Best Picture Oscar: Braveheart
Top Box Office:
1 Die Hard with a Vengeance Fox / Cinergi $366,101,666
2 Toy Story Disney $363,007,140
3 Apollo 13 Universal $355,237,933
4 GoldenEye Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer $352,194,034
5 Pocahontas Disney $346,079,773
6 Batman Forever Warner Bros. $336,529,144
7 Seven New Line $327,311,859
8 Casper Universal $287,928,194
9 Waterworld Universal $264,218,220
10 Jumanji Sony $262,797,249
Best Films: Casino, Before Sunrise, Delores Claiborne, Party Girl, Clueless, Babe, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, The Usual Suspects, Seven, To Die For, Get Shorty, Copycat, Goldeneye, Toy Story, Heat, Grumpier Old Men, Dead Man Walking
Guilty Pleasures: The Brady Bunch Movie, The Quick & The Dead, Outbreak, Bad Boys, Village of the Damned, A Walk in the Clouds, Showgirls, Dead Presidents, Now and Then, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
Overrated Pieces of Shit: Mighty Aphrodite, Braveheart & Leaving Las Vegas
The Emergence of Dumbass Comedy: Friday, Billy Madison & Tommy Boy
Leo plays himself as a gay hustler in The Basketball Diaries & shows off his micropenis Total Eclipse. Meryl dazzles with an Italian accent in The Bridges of Madison County. Sandra Bullock has a hit in the most ill-aged film in recent memory, The Net, with its outdated technology and HIV subplot.
Butterfly McQueen, Prissy from Gone With The Wind, does at age 84. Timothée Hal Chalamet is born on December 27th.
My Johnny Depp & Marlon Brando picture (Don Juan Demarco) was released too, why don’t you talk about that, Goddamnit?!