Awards ceremony Oscar The 92nd will take place at the Dolby Theater, Los Angeles is also about to hold on 10/02 (right after the Lunar New Year holidays). For those busy year-round moviegoers who don’t have time to watch movies, check out the list of the 10 best works that have ever won the Best Picture Oscar. The chart was voted by USA Today.
ten. Moonlight (Moonlight – 2016)
This is a rare film where the entire cast is African-American who has won an Oscar. Moonlight represents three stages in the protagonist’s life, exploring the difficulties he faces in terms of gender identity and physical violence. In addition to Best Film, the film also received the Best Supporting Actor and Screenplay Adaptation award.
9. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)
In all of the list of the best movies of all time in American cinema, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest has always been an indispensable name. The story happened at a mental hospital in Oregon. The soothing and dullness of the psychiatric hospital was suddenly unleashed by the presence of Randall McMurphy (aka Mac) – a criminal suspected of showing signs of mental illness and was taken to the hospital to inspection and examination.
This is the second film in history to receive the Oscar Grand Slam (aka Big Five) – the term used to honor the film that won the 5 most important Oscars: Best Film, Director, Main Actress, Female Main and Best Screenplay.
8. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
This is also an Oscar Grand Slam film, revolving around FBI trainee Clarice (Foster) who was sent to interview an extremely dangerous murderer Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lechter at the Maryland mental hospital. So far, no horror film has reached the record of The Silence of the Lambs.
7. The French Connection (1971)
The masterpiece of art revolves around Alain Chanier, an agile businessman from Marseilles, France, who is essentially a large-scale drug dealer – selling $ 32 million, or 89% of heroin, into the New York black market. . But a powerful buyer, Salvatore Boca, was followed by two secret police: James Popeye Doyle and Buddy Coudy Russo.
The deeper the investigation, the more two police discovered many interesting things. The one-on-one battles between the police and drug smugglers took place increasingly fierce.
6. Amadeus (Envy of the Genius – 1984)
Amadeus is a 1984 American historical drama drama directed by Miloš Forman and written by Peter Shaffer, adapted from his own play Amadeus. The play, set in Vienna, Austria in the second half of the 18th century, is a fictional biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Amadeus received a total of 53 different award nominations and won 40 awards, including eight Oscars (including Best Picture), four BAFTA awards, four Golden Globe awards, and one Taoist Association award. American Theater (DGA).
5. All About Eve (1950s)
The film starring Bette Davis – Hollywood legend as Margo Channing. Anne Baxter as Eve Harrington, a young girl who volunteered to be Margo’s assistant but actually secretly competed for her career and relationships. The film was highly rated and received 14 Oscar nominations (a record only until 1997 was shared by Titanic) and won 6 awards, including Best Picture.
4. On the Waterfront (On the Harbor – 1954)
On the Waterfront is a film about social issues such as hunger and homelessness. The film is based on a series of Malcolm Johnson articles in New York Sun. Marlon Brando plays Terry Malloy, a former soldier fighting against the coalition of corruption in New York’s waterfront area. The film won 8 Oscars, put Marlon Brando actor on the line of the most famous superstar of the time.
3. Schindler’s List (Schindlers List – 1993)
The film is based on the life of Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who saved more than a thousand lives, most of them Polish-Jewish Jews during the Nazis massacre Jews by hiring they came to work in his factories. The film won seven Oscars (out of twelve nominations), including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Soundtrack. In 2007, the American Film Institute ranked the film 8th in the list of the 100 best American films of all time.
2. Casablanca (World War Love Story – 1942)
Set in the early stages of World War II, Casablanca refers to a man torn by the difficult choice between love for a woman and the responsibility to help her and her husband – a resistance leader. Czechoslovak war. The film has a cast of many stars and a famous production team. At the 16th Academy Awards, the film won three categories: Best Film, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay.
1. The Godfather (Old Dad – 1972)
The film revolves around the evolution of the Italian mafia family Corleone for about 10 years from 1945 to 1955. This is considered one of the films with the most powerful cast in American film history, with four main actors. Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Robert Duvall and Diane Keaton all won Oscars for best actor. The Old Man is second in the list of the 100 best films of the American Film Institute. It is also the top film on the best lists of Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes.
The Oscar 2020 will take place on February 10.