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Top grossing films (Worldwide)

Rank Title Studio Actors Director Gross
1. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Paramount Harrison Ford and Sean Connery Steven Spielberg $474,200,000
2. Batman Warner Bros. Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger Tim Burton $411,300,000
3. Back to the Future Part II Universal Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd Robert Zemeckis $332,000,000
4. Look Who's Talking TriStar John Travolta and Kirstie Alley Amy Heckerling $297,000,000
5. Dead Poets Society Touchstone Robin Williams, Ethan Hawke Peter Weir $235,900,000
6. Lethal Weapon 2 Warner Bros. Mel Gibson and Danny Glover Richard Donner $227,900,000
7. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Disney Rick Moranis Joe Johnston $222,700,000
8. Ghostbusters II Columbia Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver Ivan Reitman $215,400,000
9. The Little Mermaid Disney Jodi Benson Ron Clements and John Musker $184,200,000
10. Born on the Fourth of July Universal Tom Cruise Oliver Stone $161,000,000

source: http://boxofficemojo.com/yearly/chart/?view2=worldwide&yr=1989&p=.htm

Awards

Academy Awards:

Best Picture: Driving Miss Daisy - Majestic Films International, Zanuck Company., Warner Bros.
Best Director: Oliver Stone - Born on the Fourth of July
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis - My Left Foot
Best Actress: Jessica Tandy - Driving Miss Daisy
Best Supporting Actor: Denzel Washington - Glory
Best Supporting Actress: Brenda Fricker - My Left Foot
Best Foreign Language Film: Nuovo cinema Paradiso (Cinema Paradiso), directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, Italy
Best Art Direction/Set Decoration: Anton Furst and Peter Young - Batman

Golden Globe Awards:

Drama:
Best Picture: Born on the Fourth of July
Best Actor: Tom Cruise - Born on the Fourth of July
Best Actress: Michelle Pfeiffer - The Fabulous Baker Boys
Musical or comedy:
Best Picture: Driving Miss Daisy
Best Actor: Morgan Freeman - Driving Miss Daisy
Best Actress: Jessica Tandy - Driving Miss Daisy
Other
Best Director: Oliver Stone, Born on the Fourth of July
Best Foreign Language Film: Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (Cinema Paradiso), Italy

Palme d'Or (Cannes Film Festival):

Sex, lies, and videotape, directed by Steven Soderbergh, United States

Golden Lion (Venice Film Festival):

A City of Sadness (Beiqing chengshi), directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien, China

Golden Bear (Berlin Film Festival):

Rain Man, directed by Barry Levinson, United States

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