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The Best Picture Nominees

Hugo's 3-D Was Used to: Add depth to the traditional mise-en-scene Contrast the two-dimensional cinematic innovation of Georges Méliès Exaggerate dogs' faces Show the errant floating snowflake Render precisely Sacha Baron Cohen's spit Capture the nooks and crannies of Ben Kingsley's face Illustrate the steam coming from the trains Illustrate the steam coming off warm people Illustrate the steam coming off warm croissants Illustrate all other steam A Bespectacled Face Watching Hugo in 3-D 3D Glasses Optical Glasses Hugo's 3-D Was Used to: Add depth to the traditional mise-en-scene Contrast the two-dimensional cinematic innovation of Georges Méliès Exaggerate dogs' faces Show the errant floating snowflake Render precisely Sacha Baron Cohen's spit Capture the nooks and crannies of Ben Kingsley's face Illustrate the steam coming from the trains Illustrate the steam coming off warm people Illustrate the steam coming off warm croissants Illustrate all other steam A Bespectacled Face Watching Hugo in 3-D 3D Glasses Optical Glasses Hugo's 3-D Was Used to: Add depth to the traditional mise-en-scene Contrast the two-dimensional cinematic innovation of Georges Méliès Exaggerate dogs' faces Show the errant floating snowflake Render precisely Sacha Baron Cohen's spit Capture the nooks and crannies of Ben Kingsley's face Illustrate the steam coming from the trains Illustrate the steam coming off warm people Illustrate the steam coming off warm croissants Illustrate all other steam A Bespectacled Face Watching Hugo in 3-D 3D Glasses Optical Glasses Hugo's 3-D Was Used to: Add depth to the traditional mise-en-scene Contrast the two-dimensional cinematic innovation of Georges Méliès Exaggerate dogs' faces Show the errant floating snowflake Render precisely Sacha Baron Cohen's spit Capture the nooks and crannies of Ben Kingsley's face Illustrate the steam coming from the trains Illustrate the steam coming off warm people Illustrate the steam coming off warm croissants Illustrate all other steam A Bespectacled Face Watching Hugo in 3-D 3D Glasses Optical Glasses Hugo's 3-D Was Used to: Add depth to the traditional mise-en-scene Contrast the two-dimensional cinematic innovation of Georges Méliès Exaggerate dogs' faces Show the errant floating snowflake Render precisely Sacha Baron Cohen's spit Capture the nooks and crannies of Ben Kingsley's face Illustrate the steam coming from the trains Illustrate the steam coming off warm people Illustrate the steam coming off warm croissants Illustrate all other steam A Bespectacled Face Watching Hugo in 3-D 3D Glasses Optical Glasses Hugo's 3-D Was Used to: Add depth to the traditional mise-en-scene Contrast the two-dimensional cinematic innovation of Georges Méliès Exaggerate dogs' faces Show the errant floating snowflake Render precisely Sacha Baron Cohen's spit Capture the nooks and crannies of Ben Kingsley's face Illustrate the steam coming from the trains Illustrate the steam coming off warm people Illustrate the steam coming off warm croissants Illustrate all other steam A Bespectacled Face Watching Hugo in 3-D 3D Glasses Optical Glasses

The Best Picture Nominees

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The Billy Crystal–hosted Academy Awards go down this Sunday night, with nine movies vying for Best Picture. The nominees this year aren't all that flashy.

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