The 50 Must-See Films To Watch Before Oscar Night

With the Golden Globe nominations having just been announced this month, the award season is just beginning to celebrate the best in movies, TV, music and more from the past year.

Each year, we receive the ultimate list of the 50 must-see films compiled by Marshall Weinbaum of Walt Disney Studios based on critics awards, industry buzz and his own personal opinion to give movie lovers a guide to some of this year’s best films.

With the 2014 Oscar nominations coming out on Thursday, January 16th, get a jump-start on the award season by checking out this year’s most talked about films.

1. 12 Years a Slave
2. American Hustle
3. Gravity
4. Captain Phillips
5. Nebraska
6. Inside Llewyn Davis
7. The Wolf of Wall Street
8. Her
9. Saving Mr. Banks
10. Dallas Buyers Club
11. Lee Daniel’s The Butler
12. Philomena
13. August: Osage County
14. Blue Jasmine
15. Rush
16. All is Lost
17. Fruitvale Station
18. Frozen
19. Enough Said
20. Before Midnight
21. The Great Gatsby
22. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
23. Short Term 12
24. Prisoners
25. The Wind Rises
26. Frances Ha
27. Labor Day
28. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
29. Lone Survivor
30. Blue is the Warmest Color
31. Iron Man 3
32. The Book Thief
33. Pacific Rim
34. Monsters University
35. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
36. Spring Breakers
37. Mud
38. The Croods
39. Oz: The Great and Powerful
40. Stories We Tell
41. The Invisible Woman
42. Despicable Me 2
43. Star Trek: Into Darkness
44. The Lone Ranger
45. Ernest & Celestine
46. The Past
47. 20 Feet from Stardom
48. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
49. Blackfish
50. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

Awards Show Schedule 2014:

People’s Choice Awards – Wednesday, January 8th (CBS)
Golden Globes – Sunday, January 12th (NBC)
Critics Choice (BFCA) Awards – Thursday, January 16th (The CW)
Screen Actors Guild Awards – Saturday, January 18th (TNT / TBS)
The Grammys – Sunday, January 26th (CBS)
BAFTA Awards – Sunday, February 16th (BBC America)
Independent Spirit Awards – Saturday, March 1st (IFC)
Academy Awards – Sunday, March 2nd (ABC)

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