The Motion Picture Sound Editors, the latest org to sing the praises of 1999’s best films, has unveiled its list of nominees for best sound effects and dialogue.

“The Green Mile,” “Inspector Gadget,” “The Matrix” and “Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace” are the top feature film award contenders, racking up nods for both sound effects/foley and dialogue/ADR.

Winners will be named at the MPSE’s 47th annual Golden Reel Awards March 25 at the Century Plaza Hotel.

Other nominees in sound effects are “End of Days,” “Fight Club,” “The Mummy,” “Sleepy Hollow” and “Three Kings.”

Rounding out the dialogue honors are “American Beauty,” “The Cider House Rules,” “For Love of the Game,” “The Insider,” “October Sky” and “The Sixth Sense.”

Competing for best animated feature will be “The Iron Giant,” “The King and I,” “Pokemon,” “Princess Mononoke,” “Purfect Blue,” “South Park,” “Tarzan” and “Toy Story 2.”

Up for best foreign feature (based on the percentage of post-production work done outside of U.S.) will be “The Emperor and the Assassins,” “Entrapment,” “eXistenZ,” “The Messenger,” “Pushing Tin,” “The Red Violin,” “Run Lola Run” and “The World is Not Enough.”