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Which was the worst Academy "Best Picture" winner of the past 20 years?

Gladiator
1
14%
A Beautiful Mind
0
No votes
Chicago
1
14%
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
0
No votes
Million Dollar Baby
0
No votes
Crash
1
14%
The Departed
0
No votes
No Country for Old Men
0
No votes
Slumdog Millionaire
0
No votes
The Hurt Locker
1
14%
The King's Speech
0
No votes
The Artist
1
14%
Argo
0
No votes
12 Years a Slave
0
No votes
Birdman
0
No votes
Spotlight
0
No votes
Moonlight
0
No votes
The Shape of Water
0
No votes
Green Book
0
No votes
Parasite
0
No votes
I have not seen enough of them to have an opinion.
2
29%
 
Total votes: 7

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There have been some real stinkers. Which was the WORST?
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I haven't seen Crash, but I recall that there was already a movie called "Crash" that had come out a few years before. I guess that director just HADDA HAVE IT, hadda have it, whaddaya mean there's already a movie called that. Fine I'll just call this one "Star Wars."
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He stole the name from David Cronenberg, and the rest of the movie from Paul Thomas Anderson.
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pinback wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:05 am
David Cronenberg
His name is “death”. Plain and simple.

I don’t recall much wrong with gladiator except the lack of boat battles and that scene where snot is dripping down dudes face.

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pinback wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 5:19 am
There have been some real stinkers. Which was the WORST?
You must always include "other" because sometimes none of your choices fit what others would pick.

I would have voted for Annie Hall.
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Tdarcos wrote:
Thu Dec 03, 2020 4:35 am
pinback wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 5:19 am
There have been some real stinkers. Which was the WORST?
You must always include "other" because sometimes none of your choices fit what others would pick.
Let me read the question to you again, since you seem to be having difficulties today:

"Which was the worst Academy "Best Picture" winner of the past 20 years?"

Did Annie Hall win in the last 20 years?

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My favorite scene was when she tricked the policeman into thinking Sandy was really her dog. That orphan was clever.

I didn't vote this round because I haven't seen 2/3 of those movies, which is funny because I just watched a movie where a young Jackie Chan learns kung-fu from a bunch of weird Chinese ghosts in red wigs.
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pinback wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:05 am
He stole the name from David Cronenberg, and the rest of the movie from Paul Thomas Anderson.
Yeah and he's a real jerk!!
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