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Academy Award for Best Assistant Director

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Academy Award for Best Assistant Director was awarded from 1933 through 1937. In the first year of this award, it referred to no specific film.

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- How can people guess these off of one second? - I guessed a song once in a second, but this is hard. - I did not think I was gonna be this bad. ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ - (FBE) Today, we have a challenge for you. - Okay. - It involves this button. - (FBE) So we'll be playing you sound from a movie, one second at a time, and all of these movies are Best Picture Oscar winners. - No, wait. That's not my forte. - Me either. Like, of all time, over eras? - I am pretty confident, but I don't want to sound cocky. - Every time I go to Oscar parties, there's usually wine involved. I never remember. - I'm gonna have at least one really embarrassing guess because I don't know what movies won the Oscar. - I don't want to watch something just because it's up for an award, and so that's really gonna bite me in my ass today. - I have my own opinion about what movie should win Best Picture. If it was up to me, it'd probably be a Disney movie every year. - There's a lot of things people say that I should know, but I don't. - I don't know. I might really suck at this. - (FBE) All right, guys, here is your first second of your first movie. - (lady) Were you scared in Vie--? - Dude, nothing. Gosh. Uh-uh. - (lady) Were you scared in Vie--? - Are you scared of me? - I don't know if I'm scared yet. - Are you scared of the dark? - (lady) Were you scared in Vie--? - Gone With the Wind. (buzzer) - No. - That was an Oscar. (hitting bell) - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (buzzer) Damn, okay. - Breakfast at Tiffany's? (buzzer) - Psycho? (buzzer) Aww, okay. - That was a good one. - (lady) Were you scared in Vietnam? - "Are you scared of Vietnam?" Oh, a war movie. - (lady) Were you scared in Vietnam? - "Are you scared of Vietnam?" - Apocalypse Now? (buzzer) - Casablanca? (buzzer) No, wait, that has nothing to do with the Vietnam war. Damn it! Okay. - I'm going to try it. Good Morning, Vietnam? (buzzer) (laughing) - So wrong. The Notebook? (buzzer) - He did go to war. - Is it Saving Private Ryan? (buzzer) - Okay, then give me more. - Yeah, she's like, "Okay, let's do it." - (lady) Were you scared in Vietnam? - Ooh! Ooh! All right, we're talking about Vietnam. Oh! Forrest Gump? (ding) - Oh! - (grunting) Let's go! I was like, all right, Vietnam movie? - That was Robin Wright! Damn it! - (Jenny) Were you scared in Vietnam? - (Forrest) Yes. - (chuckling) - Well, that was something. - (Jenny) Were you scared in Vietnam? - (Forrest) Yes. (hitting bell) - It's Forrest Gump. (ding) - (Forrest) Jenny? Jenny? JENNY!! - (Jenny) Were you scared in Vietnam? - (Forrest) Yes. (hitting bell) - I know. Forrest Gump. (ding) (hitting bell) - Oh! Oh! That was-- shoot! - Is that Forrest Gump? - GOD-- - Yeah! (laughing) - (Jenny) Were you scared in Vietnam? - (Forrest) Yes. Well, I-- I don't know. - Why did that sound like a lot of people to me? - Forrest Gump. (ding) I can't believe it took me that long! - (FBE) Here is the first second of your second movie. - (lady) What's the idea? - What? - How can people guess these off of one second? - I guessed a song once in a second, but this is hard. - (lady) What's the idea? - What the hell?! - Zoinks! (hitting bell) - E.T.? (buzzer) - Whew. - Did E.T. win an Oscar? It should have. - (lady) What's the idea? - Like, what was the word? - That was gibberish. - I didn't even understand that. Was that voice or was that a sound effect? - I have no idea. - (lady) What's the idea? - (man) Wake up, kiddo! - (softly) "Wake up, kiddo." (hitting bell) - Is it Monsters, Inc.? (buzzer) - I'm doing so bad at this. It's the second one, though. I'm already dying and it's only the second one. - (lady) What's the idea? - (man) Wake up, kiddo! - Click it. Do it! - I will. Close Encounters? I don't even know. - I'll waste a guess. Is it The Godfather? (buzzer) - It sounds like they have an accent. - More time. - "What's the idea?!" - Oliver Twist? (buzzer) - Annie? (buzzer) - I did not think I was gonna be this bad. - (lady) What's the idea? - (man) Wake up, kiddo. You ain't never gonna-- - What are they ain't never gonna? I hate cliffhangers. - (lady) What's the idea? - (man) Wake up, kiddo. You ain't never gonna-- - "You ain't..." Okay, okay, okay, okay. I need more. - I'm still stuck on the Monsters, Inc. thing, so I don't have a guess. (hitting bell) - Sound of Music? (buzzer) (chuckling) - "Wake up, kiddo." - Chicago. (ding) - Oh, damn it! - (victorious grunt) I heard the music in the background and I'm like the setting, the era, boom, gotta be Chicago. (hitting bell) - Chicago? Woo! - Good job. That was good. - (Roxie) What's the idea? - (Fred) Wake up, kiddo. You ain't never gonna have an act. - "You ain't never gonna have an act." It's probably so easy. Everyone's just like-- - I know. Cabaret? (buzzer) (hitting bell) - Wicked? - (snorting) - (chuckling) - (Roxie) What's the idea? - (Fred) Wake up, kiddo. You ain't never gonna have an act. - Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! Is it Chicago? A-HA! - Mmm, yeah. Never seen Chicago. (hitting bell) - It's Chicago. (ding) - Yeah. - Yes! - I'm