Three Way Moviegasm this week tackles Oscar years 1969 and 1970. Midnight Cowboy and Patton were the two big Best Pic winners, but it was also the eve of the 1970s, Oscar’s best decade until now, or certainly one of them.
And Jeff Wells, Marshall Fine (Hollywood & Fine and Huffington Post), Phil Contrino (Boxoffice.com) talk a bit about the murder of Ronni Chasen, The King’s Speech being a formidable contender, and many other things. Listen now.
[NOTE: Please be advised that there are specific scene spoilers about Black Swan in the Oscar Poker podcast, so anyone who’d like to avoid them should be ready to skip past min. 44:00 – 48:00.]
The Moviegasm podcast is spoiler-free this week.]