

Best Actress

Julianne Moore, Far From Heaven*

Jennifer Anniston, The Good Girl

Catherine Keener, Lovely & Amazing (01)

Parker Posey, Personal Velocity: Three Portraits

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Secretary

 

Best Supporting Actor

Dennis Quaid, Far From Heaven*

John C. Reilly, The Good Girl

Peter Weller, Ivansxtc (00)

Ray Liotta, Narc

Alan Arkin, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing (01)

 

Best Supporting Actress

Emily Mortimer, Lovely & Amazing* (01)

Viola Davis, Antwone Fisher

Jacqueline Kim, Charlotte Sometimes

Juliette Lewis, Hysterical Blindness

Julianne Nicholson, Tully (00)



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Posted 26 June 2017 - 02:54 PM

The BAFTA Awards for 2002 were ….

 

Best Actor

Daniel Day-Lewis, Gangs of New York* 

Jack Nicholson, About Schmidt

Nicolas Cage, Adaptation

Adrien Brody, The Pianist

Michael Caine, The Quiet American

 

Best Actress

Nicole Kidman, The Hours*

Renee Zellweger, Chicago

Salma Hayek, Frida

Meryl Streep, The Hours

Helle Berry, Monster’s Ball (00)

 

Best Supporting Actor

Christopher Walken, Catch Me If You Can* 

Chris Cooper, Adaptation

Alfred Molina, Frida

Ed Harris, The Hours

Paul Newman, Road to Perdition

 

Best Supporting Actress

Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago* 

Toni Collette, About a Boy

Meryl Streep, Adaptation

Queen Latifah, Chicago

Julianne Moore, The Hours






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