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The Oscars is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • Moulin Rouge!
    Moulin Rouge!

    Available until 30 Jun 2018

    Burlesque, prostitutes, drugs, dance and poetry... Welcome to Baz Luhrmann's dizzying depiction of 19th century Paris, as seen through the eyes of Ewan McGregor's Christian, an impoverished English poet who dares to fall for Satine (the Oscar-nominated Nicole Kidman), the city's most sought-after courtesan. Dynamic, romantic, audacious and tragic; take your seats for a musical whirlwind that'll bring the house down. Ooh-la-la!

  • The Spirit of St. Louis
    The Spirit of St. Louis

    Available until 31 Oct 2016

    James Stewart stars as legendary aviator Charles Lindbergh in Billy Wilder's dramatic account of his historic solo flight across the Atlantic in 1927. Splendidly acted and rich in detail, it's a must for fans of the Hollywood hero and all things aeronautical.

  • Forrest Gump
    Forrest Gump

    Available until 31 Jan 2018

    Robert Zemeckis' whimsical, sextuple Oscar-winning fable stars Tom Hanks as an idiot-savant who leads a charmed existence over four turbulent decades of US history. A fable for modern times, the offbeat tale captures both the imagination and the eye, thanks in no small part to a supporting cast that includes Gary Sinise as Forrest's grumpy Vietnam leader (and Reddit favourite), Lt. Dan and Robin Wright Penn as his troubled sweetheart. Light, dark, bitter and sweet... it's not unlike a box of chocolates.

  • Anna and the King
    Anna and the King

    Available until 30 Jun 2017

    The classic story behind the musical The King & I gets a sumptuous makeover with Jodie Foster as the English schoolmarm who tries to civilise the formidable King Mongkut of Siam (Chow Yun-Fat). Exquisite performances from Foster, Bai Ling (as the beautiful concubine Tuptim) and especially Chow Yun-Fat - previously known as Hong Kong's foremost action hero - ensure that this non-musical version is every bit as captivating as the all-singing, all-dancing affair. Look out for a young Tom 'Malfoy' Felton as Anna's son.

  • The New World
    The New World

    Available until 31 Dec 2017

    The classic tale of the native American princess Pocahontas gets a typically weighty retelling by legendary filmmaker Terrence Malick. Newcomer Q'Orianka Kilcher plays the chief's daughter who falls in love with Colin Farrell's English mercenary John Smith against the backdrop of the colonisation of America in the early 1600s. Rich in atmosphere and performance, Malick delivers the visual goods in an evocative recreation of story, place and era.

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