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Oscar Fever Hits Home!

By Pamela TanMovies - 15 February 2011 10:00 AM | Updated 22 February 2011

Oscar Fever Hits Home!

Awards season is upon us and just at this very moment, all of the films which have been garnering nominations and winning awards, have finally hit our shores. From a thriller set against the glamorous world of ballet, to a triumphant true story of survival, to a film about the love and loss. There’s something for everyone.

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Black Swan
We can’t wait to see Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in their breakout role as they transform into bona fide ballerinas. Get ready for this dark, twisted psychological thriller set in the world of New York City ballet where Nina (Natalie Portman) finds herself in competition with her understudy in the company, Lily (Mila Kunis). The rivalry takes over Nina’s life, as she gets in touch with her dark side and threatens to destroy her. If there’s one movie you have to watch this Oscar season, this is the one. With five nominations, including Best Actress, Best Picture and Best Director, there’s no reason to sit this one out.

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127 Hours
We have to be absolutely honest that we are looking forward to this Best Picture nominee, simply for the gore factor. And yes, we want to watch Best Actor nominee James Franco saw off his own arm. With reports of people passing out after watching the scene, we can’t wait to put ourselves to the test. Oh, and have we mentioned that this is an inspirational true story about survival based on a mountain-climber who gets trapped under a boulder while climbing alone in Utah.

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Rabbit Hole
Best Actress nominee Nicole Kidman puts in her performance of a lifetime after weaning off those botox treatments. Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star in this heart-wrenching film about the aftermath of the loss of their child. They are having problems coping with their pain yet trying to find their way back to life before it all happened. A gripping film about two people wrestling their way to find each other again. Look out for the brilliant Sandra Oh and Dianne Wiest.

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Biutiful
Best Actor nominee Javier Bardem is exactly everything the title says - beautiful. In this Spanish film directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (Babel), Bardem plays a man who struggles to find his place in the underworld of modern Barcelona. He sacrifices everything for his children as he tries to find the right balance between fatherhood, crime and spirituality. Besides ogling at Bardem, this film is set to tug at your heart strings.

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The Kids Are All Right
This film represents everything about a modern family. A lesbian couple, played by the stellar Julianne Moore and Best Actress nominee, Annette Bening, find themselves facing their two grown-up teens who are on a quest to find biological father. Having found their “bio-dad”, the charming Best Supporting Actor nominee, Mark Ruffalo, they find their family ties being redefined   yet again. This simple yet poignant film is a delight and definitely worthy of the Best Picture nod.

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