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The Scene-Stealers Movie Podcast 80: Oscars!

by Trevan McGee on February 20, 2013

in Podcasts

After a short hiatus, Eric, Trey, and Trevan are back to talk about this year’s Oscars, among other things. The boys offer up who they think will win and who they wish would win. Trey talks about KCAI’s Film School series, Eric mentions  his hosting gig for The Walking Dead Live panel and Trevan interrupts people and is a general nuisance because he’s cool like that. It all leads up to the annual Scene-Stealers/Lost In Reviews Oscar Party this Sunday at the Screenland Armour, 408 Armour Rd. It’s free to attend, ballot are available online and all of the details are available here.

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1 Xavier February 20, 2013 at 10:43 pm

I think ZDT is a going to get completely shut out, the smear campaign against it was too effective.
I think the Foreign Film category is still pretty badly flawed. I really kept up with a lot of the foreign films in the year and I only saw Amour and A Royal Affair. I did hear good things about No as well, but nobody talked about War Witch and Kon Tiki. I saw Amour, Holy Motors, Tabu, Rust and Bone, Beyond the Hills, Pieta, Barbara, and a Royal Affair (also Alps and the Kid with a Bike, both of which I didn’t like), but heard nothing until Oscar nominations about Kon Tiki or War Witch.


2 Eric Melin February 21, 2013 at 10:12 am

Yeah, ZDT is definitely in trouble but after its win for screenplay at WGA, I think it’s still a possibility in that category.

As for the foreign film category, I’ve also heard some passionate negativity against Amour, but for it to NOT win, that passion will have to be directed mostly at one other competitor in that category instead of spread out among the other four nominees. I don’t think there’s one other obvious choice, so I’m sticking with Amour for the win.


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