Last night, all Oscar-nominations were presented and we’re looking forward to watch the actual show! As the 90th Academy Awards are only taking place on March 4th, this leaves us plenty of time to discover all the nominees for the Best Picture. Though we can’t guarantee you an easy choice for which movie you’re going to watch first!
This drama/history/biography movie, directed by the amazing Steven Spielberg, tells the story about a cover-up that spanned 4 U.S. presidents and highlights the importance of independent and in-depth journalism. At the same time, the story of the first female newspaper publisher gets told!
Christine is an artistical girl living in California in the early 2000’s and who’s coming of age. The turbulent relationship with her mother makes this movie a really fun drama/comedy!
Fancy a good horror-night? In Get Out, a young African-American guy gets to meet his white girlfriend’s parents for the first time. They go for a weekend in the woods, where a lot of interesting things are about to happen…
Dunkirk is a stunning movie about Operation Dynamo, an action in the Second World War which had the purpose to evacuate soldiers from Belgium, Great-Brittain, Canada and France who were stuck on the beach in Dunkirk. This movie got 8 Oscar-nominations, which makes Dunkirk a must-see!
Another movie about the Second World War, but certainly a good one! In Darkest Hour, we get to know a lot more about Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who had to decide whether to negotiate with Hitler, or to fight against incredible odds.
The Shape of Water
A lonely concierge who’s not able to speak, gets to work in a top secret research facility. There she discovers a mysterious amphibious creature that’s being held in captivity. In need of a good fantasy movie? The Shap of Water got 13 (!) nominations!
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
The big winner at the Golden Globes also got 9 Oscar-nominations! In the movie, a mother desperately wants to solve her daughter’s murder, as she’s convinced the local authorities failed to catch the culprit.
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This drama takes place in 1950’s London, where Reynolds Woodcock is a dressmaker for the royal family and many noblemen. His life is about to be disturbed when he gets to know the young and beautiful Alma.
Call Me By Your Name
Last but not least, Call Me By Your Name focuses on the seventeen-year-old Elio who begins a relationship with the American research assistant of his father, Oliver, in the Italian 1980’s. A lot of drama and romance is involved!