Best Tips/Review of 2016 Oscars Nominations For Movie Fans

Diana Joan

Feb 17, 2016 10:56 am / Posted by Diana Joan

Awards season is in full swing and all of the buzz has been leading up to this: Oscar Nominations. We’ve seen the nominations from the Screen Actors Guild and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (even if it doesn’t quite predict the Oscars), along with other guilds. With the 88th Academy Awards fast approaching, we can first looked at the Top Ten films that won the most Oscars and broke ties based on number of nominations.

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Editor Notes: “My Friend asked me which Oscars Movie will won the 88th Academy Awards? Actually, I really hope the Brooklyn can win. To fulfill the needs of people who are searching for the best Oscar winning films, here we listed top 10 Oscar Nominations movies that deserve a deep look. ”

Top 10. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

I’m not a Star Wars fan. I freely admit it. I always leaned towards Star Trek over Star Wars. However, I did appreciate this movie which has reinvigorated the series. I love the new characters and we’ll see what happens with the next film.

Top 9. “Mad Max: Fury Road”

If you’re looking for a film that keeps you on the edge of your seat, this is it. I also appreciated the strong female characters in this high-octane ride. I just wish Tom Hardy wasn’t doing a Bane without his mask voice.

Top 8. “Avengers: Age of Ultron”

I love the Avengers, but I found this movie in the series a bit disappointing. It was still a must-watch film and helped to grow the characters and the world of the Avengers. Hoping the next “Captain America” is better.

Top 7. “Ant-Man”

Paul Rudd as an action star/superhero. I was doubtful. But he really pulled it off. “Ant-Man” wasn’t even a superhero I knew existed really until the casting news. But the story was intriguing and funny. I can’t wait for the next one.

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Top 6. “Twinsters”

The one documentary to make my list: Twin sisters are adopted, raised apart and then find each other. It’s entirely thanks to the Internet. How many other twins or siblings could be out there that were split up and have no idea? It’s just so surprising to me and I just felt so happy that they were able to connect.

Top 5. “Trainwreck”

This movie did have a lot of hype behind it and, in all honestly, didn’t live up to it for me. However, the movie put Amy Schumer on my radar when she wasn’t previously. The movie had adorable parts to it. And the supporting cast, specifically John Cena, Tilda Swinton and LeBron James, really stole the show for me.

Top 4. “Pitch Perfect 2”

The one movie I saw twice in the theaters this year. I love a cappella music. I can’t help it. I bought the soundtrack before it was out and knew all the songs prior to sitting down.

Top 3. “Inside Out”

To be frank, I didn’t find this movie that appealing when I saw the trailers – hard to believe with a Pixar film. However, once I did watch it, I fell in love. It’s such a touching story and it makes you wonder if you are housing a wonderland in your brain with tiny emotional creatures at the helm.

Top 2. “Jurassic World”

I grew up watching the “Jurassic Park” movies. They have a special place in my heart. This new film, still has the campy aspects of the movies I love, but wasn’t a complete retread. Plus, Chris Pratt was pretty fabulous. The whole running in heels thing, though, we could have done without.

Top 1. “The Martian”

As soon as the movie ended, I wanted to rewatch it. Matt Damon is funny, yet you feel for him. The plot, while seeming completely far-fetched, didn’t really feel as if it were. You wanted to root for all the characters to get through this. You wanted them to solve the problem.

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