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Discussing Best Actress & Best Supporting Actress Oscar wins, the nominees, and a final reveal of who should have walked away with Hollywood’s highest honour. Hosted by award winning comedian Kyle Brownrigg and guest every two weeks.
“…this guy. The host. Who can’t ram his MEllennial viewpoints home hard enough. As an example - 1986 Best Actress award must go to the deaf (sorry, sorry, audio impaired!) actress who played a deaf character in a film about being deaf. I mean, acting is about playing yourself right?
Terrific idea...”Read full review »
Steetwise via Apple Podcasts ·
Great Britain ·
“I love love love your show I was doing a search and looking for movie review podcast because I consider myself a cinephile LOL but you guys are so funny any guest you have are HilariousI think I listened to three hours in one day I finally had to say stop like when you did your review of Kate...”Read full review »
Rogermaria25 via Apple Podcasts ·
United States of America ·
“This is not an academic review(watch be kind rewind for that). Kyle just likes movies and has some funny opinions about them , the guests are really interesting as well and the way they interact makes the podcast feel very fluid. Honestly this has been great during lockdown and has made revisit...”Read full review »
MiguelGoncalvesR via Apple Podcasts ·
The year is 1991 and the nominees are:
1. Kathy Bates - Misery
2. Anjelica Huston - The Grifters
3. Meryl Streep - Postcards from the Edge
4. Julia Roberts - Pretty Woman
5. Joanne Woodward - Mr. & Mrs. Bridge
In 1991 Kathy Bathes won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her iconic...
The year is 1941 and the nominees are:
1. Ginger Rogers - Kitty Foyle
2. Bette Davis - The Letter
3. Katharine Hepburn - The Philadelphia Story
4. Martha Scott - Our Town
5. Joan Fontaine - Rebecca
In 1941 Ginger Rogers won her first and only Oscar for Kitty Foyle. Up to that point in her...
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