Episode: Who Is Crazy Enough To Make 2017 Oscar Predictions?

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Who Is Crazy Enough To Make 2017 Oscar Predictions?

The Oscars may be over, but the seeds of Oscar season are sown well before anybody actually starts campaigning— which is why we’re keeping Little Gold Men going through the “off-season” between now and Labor Day. To kick things off, we’re joined by Decider’s Joe Reid, who is one of those crazy people who has made his 2017 Oscar predictions, and who shares some of them with us. From there we talk about one of the most interesting movies of the spring so far, Jeff Nichols’s Mud, and make some truly insane predictions about what would win best picture if the Oscars were to happen tomorrow. 

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