Binge these memorable Oscar-winning films

Take a stroll down memory lane this weekend before Hollywood’s biggest night.
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We're back with a special "Binge this" because we are counting down to the oscars with some of the biggest movies and moments throughout the decades. We'll start with that history making moment, you guys remember "Monster's ball"? Well, that film made history in 200 when Halle berry won for best actress becoming the first plaque actress to win in that category. Berry starred alongside Billy Bob Thornton and heath ledger saying when she accepted the award, this moment is so much bigger than me and she was definitely right about that. Cecilia, I know you have a moment that is memorable and historic for a whole different reason. Makes me cringe. Who could forget the big moment, take a look. Come on. "La la land." I'm sorry, no, there's a mistake. "Moonlight," you guys won best picture. Oh, man. Oh, yeah, ow. You guys remember we're all cringing here, 2017, "Moonlight" won the best film category but the presenters Warren beatty accidentally said "La la land." Two incredible and different movies definitely worth a rewatch. I love the way that producer stepped up, though. It was so great. You know what, George, that reminds me of me and you, two incredibly different but two great things. Not cringe worthy. Me and my brother George there. There are so many incredible movies that made their mark at the oscars, actually too hard to choose but, George, you have some help with that? We decided to turn to Chris Ryan host of "Rewatchables." And he has three of his picks for every movie buff. Have a listen. First off we're going back to the golden age of Hollywood with the 1950 best picture winner "All above eve." One of the witiest movies ever written. This has a connection to this year's oscars, it was written and directed by Joseph L Mankiewicz who plays a part in David Fincher's best nominated "Mank." One of the best thrillers of all time, 1991 best picture winner "Silence of the lambs" featuring two iconic performances from Anthony Hopkins and Jodie foster. Finally, we have an animated classic. 2008's hilarious animated film winner "Wall-e." You can listen to "The rewatchables" podcast on Spotify. Fava beans and chianti. That's all I can think about, "Silence of the lambs." Finally there is no way that we could talk about oscars history without talking about the record-breaking Meryl Streep. The most nominated actor in oscars history, Cecilia and George, how many do you think she has. I read it teleprompter before I started this. George. I think I knew it but I read the teleprompter too. Both cheated, everybody. It is 21. 21 which is absolutely amazing. She was most recently nominated for "The post" in 2018. She starred opposite Tom Hanks in that movie and, you know, it was also great to watch her and check her out as she was chic and a little chilly in "The devil wears Prada" where she was nominated for best actress and that, everybody, is our Friday edition of "Binge this." Make sure you check out the oscars on Sunday and now we are

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