Oscars: When "Best Picture" Isn't the Year's Best Movie

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Atlantic Culture Channel columnist Alyssa Rosenberg and Atlantic.com contributor Latoya Peterson do Bloggingheads to discuss the topic of the weekend: The Oscars. They stay away from making predictions (for those, click here) and instead focus on broader issues like whether the Academy recognizes films with realistic takes on race and the history of science-fiction films at the Oscars. In this clip, they talk about whether the Best Picture award really goes to the best movie of the year— click here to watch the entire video.

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Eleanor Barkhorn is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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