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An 8-Year-Old Judges Oscar®-Nominated Movies by Their Posters!

By Sunny Chanel |

Has my 8-year-old daughter seen Dallas Buyers Club, American Hustle or The Wolf of Wall Street? No, no, and hells no. This year there isn’t a single Oscar®-nominated movie up for Best Picture that would be age-appropriate for my little second-grader — not a single one. (And she really doesn’t understand why Frozen wasn’t up in the Best Picture category, even after I told her it was nominated for Best Animated Feature.)

For fun, I asked my opinionated little girl to give her best guess of what she thought the nine Oscar®-nominated films for Best Picture were about. According to her, they include adventures, scientists, dancing, and a funny monkey.

See what she had to say right here:

An 8-Year-Old Judges Oscar®-Nominated Movies by Their Posters!

An 8-Year-Old Judges Oscar®-Nominated Movies by Their Posters!

See what this second-grader has to say about these Oscar®-nominated films right here...

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One thought on “An 8-Year-Old Judges Oscar®-Nominated Movies by Their Posters!

  1. Mateo says:

    “…anything based on a true story is usually sad.” That’s a hilariously jaded statement for a 2nd grader. Hahaha.

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