For Best Actor: ANYONE except Philip Seymour Hoffman. I just can't stand the guy. I was so happy when he died in Red Dragon.
For Best Supporting Actor: Give it to Jake Gyllenhaal for Brokeback Mountain. While I LOVED A History of Violence, I don't think William Hurt should be up for an award.
For Best Actress: Cameron Diaz's performance in In Her Shoes certainly should have received a nomination for Best Actress!
And I don't even like Cameron Diaz.
Best Supporting Actress: I don't know.
Best Animated Feature Film: Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit. DUH! Tim Burton's Corpse Bride was a total loser and Howl's Moving Castle is just more lame anime.
Art Direction: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Sorry I just can't even see the art direction in King Kong.
Cinematography: Brokeback Mountain. No skill required here, just spectacular scenary.
Costume Design: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It was about the only thing worthwhile in the film.
Director: Ang Lee for Brokeback Mountain, but really to make up for him not getting it for Hulk.
Best documentary feature: March of the Penguins. I liked it but it convinced me that I do not want to visit Antarctica or be a penguin.
Best documentary short subject: Dunno. Didn't see any of them.
Achievement in film editing: Cinderella Man
Best foreign language film of the year: I missed all of these.
Achievement in makeup: Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith. Hell yeah!
Original score: Brokeback Mountain
Original song: I don't know although I find it odd that Walk The Line didn't have any nominations in this category.
Best motion picture of the year: Brokeback Mountain. I love nature films. This one had horses, bulls, LOTS of sheep and a token bear.
Best animated short film and Best live action short film: Missed em all.
Achievement in sound editing and Achievement in sound mixing: War of the Worlds. The alien foghorn was eerie.
Achievement in visual effects: King Kong. The gorilla versus the dinosaurs thing was great.
Adapted screenplay: Brokeback Mountain. The CLEAR winner. Adapting that screenplay from a short story.
Original screenplay: None of the nominees stood out based on dialogue or anything else.