|2009||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Original Score||UP||Won|
|2009||Austin Film Critics||Best Original Score||UP||Won|
|2009||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Music||UP||Won|
|2009||Chicago Film Critics Association||Best Original Score||The Hurt Locker||Won|
|2009||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Original Score||UP||Won|
by Todd Gilchrist
There are folks in Hollywood who hitch their wagons to the right horses, and then there's Michael Giacchino. A former video game composer who could have continued to enjoy a successful career in that medium, Giacchino changed...
by Peter Hall
- Ever wanted to smell like Bruce Willis? Yeah, me neither, but now you can. (Pssst: if you find any where online that sells this, the "Send us a Tip" button Cinematical could certainly use some loving.) [via BoingBoing] -...
by Joe Barton
Can Pixar do no wrong? Not only do they make brilliant feature films and seem as though they are on their way to completing that rarest of things - a trilogy that doesn't sully the original (aka Toy Story 3) - but they always...
by Erik Childress
On the drive home from my Oscar party this evening I was reminded on the radio of a red carpet interview that Meg Tilly gave back in 1985. She had been nominated for Agnes of God and when asked what the nomination and/or win...
by Erik Childress
Every year we think we all have it figured out. Even before the votes have been cast we figure to know where the waters have shifted and must sit back idly waiting for the inevitable to occur. Those on the Oscar beat writing...
by John Gholson
What makes the Star Trek score so good? I can hum it. And not just the main theme, but some of the smaller themes as well. That's from seeing the film twice in theatres, and once on blu-ray -- I don't even own the soundtrack. I...