outta here. - (Roxie) What's the idea? - (Fred) Wake up, kiddo. You ain't never gonna have an act. - (Roxie) Says who? - (Fred) Face it, Roxie. You're a two-bit talent with skinny legs. - I don't know it. (hitting bell) - Chicago. - Hey! - (FBE) Here's your next movie. - (man) I got you, I promise. - He's got a promise. - Hold on, okay. There's a few context clues in there already. - How could you have possibly picked up on the context? - (man) I got you, I promise. - I don't know. - I feel like I should know this, but I don't know. - (man) I got you, I promise. - Did he say something "plumber"? - Plum? Plum or plumber? - Um, Wolf of Wall Street? (buzzer) - I can't do the one second thing. - I need something else. (hitting bell) - Godfather? (buzzer) - I have no idea. - (man) I got you, I promise. (water splashing) - It's in water. - Yeah. - What does that mean? - (man) I got you, I promise. - That was just water! - Yeah, it's just liquid. I don't know. (hitting bell) - Raging Bull? (buzzer) - Taxi Driver? (buzzer) - Jaws? (buzzer) I heard water. (hitting bell) - Is it Moonlight? (ding) - (Juan) I got you, I promise. I'm not going to let you go. Hey, man, I've got you. - (whispering) "I've got you." (pounding table) - "Hey, man, I got you." - I don't think I've seen this movie. - I can feel all the film people in the comments just like,"Oh my god! How did they not know this?" Sorry, guys. (hitting bell) - Apocalypse Now? (buzzer) - American Gangster? (buzzer) - Finding Nemo? (buzzer) - (laughing) - Finding Dory? Oh, wait, no, that's two guesses. - Moonlight? (ding) - (Juan) I got you, I promise. I'm not going to let you go. Hey, man, I've got you. There you go. - He repeated "I got you" two times. - Hacksaw Ridge? (buzzer) Damn. (hitting bell) - The Hurt Locker? (buzzer) (hitting bell) - Is it Moonlight? (ding) - HA-HA! - Wow! Dude, I never watched Moonlight. That was actually a film I wanted to watch. - (Juan) I promise. I'm not going to let you go. Hey, man, I got you. There you go. 10 seconds. ♪ (orchestra playing) ♪ And that right there-- - Why is the music so dramatic? (hitting bell) - Is it Moonlight? (ding) Okay, I haven't even seen that movie. (hitting bell) - Moonlight? (ding) - Oh my god! I knew his voice! - (FBE) All right, here's the next one. - (man) In Alexandre Du-- - Huh? - That was very proper. "Alex" (mumbling). - (man) In Alexandre Du-- (hitting bell) - Les Misérables? (buzzer) (hitting bell) - The Big Short? (buzzer) - (man) In Alexandre Du-- - The King's Speech. (buzzer) [Bleep]! - I don't have a guess. (hitting bell) - (gasping) - Gladiator? (buzzer) (snickering) Dang it! - Just jump in on the sixth second over. - Yeah, let's get four or five seconds rolling over here. - I don't know. - (man) In Alexandre Dumas' book-- - Okay, that was the word "book." - "Alexander" something's "book." - It sounds like the bad guy from Tarzan. (hitting bell) - The Three Musketeers? (buzzer) - (groaning) I don't know. - Do you want more time or do you want-- - Yeah, no, I need more time. I don't have a guess. (hitting bell) - King's Speech? (buzzer) - I was thinking that. - I don't have a guess. I want to hear more. - (man) In Alexandre Dumas' book... (heart thumping) ...The Three Musketeers-- - Oh my god! - That just lost me again. - ...this movie for the other guys, good job for you. - If you say The Three Musketeers, I swear to God! - Is it The Three Musketeers? (buzzer) It's not, okay. - The Passion of the Christ. (buzzer) Guess Monty Python. - Monty Python: Life of Brian! (buzzer) - V for Vendetta? (buzzer) - Not even a clue. - I don't even know who's speaking. - Man in the Iron Mask? (buzzer) More time, please. - Yes, please. - (man) In Alexandre Dumas' book, The Three Musketeers, two of the Musketeers are called Athos and Porthos. What was the name of the third Musketeer? - Okay. Slumdog Millionaire? (ding) (gasping) - Very good. - Okay. - Slumdog Millionaire. (ding) I got one! I got one! (hitting bell) - Slumdog Millionaire? (ding) All right. That was, you know-- I wouldn't have got that. - Slumdog Millionaire! (ding) I heard the heartbeat! The heartbeat! (hitting bell) - This is Slumdog Millionaire. YES! - (FBE) All right, here is your last movie, first second. - (man) Whoa! - I want to think about it out loud and talk about it, but I know he's gonna get it. (hitting bell) - Was that movie Free Willy? (buzzer) - (man) Whoa! (hitting bell) - Titanic? (ding) WHAT?! WHAT?! (hitting bell) - Titanic. I knew Titanic was gonna be in here! (hitting bell) - Titanic. (ding) "I'm on top of the world!" - Titanic! - No! - AAH! I win the buzzer! I win the buzzer! - (Jack) Whoa! - (Fabrizio) I can see the-- - (snickering) - Now it screwed me up so bad. - It's my mom's favorite movie, Titanic. (ding) - That's Titanic? - We definitely need to watch some more movies-- - I would agree with that. - Thanks for watching us guess that Oscar movie on the React channel. - Don't forget to subscribe. There's new shows every day. - If you like Oscar movies, hit that Like button. - Later! - Hey, guys, Alyssa here, a producer from the React channel. Thanks so much for watching us guess that movie today. Let us know in the comments what movie you think should win Best Picture. See you next time.

References

  1. ^ "The 7th Academy Awards (1935) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2013-04-11.
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