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    The Golden Globe Game

    i post the nominations then you pick who you think will win and after the awards i will add up the points and the person with the most wins

    The Point System
    Best Picture (Drama) - 10 Points
    Best Picture (Comedy/Musical) - 10 Points
    Best Director - 8 Points
    Best Actor (Drama) - 8 Points
    Best Actress (Drama) - 8 Points
    Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) - 8 Points
    Best Actress (Comedy/Musical) - 8 Points
    Best Supporting Actor - 5 Points
    Best Supporting Actress - 5 Points
    Best Foreign Language Film - 10 Points
    Best Screenplay - 8 Points
    Best Original Score - 5 Points
    Best Original Song - 5 Points




    The Catagories

    BEST PICTURE (DRAMA)

    Cold Mountain
    Master and Commander
    Mystic River
    The Return of the King
    Seabiscuit


    BEST PICTURE (COMEDY/MUSICAL)

    Bend it Like Beckham
    Big Fish
    Finding Nemo
    Lost in Translation
    Love Actually


    BEST DIRECTOR

    Anthony Minghella for Cold Mountain
    Sofia Coppola for Lost in Translation
    Peter Weir for Master and Commander
    Clint Eastwood for Mystic River
    Peter Jackson for The Return of the King


    BEST ACTOR (DRAMA)

    Jude Law for Cold Mountain
    Ben Kingsley for House of Sand and Fog
    Tom Cruise for The Last Samurai
    Russell Crowe for Master and Commander
    Sean Penn for Mystic River


    BEST ACTRESS (DRAMA)

    Nicole Kidman for Cold Mountain
    Scarlett Johansson for Girl with a Pearl Earring
    Uma Thurman for Kill Bill: Vol. 1
    Charlize Theron for Monster
    Evan Rachel Wood for Thirteen
    Cate Blanchett for Veronica Guerin

    BEST ACTOR (COMEDY/MUSICAL)

    Billy Bob Thornton for Bad Santa
    Bill Murray for Lost in Translation
    Johnny Depp for Pirates of the Caribbean
    Jack Black for School of Rock
    Jack Nicholson for Something's Gotta Give


    BEST ACTRESS (COMEDY/MUSICAL)

    Helen Mirren for Calendar Girls
    Jamie Lee Curtis for Freaky Friday
    Scarlett Johansson for Lost in Translation
    Diane Keaton for Something's Gotta Give
    Diane Lane for Under the Tuscan Sun


    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

    Albert Finney for Big Fish
    Alec Baldwin for The Cooler
    Ken Watanabe for The Last Samurai
    Tim Robbins for Mystic River
    William H. Macy for Seabiscuit
    Peter Sarsgaard for Shattered Glass

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

    Hope Davis for American Splendor
    Renée Zellweger for Cold Mountain
    Maria Bello for The Cooler
    Patricia Clarkson for Pieces of April
    Holly Hunter for Thirteen


    BEST SCREENPLAY

    Anthony Minghella for Cold Mountain
    Jim, Kirsten and Naomi Sheridan for In America
    Sofia Coppola for Lost in Translation
    Richard Curtis for Love Actually
    Brian Helgeland for Mystic River


    BEST ORIGINAL SONG

    " Man of the Hour" from Big Fish
    "You Will Be My Ain True Love" from Cold Mountain
    "Time Enough For Tears" from In America
    "The Heart of Every Girl" from Mona Lisa Smile
    "Into the West" from The Return of the King

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

    Danny Elfman for Big Fish
    Gabriel Yared for Cold Mountain
    Alexandre Desplat for Girl with a Pearl Earring
    Hans Zimmer for The Last Samurai
    Howard Shore for The Return of the King

    BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM

    The Barbarian Invasions (Canada)
    Good Bye, Lenin! (Germany)
    Monsieur Ibrahim (France)
    Osama (Afghanistan/Iran)
    The Return (Russia)


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    The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place Sunday, January 25, 2004 with a live telecast airing on NBC at 8 pm (EST)

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    My Picks



    BEST PICTURE (DRAMA)
    The Return of the King


    BEST PICTURE (COMEDY/MUSICAL)
    Finding Nemo


    BEST DIRECTOR
    Peter Jackson for The Return of the King


    BEST ACTOR (DRAMA)
    Sean Penn for Mystic River


    BEST ACTRESS (DRAMA)
    Charlize Theron for Monster


    BEST ACTOR (COMEDY/MUSICAL)
    Bill Murray for Lost in Translation


    BEST ACTRESS (COMEDY/MUSICAL)
    Diane Keaton for Something's Gotta Give


    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Tim Robbins for Mystic River


    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Renée Zellweger for Cold Mountain


    BEST SCREENPLAY
    Jim, Kirsten and Naomi Sheridan for In America


    BEST ORIGINAL SONG
    "Time Enough For Tears" from In America


    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
    Hans Zimmer for The Last Samurai


    BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
    The Barbarian Invasions (Canada)

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    BEST PICTURE (DRAMA)
    The Return of the King



    [u]BEST PICTURE (COMEDY/MUSICAL)[/U
    Finding Nemo



    BEST DIRECTOR
    Peter Jackson for The Return of the King


    BEST ACTOR (DRAMA)
    Tom Cruise for The Last Samurai



    BEST ACTRESS (DRAMA)
    Nicole Kidman for Cold Mountain


    BEST ACTOR (COMEDY/MUSICAL)
    Johnny Depp for Pirates of the Caribbean



    BEST ACTRESS (COMEDY/MUSICAL)
    Diane Keaton for Something's Gotta Give



    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Tim Robbins for Mystic River


    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Holly Hunter for Thirteen


    BEST SCREENPLAY
    Sofia Coppola for Lost in Translation



    BEST ORIGINAL SONG
    "Into the West" from The Return of the King


    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
    Hans Zimmer for The Last Samurai


    BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
    Osama (Afghanistan/Iran)

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