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Oscar Winning Movies

Updated on October 10, 2015

Clip from 12 Years a Slave

2013

12 Years a Slave


Directed By: Steve McQueen


Starring: Michael Fassbender, Paul Giamatti, and Brad Pitt


Box Office: $187.7 million

Clip from Argo

2012

Argo


Directed By: Ben Affleck


Starring: Ben Affleck, Alan Arkin and John Goodman


Box Office: $232 million

Clip from The Artist

2011

The Artist


Directed By: Michel Hazanavicius


Starring: Jean Dujardin


Box Office: $ 133 million

Clip from The King's Speech

2010

The King's Speech


Directed By: Tom Hooper


Starring: Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush


Box Office: $ 414 million

Clip from The Hurt Locker

2009

The Hurt Locker


Directed By: Kathryn Bigelow


Starring: Jeremy Renner, Evangeline Lily, Guy Pierce, and Ralph Fiennes


Box Office: $49 million

Clip from Slumdog Millionare

2008

Slumdog Millionaire


Directed By: Danny Boyle


Starring: Dev Tatel and Freida Pinto


Box Office: $377 million

Clip from No Country for Old Men

2007

No Country for Old Men


Directed By: Joel Coen


Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, and Josh Brolin


Box Office: $ 171 million

Clip from The Departed

2006

The Departed


Directed By: Martin Scorsese


Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg, Alec Baldwin, and Martin Sheen.


Box Office: $289 million


Box Office: $

Clip from Crash

2005

Crash


Directed By: Paul Haggis


Starring: Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser, Ryan Phillippe, and Thandi Newton


Box Office: $98 million

Clip from Million Dollar Baby

2004

Million Dollar Baby


Directed By: Clint Eastwood


Starring: Hilary Swank, Clint Eastwood, and Morgan Freeman


Box Office: $216 million

Clip from Lord of the Rings

2003

The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King


Directed By: Peter Jackson


Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, Liv Tyler, Orlando Bloom, and Ian McKellen


Box Office: $1.1 billion

Clip from Chicago

2002

Chicago


Directed By: Rob Marshall


Starring: Richard Gere, Rene Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones


Box Office: $306 million

Clip from A Beautiful Mind

2001

A Beautiful Mind


Directed By: Ron Howard


Starring: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Ed Harris


Box Office: $313 million


Clip from Gladiator

2000

Gladiator


Directed By: Ridley Scott


Starring: Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, and Connie Neilson


Box Office: $457 million

Clip from American Beauty

1999

American Beauty


Directed By: Sam Mendes


Starring: Kevin Spacey, Annette Bening, Thora Birch, Wes Bentley


Box Office: $356 million

Clip from Shakespeare in Love

1998

Shakespeare in Love


Directed By: John Madden


Starring: Joseph Fiennes, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Ben Affleck


Box Office: $289 million

Clip from Titanic

1997

Titanic


Directed By: James Cameron


Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet


Box Office: $2.186 Billion

Clip from The English Patient

1996

The English Patient

Directed By: Anthony Minghella


Starring: Ralph Fiennes and Kristin Scott Thomas


Box Office: $231 million


Clip from Braveheart

1995

Braveheart


Directed By: Mel Gibson


Starring: Mel Gibson


Box Office: $

Clip from Forrest Gump

1994

Forrest Gump



Directed By: Robert Zemeckis


Starring: Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, and Sally Field


Box Office: $677 million

Clip from Schindler's List

1993

Schindler's List



Directed By: Steven Spielberg


Starring: Liam Neeson


Box Office: $321.2 million

Clip from Unforgiven

1992

Unforgiven


Directed By: Clint Eastwood


Starring: Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, and Morgan Freeman


Box Office: $159 million

Clip from The Silence of the Lambs

1991

The Silence of the Lambs


Directed By: Jonathan Demme


Starring: Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins


Box Office: $272 million

Clip from Dances with Wolves

1990

Dances with Wolves


Directed By: Kevin Costner


Starring: Kevin Costner and Mary McDonnell


Box Office: $424 million

Clip from Driving Miss Daisy

1989

Driving Miss Daisy


Directed By: Bruce Beresford


Starring: Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy


Box Office: $145 million

Clip from Rain Man

1988

Rain Man


Directed By: Barry Levinson


Starring: Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman


Box Office: $354 million

Clip from The Last Emperor

1987

The Last Emperor


Directed By: Bernardo Bertolucci


Starring: John Lone, Joan Chen, and Peter O'Toole

Clip from Platoon

1986

Platoon


Directed By: Oliver Stone


Starring: Charlie Sheen and Tom Berenger


Box Office: $138 million

Clip from Out of Africa

1985

Out of Africa


Directed By: Sydney Pollack


Starring: Meryl Streep and Robert Redford


Box Office: $128 million

Clip from Amadeus

1984

Amadeus


Directed By: Milos Foreman


Starring: F. Murray Abraham and Tom Hulce


Box Office: $51 million



Clip from Terms of Endearment

1983

Terms of Endearment


Directed By: James L. Brooks


Starring: Shirley MacLaine, Debra Winger, and Jack Nicholson

More Oscar Winning Movies

1982- Ghandi


1981- Chariots of Fire


1980- Ordinary People


1979- Kramer vs. Kramer


1978- The Deer Hunter


1977- Annie Hall


1976- Rocky


1975- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


1974- The Godfather Part II


1973- The Sting


1972- The Godfather


1971- The French Connection


1970- Patton


1969- Midnight Cowboy


1968- Oliver


1967- In the Heat of the Night


1966- A Man For All Seasons


1965- The Sound of Music


1964- My Fair Lady


1963- Tom Jones


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      John 2 years ago

      We have been hearing the same cigapamn platforms since time began. Any change? Not. It has been a farce since day one. Government can only bring more suffering to those being governed. Promises are empty or have strings attached that will inevitably ruin something else. Lies will always beget more lies. The vote for the lesser evil is still a vote for evil. Politicians tell us we can't trust ourselves to behave. Trust them as they don't need correction or punishment. So VOTE. Be a pawn.

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      Opiyo 2 years ago

      letting the taliban get back into the agahfn cities is like helping a weak kid back up so you can watch him get ass-whooped by the bully again and fully document the? event. The taliban own agahfnistan because they were armed by the US in the 80 s so they could fight the soviets for us. That's why they took over every other mujaheddin group and condemned their country to brainwashing via Madrasas-type schools and the most repressive and sexist regime in history. But sure, leaving is moral