We've found our favourites you can watch tonight!
It’s awards season, and with finale being the Academy Awards tonight it’s got us thinking about some previous Oscar winners.
We’ve done the hard work for you and trawled through Netflix to find our favourite Oscar nominated films you can watch tonight.
This one is hard to watch at times, as it is a gripping tale of one man’s fight for survival and revenge.
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio The Revenant was nominated for 12 Oscars and one three; Best Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio, Best Director for Alejandro González Iñárritu as well as Best Cinematography.
This coming of age movie starring Saoirse Ronan is a triumph. It’s funny, charming and totally relatable as it charts first-love, self discovery and the relationship between mother and daughter.
It was nominated for five Oscars including Best Actress for Saoirse Ronan and Best Director for Greta Gerwig.
The Social Network
If you haven’t seen this yet we’d highly recommend it. A biopic that follows Mark Zuckerberg from the creation of Facebook to it’s meteoric rise, including all of the fall-outs and back-stabbing in the way.
This was nominated for five Oscars and won three including, Best Adapted Screenplay.
This one got us right in the feels. Following the break-up of their marriage it follows Nicole (Scarlett Johannson) and Charlie (Adam Driver) as they navigate life going forward.
This is nominated for six Oscars tonight including Best Actress and Actor for Johannson and Driver respectively.
La La Land
Despite coming out in 2016 this is still high o our list of favourite films.
Starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone as a jazz pianist and an actress chasing their dreams in La, who fall in love on the way. What’s not to love?
This came away with a whopping six Oscar wins including Best Actress for Emma Stone.
Call Me By Your Name
This film blew us away the first time we watched it, it made us laugh, cry and fall in love with the to characters. It follows the summer romance that blossoms between Elio (Chalamet) and Oliver (Armie Hammer).
This one Best Adapted Screenplay with Timothée Chalamet also being nominated for Best Actor.
The Great Gatsby
This adaptation of F. Scott Fitgerald’s classic novel was a glittering hit back in 2013 and is still just as popular.
As well as great writing and costumes it had a stellar cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan.
The film went on to win Best Production Design and Best Costume at the Oscars.
Lost in Translation
We have seen this a thousand times and it never gets old. Bill Murray is hilarious as an actor with a declining career who meets Scarlett Johansson as a young woman totally lost in life whilst in Tokyo.
It’s a cult classic for a reason. Plus it looks gorgeous to boot.
This won Sofia Coppola the Oscar for Best Director.
Shakespeare in Love
Before Gwyenth Paltrow was queen of the Goop universe she was better known for her acting career. She stars alongside Joseph Fiennes in this rom-com about a Shakespeare with writers block.
This film had a staggering thirteen nominations in 1998, winning seven with Gwyneth taking home Best Actress on the night.