Last Chance to Enter the Oscar Giveaway

Just a few more hours until I announce the winner…..GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY!!

Until then, of all the Best Pictures of all time, what would  be your personal choice for “Best Picture”? (but you can pick your top 3. My top three have little stars next to them)


  1928 (1st)

Sunrise Wings

  1929 (2nd)

The Broadway Melody

  1930 (3rd)

All Quiet on the Western Front

  1931 (4th)

Cimarron

  1932 (5th)

Grand Hotel

  1933 (6th)

Cavalcade

  1934 (7th)

It Happened One Night 

  1935 (8th)

Mutiny on the Bounty 

  1936 (9th)

The Great Ziegfeld

  1937 (10th)

The Life of Emile Zola

  1938 (11th)

You Can’t Take It With You

  1939 (12th)

Gone with the Wind

  1940 (13th)

Rebecca

  1941 (14th)

How Green Was My Valley

  1942 (15th)

Mrs. Miniver

  1943 (16th)

Casablanca

  1944 (17th)

Going My Way

  1945 (18th)

The Lost Weekend

  1946 (19th)

The Best Years of Our Lives

  1947 (20th)

Gentleman’s Agreement

  1948 (21st)

Hamlet (1948)

  1949 (22nd)

All the King’s Men

  1950 (23rd)

All about Eve

  1951 (24th)

An American in Paris

  1952 (25th)

The Greatest Show on Earth

  1953 (26th)

From Here to Eternity

  1954 (27th)

On the Waterfront

  1955 (28th)

Marty

  1956 (29th)

Around the World in 80 Days

  1957 (30th)

The Bridge on the River Kwai

  1958 (31st)

Gigi

  1959 (32nd)

Ben-Hur

  1960 (33rd)

The Apartment

  1961 (34th)

West Side Story

  1962 (35th)

Lawrence of Arabia

  1963 (36th)

Tom Jones

  1964 (37th)

My Fair Lady

  1965 (38th)

The Sound of Music

  1966 (39th)

A Man for All Seasons

  1967 (40th)

In the Heat of the Night

  1968 (41st)

Oliver!

  1969 (42nd)

Midnight Cowboy

  1970 (43rd)

Patton

  1971 (44th)

The French Connection

  1972 (45th)

The Godfather *

  1973 (46th)

The Sting

  1974 (47th)

The Godfather Part II

  1975 (48th)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

  1976 (49th)

Rocky *

  1977 (50th)

Annie Hall

  1978 (51st)

The Deer Hunter

  1979 (52nd)

Kramer vs. Kramer

  1980 (53rd)

Ordinary People

  1981 (54th)

Chariots of Fire

  1982 (55th)

Gandhi

  1983 (56th)

Terms of Endearment

  1984 (57th)

Amadeus

  1985 (58th)

Out of Africa

  1986 (59th)

Platoon

  1987 (60th)

The Last Emperor

  1988 (61st)

Rain Man

  1989 (62nd)

Driving Miss Daisy

  1990 (63rd)

Dances With Wolves

  1991 (64th)

The Silence of the Lambs * 

  1992 (65th)

Unforgiven

  1993 (66th)

Schindler’s List

  1994 (67th)

Forrest Gump

  1995 (68th)

Braveheart

  1996 (69th)

The English Patient

  1997 (70th)

Titanic (1997)

  1998 (71st)

Shakespeare in Love

  1999 (72nd)

American Beauty

  2000 (73rd)

Gladiator

  2001 (74th) 

A Beautiful Mind

  2002 (75th) 

Chicago

  2003 (76th) 

The Lord of The Rings: The Return of The King

  2004 (77th) 

Million Dollar Baby

  2005 (78th) 

Crash

  2006 (79th) 

The Departed

  2007 (80th) 

No Country for Old Men

  2008 (81th) 

Slumdog Millionaire

  2009 (82th) 

The Hurt Locker
 2010 (83rd)  The King’s Speech
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11 Responses to Last Chance to Enter the Oscar Giveaway

  1. Kris says:

    OMG…..the excitement is killing me…..i want to win the prize package:)

    1. Sound Of Music
    2. Rocky
    3. Slumdog Millionaire

    Death to Hollywood rocks the house…..now go have a great weekend!!!

  2. barskii says:

    So much talent, with so much history from the big screen to Television.
    However there is a Movie that has stuck in my mind ever since “the Obama became noticed” it was a movie from 1957 starring Andy Griffith, named “A Face in the Crowd” I guess History repeats its self??
    My picks 1. * Dances with Wolves, 2.* In the Heat of the Night, 3.* One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, 4.* Forrest Gump…
    Have a Great and Wonderful Hollywood Day !!!!

  3. mdonohue says:

    Gone with the wind,The Sound of Music ,and Amadeus.Wish I could pick more.Good luck to all,Love,mom

  4. jwfong says:

    hmmm Gone With the Wind, Silence of the Lambs, and The Sound of Music

  5. flip sanborn says:

    ben hur , the godfarther , the deerhunter

  6. The elder sister says:

    Well if I can only choose 3:
    1. Sound of Music!!!
    2. Rocky ( but you’re Paulie and John’s Adrian:)
    3. Forrest Gump ( My husband can do a great imitation of him!)
    I hope I winthat smoking baby!!!!!:)

  7. klpeach323 says:

    On the Waterfront, Unforgiven, the Godfather….

    I still don’t know how Gladiator won…that is quite possible the worse film on the list.

    Unforgiven is my fav. “It’s a hell of a thing killin a man”-Will Munny

  8. Robynne says:

    1. West Side Story
    2. Casablanca
    3. Unforgiven

    I wish I had some clever quips to go with’em, but I got nothin’.

  9. Kal says:

    Casablanca, The Sting, West Side Story.

    I’m surprised at the large number of comparatively recent films (say, from the last 20 years) that I either haven’t seen or that simply left me cold.

    Hey! You kids get off my lawn!

  10. Josephine says:

    Too late to win, :(, but here are my choices anyway.

    The Lost Weekend, Casablanca, Out of Africa. 🙂

    So much for sleeping in on a Saturday!

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