The 2016 Oscars are the only movie nominations that make the cut, but some of the best movies of the year are not on the ballot.
Here are some of our picks for the best film of the season: 1.
Inside Out, Pixar and DisneyThe story of a little girl who has cerebral palsy, Inside Out is a movie that explores what it means to have a disability.
Pixar, the studio behind the film, is the world’s largest animation company and the biggest studio in the world.
Its main characters are adorable, intelligent and often humorous, and it is also a pioneer in using technology to make its characters more realistic.
Disney, the company behind the Disney film, has a history of making movies that highlight and uplift people with disabilities.
Its latest animated feature, Beauty and the Beast, features the characters Belle, Donald and Pocahontas.
The Disney film won two Oscars: best animated short film in 2017 and best animated feature film in 2019.
The Lego Movie, Warner Bros., Universal and ParamountThe Lego Movie is the second film in the Lego Movie series, after the first film in 2015.
Lego fans will be thrilled to know that this is the first movie to be made entirely from digital technology.
Lego and Pixar, which also created the films, are the two companies that will be releasing the film.
This is the third Lego movie, after 2014’s Lego Batman Movie and 2017’s Lego Movie 2.
Wonder Woman, Warner Brothers and DisneyAn all-female superhero team of Wonder Woman and Aquaman was announced earlier this year, and a Wonder Woman reboot has been in the works since 2017.
The film, which is set in 2020, is directed by Patty Jenkins.
Wonder Women has been criticized for focusing on a female protagonist who’s more than just a shield, but it was the studio that got it right, bringing a strong female lead to the superhero genre.
The Martian, Paramount and Warner Bros.
The sequel to Ridley Scott’s Alien is scheduled for release in 2019, and this film is a follow-up to the first.
The movie is directed and written by Ridley Scott, and stars Katherine Waterston and John Hurt.
It also stars Matt Damon and Rosamund Pike.
The sequel is set for release on October 5, 2020, with a release date of November 17, 2020.
The LEGO Movie, Disney and Warner BrothersThe sequel of the popular Lego Movie franchise to 2019’s The LEGO Batman Movie, The LEGO Movies is set to release in 2020.
The films follow the adventures of a young boy named Luke Cage and his brother, Luke Cage, who discover they are both destined to be heroes.
The first film was released in 2010, and the second movie was released the following year.
The second movie also starred Jessica Chastain, which made the film one of the most popular movies of 2016.
Wonder Boy, Warner and ParamountThis movie is based on the popular DC Comics character Wonder Woman.
Wonder Girl is voiced by Amy Adams, who also voices Wonder Woman in the film and also appears in other films.
The Wonder Girl franchise is one of Warner Bros.’ most successful films, earning the franchise four Oscars: Best Animated Feature in 2016, Best Animated Film in 2016 and Best Animated Series in 2018.
Black Panther, Marvel and SonyMarvel’s Black Panther is a superhero film that focuses on a black superhero who has to fight the forces of good and evil.
The story centers on a man named Nick Fury who recruits Black Panther and the Avengers in order to defeat the villainous Black Panther.
The plot of the film follows the rise of the Black Panther in the present day.
The Black Panther films also received two Oscars in 2017: Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay.
The Dark Knight Rises, Warner Pictures and SonyFox’s The Dark Knights Rises is the last Batman movie, and its success led to the studio releasing three more Batman movies: The Dark Joker, The Joker Returns and The Dark Horse.
The Batman films have also earned multiple Oscars: Most Wanted in 2015, Best Picture in 2016 as well as Best Director in 2017.
The Lion King, Disney, and Walt Disney StudiosWalt Disney’s live-action adaptation of the classic Disney film The Lion House is the next film to be released.
The live-animated film stars Anastasia Tereshkova, and features songs by Dolly Parton, Tilda Swinton and Tilda Wilson.
The Walt Disney Company is a subsidiary of Disney.
Frozen, Frozen and DisneyThis is the fourth Frozen movie, which took place in 2021.
It is set between the events of The Little Mermaid and Frozen, and follows the adventures and struggles of the Snow Queen and her sisters.
The Snow Queen has a crush on Ariel, the princess of the sea, and has the power to change the tides of the world, thus creating a battle between good and the evil Frozen.
The last film was Frozen: Aftermath