Tagged: movies

Gladiator: 2000 Best Picture

“Gladiator” and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” were two of the films nominated for Best Picture at the 73rd Academy Awards. “Gladiator” won, but all’s well that ends well. “Crouching Tiger”...

American Beauty: 1999 Best Picture

American Beauty won 5 Oscars out of its 8 nominations at the 72nd Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director (Sam Mendes) and Best Actor (Kevin Spacey). Hilary Swank won...

Shakespeare in Love: 1998 Best Picture

“Shakespeare in Love” (13) and “Saving Private Ryan” (11) were the two most nominated films at the 71st Academy Awards. The former won Best Picture and Steven Spielberg won best...

Titanic: 1997 Best Picture

“Titanic” won 11 Oscars at the 70th Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, but it didn’t score in the acting categories where it had only two of its...

The English Patient: 1996 Best Picture

Out of 12 nominations, “The English Patient” won a whopping 9 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director (Anthony Minghella), Best Supporting Actress (Juliette Binoche), Best Original Dramatic Score (Gabriel Yared)...

Braveheart: 1995 Best Picture

With 5 Oscars, Braveheart won half of its nominations at the 68th Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. The other nominees for Best Picture were “Apollo 13”, “Babe”,...

Forrest Gump: 1994 Best Picture

“Forrest Gump” was the big winner at the 67th Academy Awards, garnering Best Picture, Best Director (Robert Zemeckis), Best Actor (Tom Hanks), Best Adapted Screenplay (Eric Roth), and 2 more....

Schindler’s List: 1993 Best Picture

“Schindler’s List” was the most nominated film (12) at the 66th Academy Awards and it won 7 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director (Steven Spielberg). Best Actor, however, went...

The Unforgiven: 1992 Best Picture

“The Unforgiven” only won 4 Oscars out of its nominations at the 65th Academy Awards, but two of them were Best Picture and Best Director (Clint Eastwood). Gene Hackman nabbed...

Silence of the Lambs: 1991 Best Picture

Although “Bugsy” had 10 nominations at the 64th Academy Awards, it was “Silence of the Lambs” that took home the most Oscars: Best Picture, Best Director (Jonathan Demme), Best Actor...