Here's Where to Watch All of This Year's Best Picture Nominees (2023)

In a normal year, you’d normally have to move between rentals, streaming, and theaters to check out all of the Best Picture nominees. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, theaters have pretty much been shut down since last March, which means most movies quickly moved to streaming even if it was a Premium VOD experience that cost $20 to rent. If we can look for a silver lining, that means that 2021 nominees are pretty easy to track down for the most part. If you’re looking to play catch-up before the winners are announced on April 25th, here’s where to find each nominee as well as an excerpt from our reviews.

The Father

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This is one of two nominees still playing only in theaters. The film currently expanded to 865 cinemas nationwide, and if you’ve received your COVID-19 vaccination, you should make time for Florian Zeller’s moving, empathetic portrayal of a man (Anthony Hopkins) slowly falling prey to Alzheimer’s. From my review:


The skill and craft of The Father is that Zeller never needs to “upend” reality or move towards the fantastical. Instead, he understands that to properly view the world from Anthony’s perspective is to purposefully confuse the audience based on facts they already have. So, for example, in one scene we meet Anne and she’s played by Olivia Colman, so we’ll grasp his confusion when Anne returns later and she’s played by Olivia Williams. The basic facts—Anthony has a daughter named Anne who checks in on him—are the same, but he can no longer recognize his daughter, but pretends that everything is okay because he knows if he starts accusing her of being someone else, they’ll think he’s mad. Anthony is forced to play along with his own dementia in order to hide the depths of his illness.

Judas and the Black Messiah

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This is the other nominee that’s only in theaters at the moment. It was on HBO Max for its first 31 days of release, but now it has moved to theaters only. It will likely return to HBO Max in a few months, but for now, if you want to see it, you’ll have to go to a theater that’s playing it. If you’ve been vaccinated, it’s absolutely worth the effort. From my review:

Judas and the Black Messiah could be considered a piece of civil rights history, but really it’s a war movie and it explores how soldiers and civilians see themselves in that war. I saw the film a week ago, and it’s still kicking around in my brain because I’ve never seen anything quite like it with regards to how it tries to find the dramatic tension between factions and individuals against an American landscape. We’re so used to our heroes and villains that it takes a movie like Judas and the Black Messiah to look past individual actors and see how they belong to a larger struggle that began before they were born and will sadly continue after they’ve perished.


Mank picked up the most nominations this year with 10 including not only Best Picture, but also Best Director (David Fincher), Best Actor (Gary Oldman), and Best Supporting Actress (Amanda Seyfried). The story of the screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz and his motivation for writing Citizen Kane is both a love letter to the Golden Age of Hollywood as well as a biting critique of our political moment. From my review:

As one would expect with a Fincher movie, there’s no flaw to be found with the craftsmanship. The cinematography is gorgeous, and those with HDR on their TVs will be stunned by the black-and-white photography within the first five minutes. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have delivered another incredible score for Fincher (their fourth for the director since The Social Network), evoking the music of the era while never sliding into parody or pale imitation. The 1930s-40s influences are unmistakable, but they help bolster the boozy attitude of its wayward protagonist. Special credit also goes to Fincher’s longtime editor Kirk Baxter, who not only weaves the timelines together beautifully, but also handles complicated crowd scenes with maximum efficiency.

Mank is streaming on Netflix.

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Lee Isaac Chung crafted an incredible immigrant story pulled from his own childhood with this story of a family that moves to Arkansas so that the father (Oscar-nominee Steven Yeun) can fulfill his dream of becoming a farmer. It’s a beautiful, honest story of the American Dream filled with personal touches that breath life into this lovely narrative. From my review:

What makes Minari so vibrant is how Chung captures the highs and lows of a family while retaining the power of both. When Minari is funny, it’s really sharp and feels like Chung relating stories from his childhood. But when the film is tough, it plays to the honest difficulties in Jacob and Monica’s relationship. It’s a strange thing to try and tell the story from the perspective of both an adult and a child, but Chung makes it work. It never feels awkward to go from David squaring off against Grandma to Jacob and Monica having tough conversations about what they want out of life. By approaching the film from both perspectives, Chung strikes a balance that makes the story feel fully realized. It’s not solely the idyllic childhood stories of young David nor is it only the story of marital troubles between Jacob and Monica.

Minari is a PVOD rental, so it costs $19.99 on Apple, Amazon, Vudu, et al., but it’s well worth the price.

