Monday, 25 March 2002
"It’s an honor just to be nominated." Although the phrase has become a cliché about the Academy Awards, it is nevertheless true – to be voted as one of the five best practitioners of one’s respective craft by one’s peers is surely one of the most gratifying acknowledgements any artist can receive. Of course, being elected as the single best in such impressive company in any given year is still more gratifying.
Here’s how AudioRevolution.com sees the winners of The 74th Annual Academy Awards for 2001 films, presented March 24, 2002:
Best Picture – "A Beautiful Mind" producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard won. While they made an extremely good – indeed, excellent -- movie, it still shouldn’t have won over the superlative "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" or even the incredibly inventive "Moulin Rouge." "A Beautiful ...