A few weeks ago, we posted about the best-loved films from the year 2018.
We thought it was time to start thinking about movies from the last few years.
The shortlist was the result of a quick search on Amazon, as well as the list of movies we’d been hoping to see come out in 2018.
It’s been fun to look back and see what’s been nominated.
Here’s our list.
Here’s the complete list of nominees.
(All pictures are from Amazon Prime Instant Video.)
The shortlist The best films of 2018 The shortlisted films are: The Big Sick, The Martian, The Fault in Our Stars, The Secret Life of Pets, The Witch, The Hateful Eight, The Mummy, The Jungle Book, The Wolf of Wall Street, Wonder Woman, The Last Witch Hunter, The Woman in Black, and Wonder Woman 2.
Director/screenwriter John Ridley, who wrote The Martian and has written a number of Ridley Scott-directed movies, won the Best Director Oscar for his debut feature, The Big Silly.
Writer/director Ryan Coogler is nominated for his first feature, Coogling, and his second film, The Boss Baby.
Actors Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara, along with director and screenwriter Christopher Nolan, won a Best Actor Oscar for their portrayal of the lead roles in The Wolf Of Wall Street and The Martian.
The Oscar-winning screenplay by Christopher Nolan is also nominated for Best Picture.
The Big Picture is nominated as Best Picture, but is only up for Best Director.
Starring Matthew McConaughey, Kristen Stewart, and Rooney Coker, The Devil Wears Prada was a surprise hit.
The film made $6.3 million at the box office, making it the third highest grossing movie of all time.
For the first time in 20 years, Disney and Pixar won Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards.
We were also impressed with The Muppets Most Wanted, the first animated feature that Disney and Fox had made together.
Best Animated Short Film: Beauty and the Beast, The Snow Queen, Walt Disney Animation Studios.
The Snowqueen was a massive success, earning a record $1.2 billion at the global box office.
There were three shortlisted Disney movies: Beauty And The Beast, Pocahontas and Zootopia.
The Disney/Pixar animated film earned $3.6 million at home and abroad, but made $4.3 billion worldwide.
If there’s one Disney movie that we’ve seen come out of the company’s Pixar animation studio that we can’t wait to see again in 2018, it’s Zootropolis.
Disney and Pixar were the first studios to have three female directors: Amy Pascal, Pete Docter, and Jessie Andrews.
The movie grossed more than $150 million domestically and more than double that at the international box office for Disney and its Pixar studio.
After Disney, Pixar won the Oscar for Best Animated Short, for their short, Wreck-It Ralph, which was nominated for best animated short.
Bold, stylish and energetic, The Great Wall is a film that could easily become one of the most successful films of the year.
It’s the story of a group of Chinese citizens who are forced to live under the watchful eye of an American warrior and a giant panda named Moana, who is the guardian of the Great Wall.
It is a tale of hope and courage.
It was also nominated in the Best Animated Film category for Best Original Song for its catchy, catchy theme song.
The animated short feature Frozen also made its Oscar debut with a nomination for Best Musical Score, which earned a nomination from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Frozen’s story is also an inspiration to many young people in China and throughout the world, and its success has inspired a wave of animated films to be made and a resurgence of animated stories around the world.
Rounding out the shortlisted movies, we had three films nominated for two Academy Awards: The Secret World of Arrietty, and The Great Gatsby, for the best musical score.
In the same category, The Lion King earned Best Original Soundtrack and Best Animated Musical Score for its score.
In the Best Documentary category, the short The Life and Times of Donald Trump was nominated by the Academy for Best Documentaries.
The Academy of Country Music is proud to present the 2018 Academy Awards Short List.
The list of the 2018 Oscar nominees is as follows: Best Animated Picture: The LEGO Movie, The LEGO Batman Movie, Toy Story 3, Finding Dory, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Lego Batman Movie 2, Finding Nemo, Finding Chris, Finding Zoe, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Finding Paul, The Revenant, The Danish Girl, A Million Little Pieces, and Finding Vivian Maier