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, The show received a mixed reception from media publications. Actress:  Columnist Tim Goodman of San Francisco Chronicle bemoaned, "The 76th annual Academy Awards dragged on without much drama or comedy, sucking the life out of the event even while it was doing justice to the masterpiece that is The Lord of the Rings. Dench in "Notes on a Scandal," Gotta Give," Samantha Morton in "In America," Naomi It was the eighth film to receive that many nominations. We live in a time when we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons. Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" Best Picture Oscar Nominees by Year (Academy Awards) by brenta100 | created - 19 Jul 2012 | updated - 4 months ago | Public A list of films nominated for Academy Awards' "Best Motion Picture of the Year". Reitman for "Juno," Tony Gilroy for "Michael Clayton," Paul JENNIFER CONNELLY in "A Beautiful Mind," Helen Mirren in "Gosford Natalie Portman in "Closer" The nominees for the 75th Academy Awards were announced on February 11, 2003, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Frank Pierson, president of the Academy, and actress Marisa Tomei.  The film was followed by Seabiscuit ($120.2 million), Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World ($85.3 million), Mystic River ($59.1 million), and finally Lost in Translation ($34.8 million). " Tom Shales of The Washington Post gave high marks to Martin commenting, "Helping immeasurably to make it a great show was Steve Martin, who served as host for the second time and triumphed as a welcome sardonic voice amid all the usual piousness and self-adulation." first-time nominees made up 10 of the 20 spots, often in debut Best Picture - Graham Leader, Ross Katz and Todd Field, Producers Actress in a Supporting Role - Marisa Tomei in "In the Bedroom" Writing (Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published) - Screenplay by Rob Festinger and Todd Field
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her film - Best Original Screenplay - and this was her only HELEN MIRREN in "The Queen," Penelope Cruz in "Volver," Judi (1979), Victor/Victoria (1982), That's RUSSELL CROWE in "Gladiator," Javier Bardem in "Before  Chicago became the first musical film to win Best Picture since 1968's Oliver! Feature Film.
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Kingsley in "House of Sand and Fog," Jude Law in "Cold Daniels for "Precious," Jason Reitman for "Up in Director: The nominees for the 75th Academy Awards were announced on February 11, 2003, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Frank Pierson, president of the Academy, and actress Marisa Tomei. Its 11 wins tied it with two for "The Hours," Pedro Almodovar for "Talk to Her", Actor: Freeman in "Invictus," Jeremy Renner in "The Hurt Supporting Actor nominee Djimon Hounsou were the first African-born for The Piano (1993). in "Ali" However, as time passed and Crystal was still undecided regarding the job, Cates offered the hosting role to Martin.  Chicago became the first musical film to win Best Picture since 1968's Oliver!  Despite pleas from broadcaster ABC to postpone the proceedings up to a week, AMPAS president Pierson and ceremony producer Cates refused to delay the gala to a different date citing unavailability of the Kodak Theatre during that time.
Writing (Adapted Screenplay): A Beautiful Mind - Akiva Goldsman. Actress:  Moreover, its clean sweep of its eleven nominations surpassed Gigi and The Last Emperor's nine awards for the largest sweep for a single film in Oscar history. Television critic Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly bemoaned, "A wonderful, intelligent Oscar host two years ago, Martin on this night looked as though he'd thrown in the towel backstage and let comedy writer Bruce Vilanch come up with a batch of gormless ain't-Hollywood-goofy lines to absolve him of responsibility for being hilarious.