VIP GIFT INCLUDED $20 SHUTTERFLY CREDIT*

with any ticket purchase.

Don't forget to join during checkout - it's free!

LIMITED TIME. SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. TERMS APPLY.

VIP GIFT INCLUDED
$20 SHUTTERFLY CREDIT*

Not a member? Join now or during checkout - it's free!

Offer is valid from 9:00 AM PT February 1, 2016 through 9:00 a.m. PT on February 16, 2016, while supplies last. Purchase must be made with a Fandango VIP account. Fandango VIP is free to join. Offer valid in the US only to residents 18 years of age or older. Each Fandango VIP ticket purchaser will receive a post-purchase email good for one (1) code redeemable for one (1) Shutterfly code for $20 off one (1) qualifying merchandise order of $20 or more (after any other applicable discounts and before taxes, shipping and handling) through shutterfly.com. Offer cannot be redeemed more than once per account and/or billing address. This particular offer code can only be redeemed once. Taxes, shipping and handling will apply. Not valid on prepaid plans, gift certificates, videograms, cards sent using mailing services, prior purchases, orders placed for in-store pick up, purchases made on the Shutterfly iPhone, iPad and Android apps or Shutterfly Pro Galleries. Valid for the intended recipient only. Cannot be redeemed for cash or combined with other offers or credits. Not valid for resale. Shutterfly code expires March 31, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. PT. This is a promotional code and is not to be shared and will not be replaced if lost or stolen. Requires shutterfly.com account. Terms and Privacy Policy apply, see http://www.shutterfly.com/epromo. Additional terms may apply. Void where prohibited.

Frontrunners News

Oscar Poll: Which Film Do You Want to See Win Best Picture?

The nominations are out, and we finally have the list of ten films competing for Best Picture of the year. Sure, you have your obvious frontrunners in The Social Network, The King’s Speech and Black Swan, but there are seven other great films right alongside those three hoping that maybe this will be their year.

Oscar Nominations

Heck, Toy Story 3 was the best reviewed film of the year, as well as the highest grossing, so maybe it will swoop in and pull off an upset. Or how about The Fighter, which may sweep the supporting categories with wins for both Christian Bale and Melissa Leo (both of whom swept these categories at the Golden Globes). Then you have your second tier Best Picture contenders like 127 Hours, The Kids are All Right, True Grit and Winter’sBone that are more than capable of taking home the big trophy.
 
But this time around, it’s not about which film should win or could win – what we want to know is which film you want to win. Which film out of these ten do you feel is the best picture of the year?
 
Sound off below and let us know!
 

Like it? Share it:

Next Article by Lizerne Guiting

Academy Announcements: 'King's Speech' Rules

Academy Announcements: 'King's Speech' Rules

Send Me FanText

Thanks for signing up!

By entering your mobile number and clicking "Sign me up!" you consent to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and authorize Fandango and its service providers to deliver FanTexts and other promotional texts to your mobile phone using automated technology. Text marketing authorization is not required for any purchase from Fandango. Message and data rates may apply. We will not send more than 5 msgs/month. YOU CAN UNSUBSCRIBE AT ANY TIME BY TEXTING "STOP" TO "FNDGO" (36346).

×