The first is a decent film, but not Best Picture material. Breaking Away is good, but not Best material. I haven't seen Norma Rae. Apocalypse Now is an all-timer. So I think the Academy got this one wrong, though K vs. K is an excellent film.
The first is a children's film. Tootsie is good, but not Best material. I haven't seen Missing. The Verdict is elite. But so is Gandhi. I'll let the Academy have this one.
Good but not good enough for the first one. Same for Moonstruck. I haven't seen H and G. So it's Fatal Attraction vs. the winner, and I think the Academy got this one right.
The first features a stand-out performance from Geena Davis. The fourth is cute, but out of its league here. The middle two are both better than the winner. So the Academy got this one wrong.
The first stars Hugh Grant. The fourth is good, but overrated. Quiz Show is good, but not really Best Picture material. So it's Pulp Fiction vs. the winner. Both were worthy, but I think the Academy got this one right.
Gosford Park, In the Bedroom, The Fellowship of the Ring, and Moulin Rouge! were nominated.
I saw the second one for Marisa Tomei and I don't remember much else about it. Moulin Rouge! is a good film, but not quite Best material. I haven't seen Gosford Park. So it's Fellowship vs. the winner. It's a tough choice because they're wildly different films, but I think the Academy might have gottten this one wrong.