The Oscar Project
It's finally here, the end of the MCU's Infinity Saga that started 11 years ago with the first Iron Man film. Undoubtedly, Avengers: Endgame will be the one film that just about anyone going to the movies this weekend is planning on seeing. There are other films coming out this weekend that you may want to check out, especially if Endgame is sold out when you get to the theater.
I initially thought this was going to be a slim month for Oscar winners and nominees coming to Netflix, but I found an updated list today and it has a much larger crop than the previous information I found.
Among the new additions this month, the Best Picture winner from 2 years ago, Barry Jenkins's Moonlight, the now cyberpunk techno thriller classic The Matrix, and 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, nominated for an astounding 13 Oscars.
Check out the full list below and keep an eye here for direct links to the films on Netflix when they become available.
For anyone who has been keeping track of films in the past year, you know about the phenomenon that is Avengers: Infinity War and the anticipation that has come along with the pending release of the final film in this chapter of the MCU, Avengers: Endgame. While I'm not quite ready to give my nominee watch rundown of this film yet, I am taking this month to re-watch all 21 films in the MCU leading up to Endgame.
In conjunction with this mini-project, I will be writing reviews for the website for each film, culminating with a review of Endgame itself at the end of the month. The review for the first film (Iron Man) is already posted and I have provided a full list in the post below which I will update with links to each review as I post them.
If you have to catch up on any of the films, head to your local library and borrow them while you have a chance or check them out on the digital streaming service of your choice. I have included links below to watch the films on Netflix if they are currently available there as well as purchase links to Amazon for the physical copies. Note: the Amazon links are affiliate links which means using them will help support this site but won't cost you any more if you choose to buy.
I'm just a film buff who wants to watch great movies. Where else to find the best, than the list of those nominated by the Academy each year?