Oscar has been considered as one of the highly respected award show of the world. It has sometime received praises and sometimes criticisms as well but it surely entertains us. The most anticipated award has the most anticipated category of best motion picture. This Year the highly anticipated Oscar winners are The Revenant & Mad Max: Max Fury Road.
Today we bring some of the movies which we think that they are awesome and if one of them would have released it now they would have won it now also.
Top 5 Best Movies of Oscars who have won best movie awards.
From the moment it won, Argo was judged as a weak winner because other movies which nominated were Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Django Unchained, Les Misérables, Life of Pi, Lincoln, Silver Linings Playbook, and Zero Dark Thirty. But as you might agree by this point in this list, there are so many Best Picture winners that are worse than the enjoyable Argo!
- Slum dog Millionaire:
It’s anything but difficult to overlook, even a couple of years after the fact, how amazing Slum dog Millionaire’s rising to Best Picture was. Danny Boyle’s motion picture — with its imaginative structure, quick paced altering, and for the most part obscure cast — jumped over the more standard charge of Benjamin Button. Still, I lean toward Milk, or Rachel Getting Married, which wasn’t selected.
The hardest films to expound on are the ones that have changed for you throughout the years. I saw Titanic the day it opened, in a stuffed — and candidly pressed — theater in New York City on a solidifying December day. It was and I’m not humiliated to say, a supernatural experience. The film is a huge exhibition, and the story is epic. I cried more than once. Upon rehashed viewings, on littler screens, and with the wonder of Titanic (instead of the film Titanic) as a background, the motion picture’s blemishes — it’s horrible, cartoonish screenplay — glare. But, there will dependably be that first time I saw it. What’s more, that was a blessing.
- Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
Has the legacy of Peter Jackson’s superlative Lord of the Rings set of three been polluted by his unremarkable Hobbit set of three? I feel that way I yet don’t know how broad that assumption is. These films truly are goal-oriented wonderments, and however the initial two were selected for Best Picture, it obviously took the Academy two years of voting to get used to it winning. And after that they truly went insane: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was designated for 11 honors and won each and every one for the greatest scope in Oscar’s history.
- The Silence of the Lambs.
Am I going to get poop for putting this film so high up? I can’t tell — yet I additionally couldn’t care less. The Silence of the Lambs is the main thriller to win Best Picture, which it did on the grounds that it was difficult to overlook once you saw it, and made a whole classification of pop culture. Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling — the adroit, persevering, daring F.B.I. specialists — was notable when the motion picture was discharged the day preceding Valentine’s Day in 1991. What’s more, do I have to say the same in regards to Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter? Each part, from Brooke Smith as Buffalo Bill’s abduct casualty to Ted Levine as Buffalo Bill himself, makes an impression. Jonathan Demme’s heading is pointedly alarming (review the scene when the F.B.I. is going to attack what they believe is Buffalo Bill’s home), additionally lovely (the spread body in the enclosure). Furthermore, he never gives the gathering of people a chance to forget that Clarice is truly encompassed by men. Discharged in an alternate time for LGBT representation — as in, there was none — The Silence of the Lambs was alarming in 1991. To me, the motion picture has matured out of that issue, and I adore it without a second thought or reference bullets.
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