When It Comes to the Oscars, Time Is the True Arbiter of Quality

Quick, name the Best Picture Oscar winner of 1989. No, it wasn’t Field of Dreams—although that was nominated. No it wasn’t Dead Poets Society or Born on the Fourth of July either, although they too were nominated. It was Driving Miss Daisy, a feel-good race-relations drama about a wealthy widowed white woman and her relationship with her black driver. The film won four Oscars in total—including Best Adapted Screenplay—and pretty much no one talks about it today. Except in relation to the other films it beat out for the Oscars’ top award. Indeed, …

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