Nolte: What Should’ve Won the Best Picture Oscar – 1980 to 1989

Nolte: What Should’ve Won the Best Picture Oscar – 1980 to 1989


In part seven of this series we look at the movies that should have won the Best Picture Oscar between 1980 and 1989.

Like the fifties, because a Republican president very much defined the era, the eighties continue to be unfairly maligned as a terrible decade for movies by foo foo critics. As you will see below this is an outrageous and anti-science lie.

Let’s begin…

1980

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What Did Win: Ordinary People

Because everyone believes Raging Bull and only Raging Bull should’ve won Best Picture, Robert Redford’s Oscar-winning directorial debut is constantly attacked as something along the lines of a subpar movie of the week.

Well, it’s not. This is a deeply moving story about violence, emotional violence from a mother who cannot forgive her son for surviving the accident that killed her favorite son. A brutal and shocking theme told through subtle, insightful, and

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