The 88th Academy Awards (The Oscars) will be live this Sunday on ABC!
Now if you’re anything like us, you’ll want to get caught up on every one of the big name movies nominated for an award before the big night. You can use the built-in Media Guides in your version of Replay Media Catcher to find and record all of your favorite films from the Best Picture category!
Watch all of the trailers below, and be sure to download Replay Media Catcher to grab the full-length flicks for yourself.
The Big Short
Based on the 2010 novel, The Big Short stars Christian Bale, Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling in a comedy-drama about the 2008 housing market and financial crisis.
Bridge of Spies
Steven Spielberg directs this historical drama-thriller, starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance and Amy Ryan. Bridge of Spies is sure to be a classic Cold War espionage movie.
Brooklyn is a beautiful historical drama for the modern day person. Based in New York in the 1950’s, Saoirse Ronan plays an Irish immigrant who falls in love with an Italian plumber, but faces temptation while visiting home.
A collapse of a civilization leads to full-on war (and lots of speedy chases) among survivors. Starring Tom Hardy and directed by George Miller, Mad Max is as adrenaline-pumping as it is visually stunning.
Matt Damon stars as an astronaut who gets left behind on Mars. Can they bring him back home while he fights to survive on a new planet? Based on the book by Andy Weir, The Martian is science fiction for the realist.
After sustaining brutal injuries from a bear attack while exploring the wilderness and being left behind, a frontiersman fights for his life. Leonardo DiCaprio stars in The Revenant, inspired by true (scary) events.
A newly released captive and her 5 year old son learn how to navigate the real world together. Brie Larson stars in this dramatic, heart-wrenching film based on the novel, Room, by Emma Donoghue.
Based on a true story and starring Michael Keaton, Spotlight follows the story of The Boston Globe sending reporters to investigate a cover-up of sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic Church.
Which of these nominated movies for Best Picture do you think will win? Be sure to cast in your vote in the comments below.