Cinemarati Blog has some picks for 2005’s best screenplay. Can’t say I agree with putting Capote at even #3. I thought it was dullsville, with PS Hoffman’s performance being the one reason to see it.

SEE ALSO: The National Society of Film Critics disagrees with me. They gave Capote their Best Picture nod by a nose.

MORE DISAGREEMENT: Mere the Screenwriter found Capote‘s conclusion powerful:

Phillip Seymour Hoffman delivers the best performance of the year in a film that didn’t hit me until the last 30 minutes, but when it did, it stuck with me long after I left the theater.