Today, ballots will be sent out to members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, allowing them to make their picks for the 2011 Oscar nominations (announced Tue., Jan. 25).

By now, most of the frontrunners have already been determined, from 'The Social Network' in Best Picture to Christian Bale ('The Fighter') in Best Supporting Actor.

But just in case there are a few undecided voters out there, we're highlighting six under-the-radar films and performances we think deserve nominations.

Check them out after the jump.
Winter's Bone
Based on 38 critics

Facing the loss of her home if she fails, a teen sets out on a dangerous quest to find her father. Read More

The Kids Are All Right
Based on 39 critics

Children of a lesbian couple (Julianne Moore, Annette Bening) get to know their biological father. Read More

The Social Network
Based on 42 critics

Legal and personal complications follow the founding of popular website Facebook. Read More

Black Swan
Based on 42 critics

A ballerina's grip on reality begins to slip as her drive to succeed threatens to consume her. Read More

I Love You Phillip Morris
Based on 32 critics

A con man (Jim Carrey) meets the love (Ewan McGregor) of his life behind bars. Read More