The 83rd Academy Awards
are just under two weeks away, and the race for Best Picture has narrowed to two movies: 'The King's Speech' and 'The Social Network.'

Once again, voters are caught in a classic old-school-vs.-new-school debate, one that won't be determined until the envelope is opened on Sunday, Feb. 27.

While we wait, the Moviefone team has decided to take the race into our own hands to determine not only which movie will win, but which movie should win. Will 'The King's Speech' be the movie everyone remembers in 30 years? Or is 'The Social Network' the best movie of 2010 after all?

Watch our podcast after the jump, then join in on the debate in the comments.
Oscars Movie Club: 'The King's Speech' vs. 'The Social Network'
The King's Speech
R 2010
Based on 41 critics

An Australian actor tries to help Britain's King George VI overcome a speech impediment. Read More

The Social Network
PG-13 2010
Based on 42 critics

Legal and personal complications follow the founding of popular website Facebook. Read More

categories Video, Oscars, Awards