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How Many Oscar-Nominated Movies Have You Seen?

The 2012 Academy Award nominations have just been announced, and you can see them all here. Hugo snagged 11 nominations, which is no surprise—it's a marvelous movie in every way. But I'm bummed that The Adventures of Tintin didn't make it into the Best Animated Feature category—it has some amazing animation and a great story in my opinion.

How many of the Oscar-nominated movies have you seen so far? Do you intend to see more before Billy Crystal returns to host the 84th annual extravaganza on Sunday, February 26? Which are your favorites? Please let us know in the comments.

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How Many Oscar-Nominated Movies Have You Seen?
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JudgeSmails's picture

Great Movie

Scott Wilkinson's picture
I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I'm not a sports fan!
William Hintze's picture

More to come soon

Kris Deering's picture
This is one of those years where I haven't seen most of the Best Picture nominations, but a lot of them came out late in the year when we always seem to be the busiest. I haven't seen The Artist, The Descendants, War Horse, or Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, though I've heard that last one sucked. I did see the others though. Didn't care much for Midnight In Paris. I thought Hugo was great, but not a Best Picture winner. Great homage to early cinema, so I imagine that is why it was nominated. Heard the same is true for The Artist. Moneyball was great, but I don't think it is a Best Picture film. Tree of Life was beautifully crafted but a bit too out there to be my pick. The Help was good, but not great. I don't think there were any films this year that just made me feel like I was watching the one that should win Best Picture. I thought Warrior was great. I thought the last Harry Potter film deserved more credit than it got. Winnie The Pooh should have gotten a nom for Best Animated, along with Tin Tin and Arriety. I'll wait until I've seen a few more of the independents before I decide on my pick for 2011. I still haven't seen Shame, Martha Marcy May Marlene or Take Shelter. I've heard great things about them. And I've heard raves for War Horse and The Descendants.
Scott Wilkinson's picture
Great comments, Kris; thanks so much for posting them!
Jarod's picture

I really enjoyed Hugo 3D and Moneyball. I also enjoyed Tin Tin 3D as well Scott.

Scott Wilkinson's picture
We obviously have similar tastes!

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