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Top 10 Oscar Movies To Watch On Netflix This Week!

Oscar is one of the preeminent awards and the movies who have received the award are a must watch! Here’s a list of Oscar Movies trending on Netflix this week!

The Social Network


The Social Network is a masterpiece. It also happens to be one of the most rewatchable movies ever made. Rarely has a director and screenwriter pairing been so better matched, with David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin elevating each other’s best instincts and dampening each other’s worst

As Good As It Gets

Nicholson is a passionate novelist whose life revolves around his books but he breaks his shell to achieve the woman of his dreams. But that is not yet, he also does this for his gay neighbour.

Marriage Story


Fair warning: Marriage Story will wreck you. But it’s also not just one of the best films of 2019, it’s the best film Noah Baumbach has ever made. Nominated for six Oscars.

Dallas Buyers Club

Ron Woodroof is suffering from AIDS and he smuggles some pharmaceutical drugs which he shares with other members infected by the same disease.

The Danish Girl

Einar Wegener is one of the first men to undergo a sex change in history. This is truly an intriguing and fascinating moment for all of us, especially his wife!

Inglourious Basterds


Quentin Tarantino‘s unique WWII epic Inglourious Basterds was considered a surprisingly formidable contender in the 2010 Oscar race.

Ex Machina

This movie was truly deserving of all the laurels. The story is about a ravishing robot who is well-aware of herself and her surroundings more than the human men in her life expect her to be.


This story is unique in its way. The plot revolves around a man who falls for his AI Assistance, who is voiced by Scarlett Johansson.

Howards End

A romantic affair does not just affect the lovers but to a significant extent can be very impactful towards families. This story is a classic romance of two lovers from very different families who keep two extreme views about the world.


This story is about a man who sues a giant Philadelphia law firm who had fired him because he was diagnosed with AIDS.

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