158b – 80s Oscar Show – Part 2

Better late than never – the 2020 Academy Awards have come and gone but those 80’s decade Oscars will live on! This week Angryman and Gidgit Von Larue return with Part 2 of their 80’s Oscars – this time from the films of 1985 to 1989. The winners – the losers & our picks plus plenty of trivia.

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5 Responses to 158b – 80s Oscar Show – Part 2

  1. Belinda Waley says:

    Listened to part 1 and now 2.
    Loved both and although not agree with all your picks super entertaining fun double podcast. Thank you.
    Would love you both to do these more often please. Such variety.

  2. Kaley Spring says:

    NEW listener & loved your 2 part podcast of 80’s Oscars.
    I had forgotten so many and it was wonderful traveling back to that time.
    I’m now going back to listen to your other podcasts now.
    I had to say hello as I notice you give shout outs. I’m a glutton for a shout out.

  3. Tony Projchet says:

    1. Witness should have won best picture
    2. Billy Crystal has been the best host of the Oscars
    3. Emil Jannings was a Nazi supporter so never returned to America
    4. Jon Voight should have won for Runaway Train
    5. Matthew Brodrick was the star of Ladyhawke so would have been up for best actor but personally did not deserve the nomination for that performance. More for Ferris.
    6. Gidgit’s “she’s going to die soon award” had me laughing out loud in my car
    7. I have not seen Mask but will be watching it soon. I do like Cher as an actress
    8. You are my favorite podcast so I won’t keep going but I have so much to say! All good.
    9. Sorry for filling up the comment section. Loved part 1 & 2 of your 80’s Oscars.

  4. Noah Brando says:

    BRILLIANTY JUST BRILLIANT!
    Loved these 2 podcast from you both! Shake up from the shit 2020 Oscars!

  5. Shelly Downey says:

    i burst out laughing at you playing Billy Wilder Clip – I have Austrian heritage so I get him trying to talk English

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