From Get Out to Lady Bird, Enjoy the 2018 Oscars Best Picture Nominees

It’s all eyes on this year’s Oscars best picture nominees! From heroic war tales to personal coming of age stories, the competition for the coveted honor is heated. So grab some popcorn and a few friends and binge watch the 2018 nominees before the live broadcast, March 4th at 8/7c on ABC.

Call Me by Your Name
Rated R – 96% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Based on the novel by Andre Aciman, Call Me By Your Name tells the sensitive story of first love. Journey with 17-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet) as he builds a romantic relationship with his father’s assistant (Armie Hammer).

Darkest Hour
Rated PG-13 – 86% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Faced with the imminent threat of a Nazi invasion during World War II, Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman) must withstand his darkest hour to defend a nation. Follow the steps he took that changed the course of history.

Dunkirk
Rated PG-13 – 92% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Trapped on a beach in Dunkirk and surrounded by enemy forces, troops must find a way to methodically evacuate. Set during one of the fiercest battles in World War II, follow this harrowing journey.

Get Out
Rated R – 99% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Chris and Rose have finally reached the meet-the-parents stage of their relationship and head to Rose’s family home for a weekend getaway. What at first felt like over accommodating behavior from dealing with their daughter’s interracial relationship, now seems disturbing and scary to Chris. What truth lies beneath?

Lady Bird
Rated R – 99% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Set during her senior of high school, Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) must deal with a rocky relationship with her strong-willed mother (Laurie Metcalf) while trying to navigate life as an out-spoken teen.

The Shape of Water
Rated R – 92% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Set during the Cold War era in Baltimore, a lonely cleaning lady (Sally Hawkins) becomes enamored with the creature found in the high-security government laboratory she works in.

Phantom Thread
Rated R – 91% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) is a renowned British fashion designer constantly inspired by the many women in his life. His world is disrupted when he meets a young, strong-willed woman that soon becomes his muse and lover.

The Post
Rated PG-13 – 89% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Spurred by the race to beat the New York Times, the Washington Post’s first female publisher (Meryl Streep) and her editor (Tom Hanks) overcome their differences to work together to expose the truth behind a huge government cover-up.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Rated R – 93% Rotten Tomatoes Score

After months without an arrest in her daughter’s murder, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) takes matters into her own hands painting controversial messages on billboards directed at the town’s beloved chief of police (Woody Harrelson). A battle ensues between the mother and the local law enforcement.

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