13 Years of my Favorite Oscar Losers (Best Picture Edition):

In order of the year the movie was made, here are some of my favorite Oscar Best Picture losers:

1939
The Wizard of Oz
lost to Gone with the Wind.

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1948
The Red Shoes
lost to Hamlet.

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1953
Roman Holiday
lost to From here to Eternity.

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1962
To Kill a Mockingbird
lost to Lawrence of Arabia.

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1971
A Clockwork Orange
lost to The French Connection.

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1982
E.T.
lost to Gandhi.

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1998
Elizabeth
lost to Shakespeare in Love.

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2001
Moulin Rouge
lost to A Beautiful Mind.

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2005
Brokeback Mountain
lost to Crash.

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2009
Inglorious Basterds
lost to The Hurt Locker.

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2010
Black Swan
lost to The King’s Speech.

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2011
The Descendants
lost to The Artist.

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2012
Django Unchained
lost to Argo.

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2013
This years nominees are:

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2 comments

  1. LOVE this post!! And I totally agree with you on all of them..except Clockwork Orange which I’ve actually never seen. Best get on that. Can’t believe Wizard of Oz is a loser! I mean, yes Gone with the Wind is a classic but come on! Moulin Rouge was robbed too, big time. Such a great post idea.

    For this year, I predict 12 years a slave will win it but and I really can’t decide who I want. American Hustle, Wolf of Wall Street and Dallas Buyers Club blew me away. Gravity’s directing was great but yea, the movie itself wasn’t that original or anything special.

    • goldieeee

      About A Clockwork Orange… It’s quite disturbing lol I did a paper on the author in school so I read the book as well, but I love the hidden meaning!!! Moulin Rouge is one of my favorite movies of all time!!!! Yeah I really hope Gravity doesn’t win. Lol

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