In honor of the Oscars, Now Conspiring shares their favorite movies that have taken home the golden statue for Best Picture. Before we mention our top five picks, we find out where Adonis has been hiding and why Sam has beef with Bridget. We switched this week from playing Would You Rather to chatting quickly about some foreign films we have recently watched.
Question of the Week: What is your favorite Academy Awards Best Picture winner? Also, if you have any foreign film recommendations, let us know!
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This Week’s Cast: Maria Garcia, Adonis Gonzalez, Bridget Serdock, and Sam Noland
14:48 – Recently Seen: Foreign Films Edition
36:41 – Main Segment: Top 5 Best Pictures
1:26:45 – Commenting on your Comments [ feat. Bane, Batman, Dr Phil and Gilbert Godfried]
1:37:18 – Movie Releases [Logan, The Schack, Table 19]
6 thoughts on “The Top 5 ‘Best Picture’ Winners Of All Time – Now Conspiring”
When I say that I’m returning, I should actually try committing to it
Now that I think about it, i haven’t actually watched a lot of Best Picture winners, and a lot of them are on my watch list (that includes The Godfather, which pains me to say). If we aren’t counting La La Land, then I would have to say that my favorite Best Picture movie is Forrest Gump, which is one of my favorite movies in general.
You and Bridget would get along very well 🙂
I would answer the question of the week, but I’ve barley seen any even though I’ve wanted to for a while.
well i think that my fav is the lord of the rings and beautiful minds coz they are the only ones that i have seen.
but im the hero that gothum deserves but im the hero that gothum needs.
I would have to say that Sound of Music is my favorite. I haven’t seen many of the others, but I think that the cinematography in Sound of Music was great.