If We Picked the Winners for 1992 (Complete)

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fuzzynavel (3 years ago)
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I’m not sure how Gene could have discussed his choice at all without revealing the core secret of the film. By nominating Davidson in the supporting actor category, the Academy itself gave it away. I knew the character was a man in drag before I saw the film and it was no less of a compelling experience. It improves on every viewing and the identity of Davidson’s as a surprise isn’t really crucial to one’s enjoyment of the piece. As for the hosts’ selections that were presented later in the program - I know Roger would have selected Denzel Washington for Best Actor, Marisa Tomei for Supporting Actress, and Howards End for Best Picture. Siskel would have chosen Howards End as well, but I’m not sure about the other two categories.
DistingFlyer (3 years ago)
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Ebert’s pick of A Few Good Men as the worst nomination didn’t surprise me, but I was also expecting Siskel to name Unforgiven - glad he didn’t.
starwarsjoker (3 years ago)
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Do you have the specials for 1993 and 1994? I’d love to see those as well, two of my favorite film years.
futuremw (3 years ago)
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i think they especially enjoy showing each other up in front of a LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE! ha ha!
futuremw (3 years ago)
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i’m surprised the audience did not boo during their worst picks segment! i guess they agreed with them.
Philip (2 years ago)
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I never like their song choices and almost always disagree with them. They are so out of touch with the moviegoing public when it comes to these things.

I’m certain that most people would choose "Whole New World" from Aladdin.
B.R. (2 years ago)
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I can’t believe Scent Of A Woman got a Best Picture nomination. That was clearly f**king disgusting imo.
MrNoCal (2 years ago)
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The Jaye Davidson "reveal" (for lack of a better word) was unavoidable by Gene. I mean seriously...what could he do? Pick Jaye and then just say "let’s not discuss it"? By the time this episode aired, most who would even care to see the movie already knew (as did I), but were encouraged strongly by opinions such as Gene’s to see it. I saw it after knowing that twist already, but still thought extremely highly of Jaye’s performance and the film.

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gradepoint
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This show contains the infamous scene in which Gene divulges the secret of the Crying Game, which infuriated Roger. (This show was originally incomplete, but is now complete!)

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