11 Movies You Should Watch Before the Oscars


If you have planed a stay in night with your partner or friends and you don’t hava e certain idea on what to do, the best for you could be a nice movie.

We suggest you the most impressive movies of what is showing now on big screens. This 11 movies are a must before the Oscars ceremony of this year.

Have a look at the list below and have fun!

11. Nomadland

The movie talks about a woman in her sixties who, lives in a van as a modern day nomad after losing evereything in the Great Recession. She experiences a log journey the American West as she keeps being homeless.

10. Minari

A half Korean half American family decides to move to an Arkansas farm searching its own American dream. Among the challenges of this new life in the queer and bumpy Ozarks, the family discovers the indisputable resilience of family and what really makes a home.

9. Sound of Metal

Blackgammon was a band consisting of Louise “Lou” and Ruben, who traveled across the United States with their form of rock. This music genre was what began to decrease Ruben’s hearing.

When Ruben begins to lose his hearing, he goes to a pharmacy searching for a diagnosis. The pharmacist refers him to a doctor, who after performing a hearing test finds that Ruben can only make out 20–30 percent of words he hears and his hearing will decrease. The doctor suggests that he should eliminate all exposure to loud noises and later undergo further testing, but Ruben continues to perform.

8. Promising Young Woman

Nothing in Cassie’s life is what it is supposed to be — she’s evilly intelligent, alluringly cunning, and what she does is living a secret double life by night. Now, an unexpected experience is about to give her a chance to make the wrongs from the past right.

7. Judas and the Black Messiah

Offered a supplication deal by the FBI, William O’Neal infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party to gather intelligence on Chairman Fred Hampton.

6. Mank

The main plot written by Fincher’s late father Jack Fincher, just before his death in 2003—is based on the true story of screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz, or Mank, who is working on his masterpiece for Orson Welles, Citizen Kane in the year 1940. Welles, a hot-shot director, has planned for Mankiewicz to stay in a house on the edge of the Californian desert, provided him with cigarettes, alcohol, and a British typist named Rita. He expects a script in 60 days.

5. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.

On July 2, 1927, Ma Rainey is a well known blues singer who has just been contracted by white producers. A recording session for songs by Ma is planed by her manager Irvin to be realised at Paramount recording studios in Chicago. Seasoned Georgia Jazz Band members Toledo, Cutler, and Slow Drag arrive on time without Ma, frustrating her producer Mel Sturdyvant. They are soon connected by Levee Green, the band’s swaggering trumpeter who has shown Sturdyvant his original compositions in the hopes of breaking away from Ma and getting his own record deal. The rest of the band disapproves of this.

4. Da 5 Bloods

Four African American vets fight the forces of man and nature when they go back to Vietnam hunting the remains of their fallen squad leader and the gold fortune which helped them hide.

3. Tenet

A secret agent is given a single word as his weapon and sent to prevent the start of World War III. He must travel through time and bend the laws of nature in order to be victorious in his mission.

2. Greyhound

This movie is nominated in the best sound category, and you you’ll understand why when you watch it.

Ernest Krause is allocated to lead an Allied group across the Atlantic during World War II. His convoy is pursued by German U-boats. Although this is Krause’s first wartime mission, he finds himself entangled in what would come to be known in history as the longest, largest and most complex battle in history “The Battle of the Atlantic.”

1. One Night in Miami

On the night of Feb. 25, 1964, in Miami, Cassius Clay togather with Jim Brown, Sam Cooke and Malcom X, discuss about the responsibility of being a successful black men during the civil rights movement.