You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘Ramin Djawadi’ tag.

 

Best Motion Picture – Drama

Moneyball

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

Meryl StreepThe Iron Lady

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Ryan GoslingThe Ides of March

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

Felicity JonesLike Crazy

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Andy SerkisRise of the Planet of the Apes

 

Best Motion Picture – Comedy

Horrible Bosses

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy

Charlize TheronYoung Adult

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy

Tyler LabineTucker and Dale vs. Evil

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy

Melissa McCarthyBridesmaids

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy

Seth RogenPaul

 

Best Director – Motion Picture

Michel HazanaviciusThe Artist

 

Best Animated Feature Film

Rango

 

Best Original Screenplay

Crazy, Stupid, Love.Dan Fogelman

 

Best Adapted Screenplay

The Rum DiaryBruce Robinson

 

Best Original Score

Fright Night (2011)Ramin Djawadi

 

Best Original Song

Man Or Muppet” by Bret McKenzieThe Muppets

 

Best Art Direction

The Adventures of TintinAndrew L. Jones & Jeff Wisniewski

 

Best Cinematography

Jackass 3DLance Bangs, Dimitry Elyashkevich & Rick Kosick

 

Best Costume Design

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of ShadowsJenny Beavan

 

Best Visual Effects

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

 

Best Television Series – Drama

Justified

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama

Piper PeraboCovert Affairs

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Timothy OlyphantJustified

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Television Series – Drama

Margo MartindaleJustified

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Walton GogginsJustified

 

Best Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Television Series – Drama

Burn Notice

Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, Coby Bell & Sharon Gless

 

Best Writing for a Television Series – Drama

Justified

 

Best Television Series – Comedy

Modern Family

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy

Christina ApplegateUp All Night

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Comedy

Jason GannWilfred

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Television Series – Comedy

Julie BowenModern Family

 

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Television Series – Comedy

Charlie DayIt’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

 

Best Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Television Series – Comedy

Modern Family

Ed O’Neill, Sofía Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Rico Rodriguez, Nolan Gould, Sarah Hyland & Ariel Winter

 

Best Writing for a Television Series – Comedy

Louie

 

Best Animated Television Series

The Looney Tunes Show

 

Best Movie Poster

The Ides of March

 

Best Movie Trailer

Green With Envy (Teaser)

 

Best Comic Book Series

Detective ComicsScott Snyder

 

Death Coach Award

Shark Night 3D

(This award is given each year to the worst movie of the year. It’s the movie that the studios should have put on the Death Coach rather than in theaters.)

 

King of the Leprechauns Award

Ryan Dunn (1977–2011)

We lost the “Random Hero” this year, and even though his death could have been prevented, it doesn’t make losing him any easier. Ryan has always been my favorite Jackass , and I never missed an episode of Homewrecker or G4’s Proving Ground. I know he will be dearly missed, and that he truly deserves the title of King of the Leprechauns this year!

(This award is the Banshee’s equivalent to a Man/Woman of the Year Award or a Lifetime Achievement Award)

 

“Clash of the Titans”
a review by Darby O’Gill

Someone please put back the Kraken! I don’t know about you, but I’m just about over the whole Hollywood re-make thing. I haven’t seen the original Clash of the Titans film in years; but I also didn’t want to watch it before seeing this new version, because I was afraid it would jade me. I was hoping I would be able to enjoy the new one a little bit more that way. Now that I’ve seen the new version of Clash of the Titans, I think I need to see the original movie I loved as a kid, and just hope that it’s enough to redeem itself for me. It’s not that the new movie is bad, as much as it’s not good. It felt like the pace of the movie was off. The score also didn’t really seem to fit at times; and if I didn’t know any better, I would have said it was temporary music. The score should have been epic and grand, but it was nowhere near that level. The one thing that really didn’t work, or make any sense for that matter, was the film’s use of the 3-D. There was absolutely no reason for this movie to be made in 3-D. If I had paid top dollar to see this movie in 3-D, I would have been so pissed! I realize that this contradicts what I’ve said before about the use of the 3-D format in modern films, but Clash of the Titans doesn’t even try to make it worth the audience’s time. I love that they didn’t poke things at the camera; but at the same time the movie also didn’t have that sense of depth, which makes me think they just wanted the extra six bucks a ticket. People really should complain and ask for their ticket difference back if they paid to see it in 3-D and not 2-D.

In Clash of the Titans, man has waged war on the Gods, which forces Zeus, played by Liam Neeson, to enlist the help of his fallen brother, Hades, played by Ralph Fiennes, to once again instill the fear of the Gods into the human race. In hopes of helping to stop Hades’ destruction of the city of Argos, a demigod called Perseus, played by Sam Worthington, chooses to join the fight, and embarks on an epic journey to stop him. The biggest problem here is that there’s just too much going on. But at the same time, the audience doesn’t seem to be overly involved. At no point do you care enough about Perseus to emerge yourself in his journey, which I don’t remember being the case in the original. Maybe I’m just becoming that old man that says, “In my day…” but I honestly don’t think that is the case. I think this movie just missed its mark somehow, and that the classic will remain just that.

Rating: