My favorite Best Picture Oscar Award-winner movies


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1
Million Dollar Baby 2004,  PG-13)
Million Dollar Baby
'My father said I had a hard work to go into this world, and I'd have a hard one to get out from it'.
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Schindler's List 1993,  R)
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The Godfather, Part II 1974,  R)
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Midnight Cowboy 1969,  R)
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Crash 2004,  R)
Crash
Matt Dillon master scene, as well as the final one, are unforgettable.
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The English Patient 1996,  R)
The English Patient
Wonderful movie with great actings that makes you breath the smell of the old classic movies... The slow rhytm is a jewel.
7
The Sting 1973,  PG)
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The Silence of the Lambs 1991,  R)
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Slumdog Millionaire 2008,  R)
Slumdog Millionaire
I am going to make a spoiler: donīt you think the film itself is a metaphor of India? Not only because, although nobody wanted to distribute it, they got 8 Oscars and worldwide acknowledgement. Just look at the central topic of the film: the main character -as India- has crossed through many difficulties that now are useful to him to answer the questions and triumph.
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Rain Man 1988,  R)
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The Godfather 1972,  R)
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Braveheart 1995,  R)
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American Beauty 1999,  R)
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Casablanca 1943,  PG)
Casablanca
It is said is a cliche: well, probably, but it is the perfect cliche. Anything else is a copy from that.
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The Bridge on the River Kwai 1957,  PG)
The Bridge on the River Kwai
The most anti-militarist belic film I have ever seen (impossible to believe, aparently, when you see the first 10-15 min). I have never seen a more irritating heroe than the one interpreted by Alec Guinness (reminding me, sometimes, a mixture of a tragic Peter Sellers and a "How to be british" book). The bad point (apart from the long duration): all the enemies are fool -but it was very common in the films of that time.

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