This episode, Rob and Mike talk about the lead acting categories. They make their predictions for Best Leading Actress and Bead Leading Actor, and also discuss some performances they wish were nominated.
Rob and Mike discuss the categories for Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor. They make their predictions, comment on their favorite performances of the year, and provide insight on some upset potential. They both feel confident that the Oscars will match the SAG awards winners. Do you agree with their opinions?
This episode, Mike and Rob try to predict what movies they are looking forward to the most in 2018. Last year, Rob went 0-for-3 in his guesses and Mike went 1-for-3. Can they improve on their disastrous predictions from last year? Warning, these two do not mention superhero films this episode because they have better taste than that.
This episode, Rob and Mike react to the Oscar nominations that were announced on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. They go over the surprises and snubs from the nominations and they give some of their biggest takeaways from the announcements. Rob was surprised that Martin McDonagh didn’t get nominated for Best Director, while Mike does not believe that The Boss Baby was nominated for Best Animated Feature. Listen up for plenty of more comments, including why this group of nominations is making Oscar history.
The Oscar Doctor is here to give his reaction to the Oscar nominations, which were announced on the morning of January 23, 2018. He goes through the biggest snubs and surprises from the announcement and gives his early prediction for Best Picture.
Rob recaps the latest episodes from The Fosters, The Good Place, and The Good Doctor.
The Oscar Doctor reviews all of the latest winners and nominations that play into predicting the Best Picture winner at the Oscars. He still has Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri at his #1 spot, with Lady Bird, Get Out, and The Shape of Water all in the second tier of hopefuls. Find out how a Lady Bird or Get Out win will break a 14-year pattern when predicting Best Picture.