Posts Tagged ‘oscars’
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And the Nominees Were – 1937

The podcasting trio talk about 10 more films including The Life of Emile Zola, The Awful Truth and A Star is Born.
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Return to Oscar

It's rare, but sometimes actors reprise their Oscar worthy performance. Sometimes successfully.

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The Secret in Their Eyes

This surprise winner definitely deserved last year's Oscar for Best Foreign Film.
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And the Nominees Were – 1936

The Great Ziegfeld won Best Picture this year beating out some great films and some boring ones.

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Heroes of the Zeroes: The Queen

"The Queen" — Stephen Frears' tragicomic look at British royalty — continues Nick Rogers' look at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
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Summer Oscars 2010

In this week's show, Joe and Chris look at the best -- and worst -- that summer 2010 had to offer.

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Heroes of the Zeroes: The Pianist

"The Pianist" — Roman Polanski's chillingly cathartic drama — continues Nick Rogers' look at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
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And the Nominees Were – 1935

Another long set of nominees, but there were more winners this time including Captain Blood and Top Hat.

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And the Nominees Were – 1934

Austin and friends continue their trek through Best Picture nominees with classic films like The Thin Man and The Gay Divorcee. Whoo!
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And the Nominees Were: 1932/1933

Another year, another set of nominees. Which one did Austin and friends decide is one of the worst so far?

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Good Job Academy!

Cynicism takes a back seat as Austin praises the Oscars for their Best Foreign Film choices.

And the Nominees Were – 1930/1931

A surprisingly good batch of films...except for the winner.

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And the Nominees Were – 1929/1930

This year we have perhaps the greatest war movie ever made, an lovable musical, and sadly three others.
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The Blind Side

Shallow, manipulative, at times morally repugnant and even stupid, "The Blind Side" represents the worst in liberal "we can save the black man" white-guilt assuasion.