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AeonFluxxus AeonFluxxus 8 years
Dancer in the Dark, Dogville, Monster, etc. etc. were also excellant movies.
MFORCE310 MFORCE310 8 years
1999: The Iron Giant should have straight up won Best Picture. 2000: Requiem For A Dream should have won, no contest. Most powerful film I have ever witnessed in my life. 2001: The Royal Tenenbaums should have been nominated. 2005: V For Vendetta should have been nominated; I think it should have won. 2008: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is better than Slumdog Millionaire. Having said that, great list, especially with The Truman Show and Big Fish.
crazylovevbug crazylovevbug 8 years
i don't think they should have 10 slots for best picture nominees. it's just too much! i understand some movies get left out, but in the end only one wins, right?
hiptobesquare hiptobesquare 8 years
I agree, though adding another fabulous movie to some of those years would have made it harder to decide! I only disagree on Mulholland Drive.
redchick152 redchick152 8 years
good list Buzz!
tiabia tiabia 8 years
In 1997 the best movie of the year was not was Eve's Bayou which was sorely missing at the Academy Awards that year!!! And Debbi Morgan was easily the Best Supporting Actress of that award season!
Audrey1974 Audrey1974 8 years
WHAT?!?!? Why are they doing that? Are they going to do 10 of everything next? Boo to this idea! BOO!
clew001 clew001 8 years
big fish was amazing
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 8 years
from your list, I would say Eternal Sunshine, Big Fish and Lars should have definitely gotten nominations.
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