Can We Guess What Your Favorite 2016 Best Picture Nominee Is?

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On Mar 29, 2017

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Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road

Your fave is Mad Max: Fury Road! You loved seeing a female lead in an action film and couldn't get enough of the amazing car chases and fast-paced editing style.

The Revenant

The Revenant

Your fave is The Revenant. You felt like you were right there with Leo as he fought everything both man and nature through at him. If he doesn't win the Oscar for this role, you'll lose your ever-loving mind and write the Academy a strongly worded letter.

Room

Room

Your fave was Room. Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay blew you away and made you laugh and cry the whole way through. The film was a breath of fresh air from other failed book-to-film adaptations.

The Martian

The Martian

Your fave is The Martian. Matt Damon's quirky sense of humor kept you going and had you cheering him on as he fought the Red Planet to survive. At the end of the film, you not-so-secretly wished this had been based on a true story.

Spotlight

Spotlight

Your fave was Spotlight. While hard to watch at times, you loved the realism and strong acting performances from each of the characters. And when the end credits listed all the locations that had reported abuse, you just sat there, numb.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

Your fave was Brooklyn. The sweet love story reminded you of the first time you fell in love, and you enjoyed watching a romance movie that wasn't cheesy.

The Big Short

The Big Short

Your fave was The Big Short. From the stellar cast, to the detailed script, you were hooked from start to finish. Plus, you couldn't believe someone finally managed to make economics interesting.

Bridge of Spies

Bridge of Spies

Your fave was Bridge of Spies. Tom Hanks's dedication to saving an accused Russian spy's life was both inspiring and eye-opening, especially because the film was based on true events. This thriller kept you on the edge of your seat and constantly wondering how the big trade-off would go down.