Winning an Oscar nomination usually consolidates a film's place in the history of cinema and preserves its legacy for years to come, but ultimately, winning Prizes are what all claimants are looking for. It is an honor to attend any Academy Awards, but most films seek to leave the event with at least one Academy Award. Left empty-handed. The works were directed by acclaimed figures such as Steven Spielberg or the Coen brothers, but in any case, Oscar voters did not consider them worthy of the award.
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10. Double Indemnity - 7 Nomination
- Director: Billy Wilder
- Cast: Barbara Stanwick, Fred McMurray, Edward Robinson
- Release Date: 1944
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 97 out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 8.3 out of 10 oneof Billy Wilder's mostcommercially successful films, setting a new standard for noir films. The story is about Walter Neff, played by Fred McMurray, an insurance salesman who is persuaded by a seductive housewife (Phyllis Dietrichson, played by Barbara Stanwick) to take part in a murder and fraud scheme, but both are eventually targeted by Neff's co-worker. Doubts Their Story.
- Director: > Francis Ford Coppola
- Cast: Al Pacino, Sophia Coppola, Andy Garcia
- Release Date: 1990
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 68 out of 100
- IMDb Movie Score: 7.6 out of 10
- Director: > Frank Darabont
- Cast: Bob Ganton, Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman
- Release Date: 1994
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 91 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 9 3. Out of 10
- Director: David Lynch 93 out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 8.1 out of 10 David Lynch has never been acclaimed by the academy, but he made it to the brink of success with the 1980 film Elephant Man. The film tells the story of John Merrick (played by John Hurt), an intelligent and kind man who is feared by mostin the community for his ugly face.
- Director: James Avery >
- Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson, Christopher Rio
- Release Date: 1993
- Score Raton Tomitosis: 95 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.8 out of 10 li>
- Director: Martin Scorsese
- Cast: Daniel DeLouis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz
- Release Date: 2002
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 73 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 7.5 out of 10
- Director: Ethan and Joel Coen
- Cast: Jeff Bridges, Haley Steinfeld, Matt Damon
- Release Date: 2010
- Raton Score Tomitosis: 95 out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 7.6 out of 10
- Director: David Orasell
- Cast: Amy Adams, Christine Bell, Jennifer Lawrence
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitoz Score : 92 out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 7.2 out of 10
- Director: Herbert Ross
- Release Date: 1977
- Raton Tomitoz Score : 63 out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 6.9 out of 10 Herbert Ross's "turning point" in 1977, at least in terms of the number of nominations, received a lot of attention from Oscarvoters. The drama examines Didi Rogers' relationship with Shirley McLain and Emma Jacqueline with Anne Bancroft. Didi decides to stop acting in ballet and start a family (while he continues to do so). Didi's daughter, Emilia (Leslie Brown), then joins a ballet troupe, during which Didi encounters a mental conflict.
- Director: Steven Spielberg
- Actors : Oprah Winfrey, Hopi Goldberg, Danny Glover
- Release Date: 1985
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 81 Out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 7.8 out of 10
The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Music, and Best Voice) and lost them all. Because Leo McCurry's "I'm Going My Way" won the most major awards.
The Godfather Part III - 7 Nomination
Francis Ford Coppola felt that the first two films of "The Godfather" fully narrated the Corleone saga, but after the financial failure of "One of the Heart" in In 1982, he was forced to accept Paramount's offer to make the third installment of The Godfather. In the final episode of the trilogy (which Coppola refers to as the "Godfather" double ending), Michael Corleone's story ends in an attempt to legitimize his criminal empire.
The film has received mixed reviews. There were still seven Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (for Andy Garcia), Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Production Design and Best Original Song (for "Promise Me to Remember" Carmine Coppola) won but lost them all because "Dancing with the Wolves" won most of the awards that year.
8. The Shawshank Redemption - 7 Nomination
"Salvation in Shawshank" is one of the most popular movies in history with the highest score among the top 250 IMDb movies, and of course, this popularity has its own reason. The film is an emotional epic with fascinating characters such as Andy Duforn, played by Tim Robbins, and Red, played by Morgan Freeman, and has several exciting life lessons in its heart that will never be forgotten. Andy never gives up hope and humanity as he tries to escape from prison. did not get either. The seven nominations included Best Picture, Best Actor (for Morgan Freeman), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Sound and Best Soundtrack. "Forrest Gump" was the winner of that year's awards.
7. The Elephant Man - 8 Nomination
This film is nominated for eight Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Picture Directed (Lynch), Best Actor (Hert), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Costume Design, Best Editing, Best Production Design, and Best Soundtrack It was the third Academy Awards. However, in all these categories, "Angry Cow" and Oscar-winning film "Ordinary People" by Robert Redford failed.
6. The Remains Of The Day - 8 nominations >
"Survivor of the Day" is an adaptation of the novel of the same name in 1989, which tells the story of Stevens, played by Anthony Hopkins, a waitress who sacrificed her body and soul to serve her former employer and later He realized that this man might not have been what he pretended to be. But Thompson plays a housewife named Mrs. Canton who makes Stevens struggling. Thompson), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design and Best Soundtrack, unfortunately lost all of these awards. Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" was the judges' favorite that year. Gangs Of New York - 10 nominations <//>
Martin Scorsese has been one of the most successful people at the Academy Awards for many years, but that does not mean that all of his films have performed in the same academy. one of the failures was the "New York gang" in 2002. This dark historical drama follows the story of the brave Amsterdam Walloon, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who returns to a suburb of New York City and seeks revenge on the butcher's butcher (Daniel de Luis).
Critics and Academy Award nominees for ten Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director (for Scorsese), Best Actor (for DeLouis), Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Editing, Best Production Design, He won Best Soundtrack and Best Original Song (for "Groups that Made America") but returned home empty-handed as Rob Marshall's "Chicago" won most awards.
4. True Grit - 10 nominations
3. American Hustle - 10 nominations
"American Hoax" was released a year after the success of David O'Russell's "Book of Hope", which won Jennifer Lawrence the Academy Award for Best Actress. It seemed that this film could be even more successful than the previous Urassel film. It focuses on the crimes of Irving Rosenfeld, played by Christine Bell, and Sydney Prosser, played by Amy Adams.
Ten Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (for Bill), Best Actress (for Adams), Best Supporting Actor (for Cooper), Best Supporting Actress (for Lawrence) , Won the best original screenplay, best costume design, best editing and best production design, and is in fact one of only 15 films in history to be nominated for awards in all four categories of acting, but left the ceremony empty-handed. "12 Years of Slavery" and "Gravity" were the films of that year.
2. The Turning Point - 11 Nomination
Nominated for Best Picture, Best Director (for Ross), Best Actress ( Best Supporting Actor (for Mikhail Baryshnikov), Best Supporting Actress (for Brown), Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Production Design, and Best Sound, but won the competition to Annie Hall. And "Star Wars" and lost all eleven awards.
1. The Color Purple - 11 Nomination
This film has won Best Picture, Best Actress (for Goldberg), Best Supporting Actress (for Margaret Avery and Oprah Winfrey), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup, Best Production Design, Best Soundtrack, Best Original Film and Best Song were nominated for an Oscar. The academy clearly liked the film, but it was not comparable to Sidney Pollack's "Out of Africa," which won the most awards that year.
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