It’s hard to believe that the 85th Academy Awards are merely just a few days away, and as evidenced by our ongoing The Road to Oscar feature, it’s been a rather nutty year awards season-wise. In anticipation of the upcoming ceremony, someone has put together a nifty video montage that features footage from all 84 past Best Picture winners. It’s a fun look back at Academy history as we’re reminded which Oscar winners have stood the test of time and which ones are somewhat perplexing in hindsight (I cringed when Crash popped up).
Hit the jump to take a look at the video and see how many Best Picture winners you can name. If you’ve missed any of our Road to Oscar features thus far, click here to catch up. Look for more Oscar goodness here on Collider in the next few days including the last few Road to Oscar entries, a special Oscar episode of our podcast The Collision, and finally our predictions for the ceremony. The Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 24th on ABC at 8:30 ET.
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Pratt certainly steals the spotlight, but all four videos have loads of behind-the-scenes footage well worth checking out.
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