There are nine movies up for Best Picture at the Academy Awards this year. Who has time to watch them all? No worries! Check below to watch clips from each movie so you can decide which you'll want to see before the Oscars this year.
Plus, tell us your favorite Oscar nominated movie (from 2018 or in the past) and you can win a $200 gift card to buy movie-themed swag, or whatever else you like, at BoxLunch.
$PullQuote$Note: Just like the movies, some of these clips include adult themes, profanity and violence.
Set in Italy in 1983, Call Me By Your Name is about the transcendence of first love, shown through a summerlong romance between a teen (Timothée Chalamet) and an older man (Armie Hammer).
Academy Award nominee Gary Oldman plays newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill as he deals with the pressure during pivotal weeks in World War II.
This World War II epic focuses on the experiences of 400,000 Allied soldiers in the Battle of Dunkirk as they try to escape when the German army has them surrounded.
On the surface, this film is about the a young African American male who visits his white girlfriend's family. But this horror film turns out to be much more as disturbing secrets are revealed.
This moving coming-of-age story focuses on the relationship between a strong-willed teenager and her anxious mother.
Set in London in the 1950s, Phantom Thread is about a middle-aged couturier who falls for a young waitress. It explores what people in relationships expect of each other, what they give and what they take.
This true-life story showcases the debate between Washington Post owner Kay Graham and executive editor Ben Bradlee, about whether to publish the secret, political Pentagon Papers. It takes place in 1971 but is still highly relevant today.
Guillermo del Toro's latest film involves a mute janitor who falls in love with a most-unlikely creature from the Amazon while working in a top-secret lab during the Cold War.
After the rape and murder of her teenage daughter, Mildred Hayes is so angry that the case has not been solved that she does puts up three billboards to shame the local police. While tensions escalate, this determined mother will not back down.
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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing County Missouri, This movie is touching in many ways. If you are a parent you will share her feelings. The movie is intense and keeps you very interested in what is going on. Mildred Hayes will not give up on trying to find out information about her daughter.She is a very strongwilled woman. I liked the movie a lot. It is very good.
Darkest Hour is my favorite
Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri sounds interesting.
I haven?t seen any of he movies from this year but i thought the post looked great!
Really liked "Get Out" - very original and thought-provoking. Thought "Shape of Water" was good, but overhyped. Want to watch "Three Billboards."
I think i enjoyed Lady Bird the best.
Of my entire life : As Good as it Gets and Penelope This year: Wonder Woman and Three Billboards
Get out is definitely the best, but Dunkirk looks amazing.
The shape of water from this list but Titanic is my all time favorite movie
The Shape of Water
Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri
My favorite move of all time is Shawshank Redemption.
EZ for me...this year Darkest Hour did it for me...Ilove all things history and this dialed it in for me...only thing better is that it won so many oscars this year incouding for Gary Oldman...sweet. Hoping this works ofr yout he way it works for me...good luck one and all...this is amazingly great! Thanks again.