Watch Every "Best Visual Effects" Oscar Winner in One Video

Everything from 1929’s ‘Wings’ to 2017’s ‘The Jungle Book.’

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With this year’s Oscars just around the corner, Burger Fiction, a movie-focused YouTube account, has combined every “Best Visual Effects” winner over the awards’ history into one supercut. The video is arranged chronologically, beginning with Wings in 1929 (when it was known as the “Engineering Effects Award”) and ending with last year’s The Jungle Book.

As well as showing the range of movies that have won the award, the supercut also shows how visual and special effects have changed over the course of 90 awards ceremonies. For this year’s awards, Blade Runner 2049 is reported to be the favorite for “Best Visual Effects,” with the film nominated alongside Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2Kong: Skull IslandStar Wars: The Last Jedi, and War For The Planet of The ApesYou can watch the supercut above, and refresh your memory of all of the 2018 Oscars nominations in anticipation of the awards on March 4.

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