Roger Ebert's Guide to Watching the 2012 Oscar Films, Sponsored by Movies on Demand on Cable

by Gowatchit

Roger Ebert, the best-known and most widely read film critic in the world, reviews hundreds of new movies each year -- including all the major Oscar nominees, and many you may not have heard of until they were nominated. For the 85th Academy Awards season, GoWatchIt and RogerEbert.com have assembled this guide to finding the Oscar movies to watch, wherever they may be screening -- to help you prepare for the February 24th ceremonies, or to catch up after all the envelopes have been opened. Watch this year’s contenders and past winners right at home with Movies on Demand on Cable. See More: <a href='http://www.rogerebert.com'>Website</a>, <a href='http://www.twitter.com/ebertchicago'>Twitter (@ebertchicago)</a>, <a href='http://www.facebook.com/rogerebert'>Facebook</a>, <a href='http://www.rentmoviesondemand.com/awards'>Watch this year’s contenders and past winners right at home.</a>

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Best Original Screenplay

Best Foreign Language Film

Best Feature-Length Documentary