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  • darthvader12
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    Best Picture: Unforgiven

    Best Director: Clint Eastwood, Unforgiven

    Best Actor: Denzel Washington, Malcolm X

    Best Actress: Emma Thompson, Howards End

    Best Supporting Actor: Gene Hackman, Unforgiven

    Best Supporting Actress: Judy Davis, Husbands and Wives

    Best Original Screenplay: Unforgiven

    Best Adapted Screenplay: Howards End

    Best Foreign Language Film: Indochine

    Best Documentary Feature: The Panama Deception

    Best Documentary Short: Educating Peter

    Best Live Action Short: Omnibus

    Best Animated Short: Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase

    Best Original Score: Aladdin

    Best Original Song: “A Whole New World”, Aladdin

    Best Sound Effects: Bram Stoker’s Dracula

    Best Sound: The Last of the Mohicans

    Best Art Direction: Howards End

    Best Cinematography: A River Runs Through It

    Best Makeup: Batman Returns

    Best Costume Design: Bram Stoker’s Dracula

    Best Film Editing: Unforgiven

    Best Visual Effects: Death Becomes Her

     

    Note: Feel free to write your own alternate Oscars for 1992.

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    KyleBailey
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    #220618

    Picture: A Few Good Men       Realistic Pick: Aladdin 
    Director: Neal Jordan           Realistic Pick: David Lynch “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” 
    Actor: Stephen Rae               Realistic Pick: Tom Cruise “A Few Good Men”
    Actress: Emma Thompson    Realistic Pick: Carol Burnett “Noises Off!”
    Supp. Actor: Jack Nicholson   Realistic Pick: Same
    Supp. Actress: Judy Davis      Realistic Pick: Same

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    Andrew Carden
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    #220619

    Of the Academy’s selections, “Howards End,” James Ivory, Robert Downey Jr., Susan Sarandon, David Paymer and Joan Plowright.

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    Echo469
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    Picture – The Crying Game,
    Actor – Robert Downey, Jr. ,
    Actress – Catherine Deneuve,
    Sup. Actor – Al Pacino,
    Sup. Actress – Miranda Richardson,
    Director – James Ivory,
    Song – I Have Nothing,
    Writing – Husband & Wives, A River Runs Through It

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    Eduardo Galhardo
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    Best Picture: Unforgiven
    Best Director: Clint Eastwood, Unforgiven
    Best Actor: Al Pacino, Scent of a Woman
    Best Actress: Emma Thompson, Howards End
    Best Supporting Actor: Gene Hackman, Unforgiven
    Best Supporting Actress: Joan Plowright, Enchanted April
    Best Original Screenplay: Lorenzo’s Oil
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Howards End
    Best Foreign Language Film: Indochine
    Best Animated Feature: Aladdin
    Best Documentary Feature: Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II
    Best Original Score: Aladdin
    Best Original Song: “I Have Nothing”, The Bodyguard
    Best Sound Effects: Bram Stoker’s Dracula
    Best Sound: Aladdin
    Best Art Direction: Bram Stoker’s Dracula
    Best Cinematography: A River Runs Through It
    Best Makeup: Bram Stoker’s Dracula
    Best Costume Design: Bram Stoker’s Dracula
    Best Film Editing: Unforgiven
    Best Visual Effects: Death Becomes Her

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    Madson Melo
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    #220622

    The Crying Game
    Neil Jordan
    Denzel Washington, Malcolm X BY FAR
    Catherine Deneuve, Indochine
    Jaye Davidson, The Crying Game
    Judy Davis, Husband and Wives

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    Eddy Q
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    You know what would have been the most deserving winner of the night had it won? Ferdinando Scarfiotti’s remarkable production design for the otherwise disastrous Toys. But large groups will never vote for a notorious flop in any category, however deserving it might be. 

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    Andrew Carden
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    You know what would have been the most deserving winner of the night had it won? Ferdinando Scarfiotti’s remarkable production design for the otherwise disastrous Toys. But large groups will never vote for a notorious flop in any category, however deserving it might be. 

    Indeed. “Toys” might well be the best-looking bad movie ever. Another terrible film from 92 with great art direction – “Alien 3.”

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    Jake
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    #220625

    ^^Well, I like “Alien 3”. It’s not on par of previous 2 films from the franchise but is still better than its reputation.

    “Reservoir Dogs” should have been nominated for screenplay at least.

    I need to see “The Crying Game” ASAP.

    “Death Becomes Her” was stunning! That’s the one Best Actress nomination Meryl Streep should have got (perhaps over “Ironweed”).

    “Husbands and Wives” is a film from Woody Allen I more respect than love, although I wonder how would it perform at the Oscars without off-screen controversy – better or worse? Woody plays defender of a marriage, so that’s something remarkable. Liam Neeson and Juliette Lewis look slightly out of place when compared to the main 4 (Allen, Farrow, Davis, Pollock).

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    Andrew Carden
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    “Death Becomes Her” was stunning! That’s the one Best Actress nomination Meryl Streep should have got (perhaps over “Ironweed”).

    Love it! I may have even nominated Bruce Willis for Best Supporting Actor…

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    Eddy Q
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    I still find it hilarious that Coppola’s Dracula movie won more Oscars than Apocalypse Now, and the same number as The Godfather. Though it did actually deserve all three of its winning categories. A score nomination wouldn’t have gone amiss either. 

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    Jake
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    [quote=”Jake”]

    “Death Becomes Her” was stunning! That’s the one Best Actress nomination Meryl Streep should have got (perhaps over “Ironweed”).

    Love it! I may have even nominated Bruce Willis for Best Supporting Actor…
    [/quote]

    Oh yeah… “It’s a MIRACLE!” I wish he would do more comedy. 

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