The British: We Just Don’t Care For Mel Gibson

February 25, 2005

British movie mag Empire is not afraid to call into question the Academy’s past picks for Best Picture. In criticism of Mel Gibson’s “talent,” the magazine named the director’s 1995 film, Braveheart, the worst Best Picture Oscar winner of all time. Empire backed the choice by stating that the dialogue in the film “has all the thudding subtlety of a parody.” Further opening our hearts to British cinema sensibilities, overrated director/former child actor Ron Howard’s 2002 film A Beautiful Mind came in second place for its “willfully dishonest screenplay.”

BRITISH FILM MAGAZINE NAMES WORST PICTURES IN OSCAR HISTORY – ShowBIZ Data

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