The Academy Awards aka The 2019 Oscars are here so of course we gotta MOVIE FIGHT
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THREE FIGHTERS WILL ENTER, BEST ARGUMENT GETS THE POINT, FIRST TO FOUR WINS!!
CLARKE WOLFE vs KEN NAPZOK vs GREG ALBA
1. 00:05:00 What movie that wasn’t nominated for Best Picture should win Best Picture?
2. 00:25:50 What’s the best movie to ever win Best Picture?
3. 00:48:50 BLIND FIGHT (Question not told to fighters before show)
4-7. 01:09:45 SPEED ROUNDS
OSCARS 2019 MOVIE FIGHTS
Hosted by Hal Rudnick
Fact Checker: Dan Murrell
Social Media Ambassador: Danielle Radford
Produced by Billy A. Patterson
Writing/Research: Lon Harris
Production Engineer: Josh Tapia
Assistant Editor: Emin Bassavand
How would you have answered each round? Let us know in the comments below and thanks for watching! *I even put timecodes for the rounds you guys so extra share this video!!!*
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I had to look up what the hell a genre film is and as far as I am concerned it mostly doesn't exist There are obvious main genres that a movie is going for that mostly doesn't hit its mark. For example, Alien is meant to be a horror movie, but the sequel is clearly more of an action film. Mostly!
+Val DeNay As much as I LOVE Silence of the Lambs (second all time favorite movie, watch it at least twice a year), I have to go with my number one, No Country for Old Men (also watch at least twice a year).
1:11:15 Clarke, a literally psychopath has nothing to do with masculinity nor "toxic masculinity".
Men don't become psychopaths because they are men. But, people do become psychopaths because they are mentally unhealthy. Please stfu.
That was my nitpick of the fight. Otherwise, it was a decent fight, well fought and entertaining.
These three are probably my favorite fighters besides Dan! I love how passionate they are about their answers while also showing genuine respect for the answers of others. If only all internet interactions were like this.
Greg was amazing. Ken has some good points too. But Clarke, to me, really seemed to be pushing very subjective, as opposed to objective, reasoning. Maybe if there were fewer “ums” and “uhhs” and if she could finish a complete sentence before changing the sentence. Not trying to be vindictive, just trying to offer a critical opinion. It’s hard to convey constructive tones in a YouTube comment.
Greg got absolutely robbed in the first round. He literally broke down multiple times how his film was the best and better film than the other two films. I don’t know what fight Dan was listening to. I think he just doesn’t want to fight Greg again
I'm going to watch the godfather again because of greg's argument.(Greg is becoming a movie fight legend)
P.S Ken people dont always relate to every movie you can love a movie and also not relate to it but it leaves a mark on you
Greg's opening and closing on Blindspotting has further solidified himself as an incredibly well-spoken, intelligent, and knowledgeable fighter.
I hope we continue to see him often. He is fantastic at these fights and his demeanor and respect during each round is just great.
Blindspotting and Eighth Grade are leaps and bounds better than everything else nominated this year (maybe not leaps and bounds above Roma and The Favorite, but definitely as good or better). Blindspotting is the biggest snub of the year though, it's crazy that it isn't nominated for anything. I'm so happy that Greg picked it, hopefully people will find it in on digital and it will get the credit that it is due.
Love watching Greg fight. With all due respect, he comes off as a bit of a goof when he's on his channel but when he's here he's one of the smartest and fiercest fighters in the show!
But hats off to Clarke, she totally blew the roof!
And of course, Ken is always a delight!
I yelled at my computer when A quiet place beat Blindspotting.
To me it's not even close, and I feel like GREG EASILY argued how Blindspotting's overall merits is a collection of the merits of the other 2 films without any of the weaknesses.
For worst movie host, I would've gone with The Dude. Incomprehensible. Tons of unfortunate opportunities for awkward moments. I can envision him getting escorted off and then the Oscars would be without a host... again.
I don't think making everyone black is as cute as everyone else does, I mean Stan Lee probably wouldn't..complain all right I am just saying the Jewish community is very proud of him too and I hated it for Hamilton too but accepted it overall because its so good and see what the intent was. Its just such a lame meme with Idris Elba replacing everyone on Earth and even if perhaps other races have 'privilege' or whatnot, people don't want to have their heroes taken away from them just to benefit a less advantaged group and its getting annoying and insulting to all groups attacked by this humor.
Sorry had to say my piece, don't want to sound racist but also want to stand up for people too.
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