Why we can’t afford to miss the 2016 Oscars

I can hear you now: The Oscars are in the rearview mirror.

And if you can’t make it, well, you better have some new ideas about how to make it happen.

This year, we’re going to be missing out on some of the best movies, TV shows and documentaries of 2016.

And it might not be the best.

The problem is that many of the big titles we loved last year (and in fact, most of the great movies of 2016) were missing from this year’s slate.

But it’s not like they’re just waiting to be reissued.

Instead, they’re coming out at the same time.

The same people are coming back.

It’s a win-win situation.

We’re not losing a ton of great movies and TV shows, but we’re getting some great films from the same people we love.

This means that we’ll get a lot of great shows and movies from our favorite filmmakers, who will be bringing some of their best to the Oscars this year.

But the big winners will be the ones we’re really excited to see.

We have to give a special shout-out to the best and brightest, who are coming out with a bunch of their own stuff.

Here are the five best of 2016: The Daughters of the American Revolution The Dukes of Hazzard This is a film that I think everyone in the film industry can get behind.

It follows a group of young people who are going through an internal battle over their sexuality and gender identity, with the result of one of them getting a boyfriend.

The Dances With Wolves (The Daughters) The Dutespires is a documentary that follows the rise and fall of a group who fight against slavery, the KKK, racism and discrimination in the name of American values.

They were the first group of African Americans to be freed and then the first to join the U.S. Army.

The War on Terror This is an incredibly fascinating film that explores the politics of war.

Its premise is that the war on terror has changed our nation forever, and it’s an essential watch for anyone who wants to understand how this country came to be the place it is today.

The Last Kingdom (The Last Kingdom) It’s the perfect time for an Oscar contender: The Last Kingdoms story is set in medieval England and follows the lives of a couple who get married and raise their children in a new world.

They have a daughter named Alyssa (a brilliant, gorgeous, fun character), but her parents, the Marquess of Tintagel (a terrific character) and his wife are dying of a heart attack.

They must decide who to name her and take a final, desperate step to keep their family together.

They’re not the only ones who have to make a tough choice: Alyssah and her sister, Princess Anja (who plays her mother), are also at risk of losing their lives.

But their choices matter because the only way to protect their family is to leave them in the care of the Marquis.

It is a heartbreaking tale of a family struggling to survive in the midst of a civil war, and we know that there will be tears in the audience if the movie fails to win Best Picture.

It also has a pretty good score, which makes it even more powerful.

The BFG (The BFG) The BGs film, which follows a man and his teenage daughter who escape from a brothel in London, is a story of love, hope and betrayal.

But this is a movie about a movie and it deserves a little bit of recognition.

It won Best Picture at this year’t only for its beautiful, heartbreaking and heart-breaking storyline, but also because it is a true, beautifully made love story.

The Dark Knight Rises (The Dark Knight) There’s nothing like a great Batman movie to make you want to check out the sequel.

The story is about the Dark Knight (Christian Bale) and the Joker (Vincent D’Onofrio) coming together to solve the biggest crime of them all: a crime committed by an orphan named Bane (Michael Caine) that involves the murder of a young boy named Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck).

The film opens with Batman and Joker trying to get to the bottom of the mystery of who killed Bruce.

Then Batman realizes that the Joker is a real person and Batman is trying to save the life of his daughter, Selina Kyle (Emma Watson).

The whole thing is a heart-wrenching, emotional roller coaster ride.

It has everything a Batman movie needs: a strong, funny script and a strong performance from Ben Affleck.

But The Dark Age of Camelot (The Book of Camelots) The Book of Cartoons is the perfect movie to see for those who are new to the world of animated films.

This is the story of a small, powerful, beautiful town called Cartagena, where Cartagen