So what was the point of everyone else voting in the first place? If some people decided not to vote then they have no right to argue that the nominated films don't deserve it. The whole point of a democratic voting system - as I was under the impression this was - is that the results are fair. Why should the choices of those of us who bothered to vote in the first place now be scrapped because some people have realised that they should have contributed in the first place? It's absolutely rediculous. You should leave the nominees and voting as it was, period. Then, next year, you should maybe do the whole nominating later.
To now allow some individuals the opportunity to alter the original nominees once others among us have already started voting is unfair. As far as I can see all the voting up to this point has been fair, now you want to corrupt it by letting those whose choices didn't but is (and those who didn't nominate anyway) storm in and let them do whatever they want.
You've really turned this whole thing into a complete farce, proving that this award really are both pointless and worthless. Next time, get it right from the beginning, otherwise what's the point?