Author Topic: The 10 worst movies to win the best picture Oscar — and what should have won  (Read 105 times)

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Just looking at this list, and I can think of a few more, it is simply unbelievable that movies like Saving Pvt Ryan and Citizen Kane didn't win the Best Picture award.

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/oscars/ranked-the-10-worst-movies-to-win-the-best-picture-oscar-%e2%80%94-and-what-should-have-won/ss-AAmyRx3?li=BBnb2gh&ocid=mailsignout
I HATE TO INCLUDE THE WORD NASTY< BUT THAT IS PART OF BEING A WINNING FOOTBALL TEAM.

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I know it's best not to discuss politics, even here on the FP.  But, the screwing of "Private Ryan" was politics at its worst.  The liberal Hollywood Elite just couldn't recognize a war movie, regardless of its impressiveness, as an Award winner.  The strange thing is that they DID recognize Spielberg as Best Director.  I tried to watch "Shakespeare in Love," but turned it off after 10 minutes. :boooo: