78th Academy Award Nominations
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By Staff of LMI     Published January 31, 2006
Brokeback leads with 8 nominations
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Best Picture
Brokeback Mountain
Capote
Crash
Good Night and Good Luck
Munich

Best Director
Ang Lee
Bennett Miller
Paul Haggis
George Clooney
Steven Spielberg

Best Actress
Judi Dench
Felicity Huffman
Keira Knightley
Charlize Theron
Reese Witherspoon

Best Actor
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Terrence Howard
Heath Ledger
Joaquin Phoenix
David Strathairn


Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams
Catherine Keener
Franced McDormand
Rachel Weisz
Michelle Williams

Best Supporting Actor
George Clooney
Matt Dillon
Paul Giamatti
Jake Gyllenhaal
William Hurt

Best Original Screenplay
Crash
Good Night, Good Luck
Match Point
Syriana
Squid and the Whale

Best Adapted Screenplay
Brokeback Mountain
Capote
Constant Gardener
History of Violence
Munich

Foreign Language Film
Don't Tell
Joyeux Noel
Paradise Now
Sophie Scholl
Tsotsi

Animated Feature
Howl's Moving Castle
The Corpse Bride
Wallace and Gromit

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  • HSX's Oscar Nomination Predictions
    January 31, 2006    HSX Predictions near perfect; Munich and Frances McDormand two relative surprises -- Staff of LMI
  • Greg's Brokeback Mountain review A
    December 26, 2005    It is one of those films that can change minds and feelings. It is a film that sticks with you after you have left the theater. It is a truly unforgettable moviegoing experience that everyone should have. -- Greg Ward
  • Lee's Brokeback Mountain review B
    December 10, 2005    It?s emotionally real and is expertly handled by Ang Lee. -- Lee Tistaert
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