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Quiz: 69th Academy Awards Winners
Get ready to know what films or movies released in 1996 were nominated and won the Oscars. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has been awarding the Oscar award for excellence in various categories since 1929. This lens is a list of quizzes for the 69th (1996 films/movies) Academy Award Oscar nominees and winners. Watch them and see if you agree with the Academy Awards judges.
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Dennis Quaid (Actor), David Thewlis (Actor), Rob Cohen (Director) | Rated: PG-13 |
The last dragon and a disillusioned dragon-slaying knight must cooperate to stop an evil king who was given partial immortality.
Dragonheart (1996) - Trailer
William H. Macy (Actor), Steve Buscemi (Actor) | Rated: R
Jerry Lundegaard's inept crime falls apart due to his and his henchmen's bungling and the persistent police work of pregnant Marge Gunderson.
The English Patient (1996)
Ralph Fiennes (Actor), Juliette Binoche (Actor) | Rated: R
he English Patient (based on Michael Ondaatje's prizewinning novel of love and loss during World War II) is one of the most acclaimed films of modern times. Hana, a nurse (Juliette Binoche), tends to an archaeologist (Ralph Fiennes) who has been burnt to a crisp in a plane crash. As their relationship intensifies, he flashes back to his overwhelming passion for a married woman (Kristin Scott Thomas). Meanwhile, Hana begins a new romance with a man who defuses bombs (Naveen Andrews) and Willem Dafoe almost steals the show as the thumbless thief Caravaggio.
The English Patient
Jerry Maguire (1996)
Tom Cruise (Actor), Cuba Gooding Jr. (Actor) | Rated: R
Jerry Maguire used to be a typical sports agent: willing to do just about anything he could to get the biggest possible contracts for his clients, plus a nice commission for himself. Then, one day, he suddenly has second thoughts about what he's really doing. When he voices these doubts, he ends up losing his job and all of his clients, save Rod Tidwell, an egomaniacal football player. Can Jerry resurrect his career while still staying true to himself?