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Drudge Report a Major Player in Oscar Debate Over "A Beautiful Mind"

The Toronto Star reports that The Drudge Report is now considered a major player in a debate about the completeness of the screen play of "A Beautiful Mind". At issue is whether the movie left out key incidents in the life of mathematician John Nash, and whether the movie would have been as well received if the incidents had been included. The debate is coming to a head at precisely the time when members of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are submitting their ballots for The Academy Awards. "A Beautiful Mind" has been nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture, Actor and Director.

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