DK's Best Achievements in Cinema - 1989
Movies that were considered (33):
A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child | Back to the Future 2 | Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure | Black Rain | Cinema Paradiso | Crimes and Misdemeanors | Do the Right Thing | Erik the Viking | Field of Dreams | Ghostbusters II | Harlem Nights | Heathers | Honey, I Shrunk the Kids | Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade | Last Exit to Brooklyn | Let it Ride | Leviathan | Meet the Feebles | Music Box | Mystery Train | Pumpkinhead | Say Anything | See no Evil, Hear no Evil | Sex, Lies, and Videotape | Shirley Valentine | The Abyss | The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover | The Fabulous Baker Boys | The Fly 2 | The Tall Guy | Triumph of the Spirit | UHF | Weekend at Bernie's | When Harry Met Sally
Movies that were not considered (and should have):
Batman | Born on the Fourth of July | Dead Poets Society | Driving Miss Daisy | Glory | Gross Anatomy | My Left Foot | Parenthood | The Adventures of Baron Munchausen | The Big Picture | The War of the Roses | Uncle Buck | Valmont
Best Trailer: The Abyss.|
Most Shameless Ripoff: Leviathan for ripping off Alien, The Abyss, The Thing and Jaws.
Worst Director: George P. Cosmatos for Leviathan.
Worst Editing: John F. Burnett and Roberto Silvi for Leviathan.
Worst Special Effects: Stan Winston for Leviathan.