Live from the star-filled International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel... our hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (who clearly did not coordinate their outfits). Tina: "Tonight we honor ... See full synopsis »
Each of the 5 Best Picture nominees share a common themes of ambition and success: Million Dollar Baby (2004) (Maggie and boxing); The Aviator (2004) (Howard Hughes and film-making/engineering); Finding Neverland (2004) (J.M. Barrie and writing); Ray (2004) (Ray Charles and music). Sideways (2004) (Miles & Jack and resolving a mid-life crisis) See more »
That's two for "The Aviator". If Howard Hughes were here right now he wouldn't shake hands with anybody.
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This year was good because it had some good movies nominated but others weren't that good. I think the movie that won best Picture shouldn't of. The actress should have the actor should have. and i thought that CLint Eastwood did deserve to win again which he did. Hilary Swanks win for Million Dollar Baby was predictable and deserving Jamie Foxx' too predictable win was deserving. A nice little buzz was guessing whether Clint or Martin would win. I was glad to see Clint walk away with the prize. Virginia Madsen also deserved her Oscar and so did Morgan Freeman. The original Screenplay was won by Charlie Kaufman for a movie that should have taken home Best Picture but wasn't nominated, Eternal Sunshine. The Best Adapted Screenplay predictably went to Sideways and The Incredibles conquered the animation Prize. so you can go to sleep knowing that my information is correct because I can see into the future.
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