Munich-- Another Spielberg film. This one had better be good. Frankly, I'm getting tired of his shtick. Besides, he's got two Oscars already. King Kong-- Another Peter Jackson movie. Again, I'm sure it'll be fun, but just because it's going to be three hours long doesn't mean it'll be any more deserving of the academy's recognition than ROTS. When you get right down to it, KK will just be another pop-corn blockbuster movie. I'm starting to think that if Lucas released his movies near Christmas, that'd be all it would take to garner a nomination. Brokeback Mountain-- Well, Ang Lee can only go up from The Hulk. Syriana-- Looks okay, but it sure ain't the second coming of Traffic people are making it out to be. Good Night, and Good Luck-- Actually forgot about this one. Good movie, actually wouldn't be undeserving of awards. Besides, it's directed by an actor, and the academy loves that. My main complaint would be if KK were nominated and ROTS weren't. I don't understand why Lucasfilm isn't pushing consideration for Oscars. Granted, I know they're about as meaningful as Monopoly money, but still. I'd like to see my favorite franchise win. Besides, that LOTR: ROTK win is seeming more and more ridiculous as more time passes. If I see one more damn elf, I think I'll puke.