Thursday, September 3, 2015
The All-Time Oscars: Results
Runner-Up: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
Jurassic Park provided special effects never before seen to bring dinosaurs to life.
Runner-Up: Rainbow Connection from The Muppet Movie
White Christmas is a perfect example of a song with a legacy that outlasts the film.
It was basically a guarantee that John Williams would win for one of his iconic scores.
Runner-Up: Finding Nemo
Pixar's first film was also determined to be the finest ever seen in the world of animation.
Runner-Up: Eddie Murphy as Donkey in Shrek
Ellen has come to be known for her absolute love for the role of Dory.
Runner-Up: Toy Story
Pulp Fiction has become world-renowned for its exceptional use of dialogue.
Runner-Up: Alfred Hitchcock for Rear Window
Spielberg rose to fame after a cursed shoot for a movie that turned out exceptional.
Runner-Up: Leonardo DiCaprio as Arnie Grape in What's Eating Gilbert Grape
Ledger was surprisingly amazing as The Joker, but the important takeaway is that Leo still can't win.
Runner-Up: Madeline Kahn as Lili von Shtupp in Blazing Saddles
Reed takes home the only All-Time Oscar given to It's a Wonderful Life.
Runner-Up: Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life
In one of the more surprising upsets, the late Williams comes away victorious.
Runner-Up: Robin Wright as Jenny Curran in Forrest Gump
Another upset here, Foster managed to pull ahead and nab a win for her turn in the horror film.
Runner-Up: Jurassic Park
There's nothing like Star Wars in this genre.
Runner-Up: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
John Travolta has certainly had his fair share of iconic movie roles.
Is there any question that Halloween is the definitive horror movie?
Runner-Up: Raiders of the Lost Ark
Is there any other movie that could be more of the epitome of action than Die Hard.
Runner-Up: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
You really couldn't go wrong with either of these two choices.
Runner-Up: It's a Wonderful Life
An all-star cast and one of the greatest directors ever combined for a groundbreaking movie.
Runner-Up: Toy Story 3
Another upset here, but the voters have declared The Princess Bride to be the greatest movie ever made.
This was a lot of fun to do! Some really good choices here and it was fun to explore the history of cinema. Thanks for voting!