The 2021 Oscar ceremony will be held in person on April 25 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, with a star-studded cast of presenters, musical guests, winners, and likely their masks. But to make the Oscars even more interesting, consider downloading an Oscar ballot for your viewing party — whether it's virtual, socially distanced, or just you and your cat.
If you haven't checked out the site, Rotten Tomatoes is trusted among film buffs to offer measurements of quality for movies and TV shows. It provides a Tomatometer percentage, made up of professional critic reviews; and Audience Scores, which are given by regular people like us.
Rotten Tomatoes' ballot lists the different Oscar categories, including Best Picture, Directing, and Actress in a Leading Role; and within those categories are the respective nominees. The ballot also provides the Tomatometer and Audience Score for each nominated film, which might help you determine which nominee you'll select.