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My favorite film of 2020, Nomadland is a enrapturing elegy about American life in the wreckage of the Great Recession, and it’s arguably the frontrunner to win Best Picture at the Oscars. Director Chloé Zhao (also a frontrunner to win Best Director) brings a deep well empathy for her characters, and while Frances McDormand grounds the picture beautifully, she’s surrounded by real-life nomads who help provide the picture with its authenticity. It’s not a movie that romanticizes poverty, but rather one that celebrates life even with all of its hardships. From my review:

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At first glimpse, Nomadland seems like a melancholy reflection on a dead America where homeless people scrape out a few bucks working at an Amazon shipping facility before going to sleep in their vans. The film’s genius is in deciding to shatter the paradigm of the American Dream completely to argue that the Dream doesn’t get to serve as a metric of a life well lived. As Fern tells one of her former students, she’s “houseless, not homeless.” Fern and her fellow nomads have consciously chosen to reject a system that leaves them behind, refusing to play by the rules of a rigged game. That doesn’t mean that their lives are easy; a flat tire can be catastrophic and it’s not like it’s fun to put on a paper hat and work at a restaurant for minimum wage, not to mention the risks of life without health care. But the freedom these people possess (and here it should be noted that with its white cast, Nomadland elides what freedom means based on race since it’s not like Fern has to worry about being pulled over based on the color of her skin, so her “freedom” is a part of her white privilege) is alluring. No one in Nomadland asks for our pity; if anything, they probably pity those who are still chasing the American Dream.

Nomadland is currently streaming on Hulu.

Promising Young Woman

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I saw Promising Young Woman at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, and I’ve never really been able to shake it. Emerald Fennell’s acerbic, unforgiving strike against rape culture is like being hit with a bucket of cold water, but that’s the urgency of the wake-up call. The film is bound to be divisive, especially with its ending, but you can’t deny the stellar craft nor Carey Mulligan’s Oscar-worthy lead performance. From my review:

What's so damn great about Cassie as a character is that at the outset of the movie, you think it's just going to be Carey Mulligan wrecking shit, and honestly, that would not be the worst film ever—just two hours of Carey Mulligan ruining predatory men. But Fennell has far more ambition than that and while Promising Young Woman may be heightened in its direction, it's never fantastical. Fennell wants you to be shocked out of complacency, but never questioning the reality presented. This is not he said/she said. Cassie demands to be heard through her aggressive actions, but Mulligan always lets us see the toll. This isn't a superhero story. Cassie is a real person consumed by vengeance, and while we can revel in her victories, Mulligan never lets us forget that this is not Batman. This is tragedy tempered only by the darkest of comedy.

You can buy Promising Young Woman on Blu-ray or digital, or you can rent the film for $5.99 from Amazon, Vudu, et al.

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Darius Marder’s drama makes brilliant use of sound and its lead performance as Riz Ahmed stars as a rock drummer quickly going deaf and afraid to lose the life and love (Olivia Cooke) he once had. Grounded by Ahmed’s brilliant performance, Sound of Metal isn’t simply a requiem for what’s being lost, but also asks the hard questions about what we live for and how we can accept drastic change when it challenges our identity. From my review:

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Sound of Metal is the first film I’ve ever seen where closed captioning functions as an artistic choice. To better put you in the mindset of Ruben and those in the deaf community, Marder presents the film as a deaf person would see it. It’s not just subtitles, but also descriptions of the audio. And yet the way the film uses sound is incredible, not simply cutting it out, but rather muffling it, distorting it, cutting between the way Ruben experiences his hearing loss and an objective, third-person perspective of the audio. Rather than directly telling the audience, “This is what it would be like to lose your hearing,” cutting back and forth between Ruben’s perspective and the objective soundscape conveys the pull of Ruben’s old life and his reluctance to accept his new one with hearing loss.

Sound of Metal is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

The Trial of the Chicago 7

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The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a tricky film, and arguably one not best suited to the wheelhouse of an institutionalist like writer/director Aaron Sorkin. The film follows the trial of activists who were charged with inciting violence during the 1968 Democratic Convention, but Sorkin is interested exploring how different protest movements work while also commenting on judicial overreach of 2020’s political system that seeks to stifle dissent. From my review:

Chicago 7 is Sorkin’s first courtroom drama since his breakthrough A Few Good Men, and his new film almost plays like a rebuke of that story. Whereas in that fictionalized courtroom of A Few Good Men a small group of determined lawyers could get to the truth (which, it turns out, they could in fact handle), in the real events that inspired Chicago 7, there’s no justice to be found. Once Chicago 7 gets into a rhythm, it reveals itself as a stone-faced farce. As Americans, we like to see courtrooms as institutions designed to uphold the law, and the law is the foundation of America. When you remove the fairness of that institution, America doesn’t seem to matter very much. The trial becomes a crucible for the freedom to protest and America fails that test because…well, Sorkin has a little more trouble with that.

The Trial of the Chicago 7 is streaming on Netflix.

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Where can I stream all picture best nominees? ›

Most are available to stream on services like Hulu, Disney+, and Netflix, and others are available to rent on platforms including Amazon Prime Video and Vudu.

Where can I stream 2022 Oscar nominated movies? ›

Netflix dominates the field with “The Power of the Dog,” “Don't Look Up,” “The Lost Daughter” and “Tick, Tick … Boom!,” while Apple TV+ hosts “CODA” and “The Tragedy of Macbeth” and Disney+ showcases three of the five animated feature nominees. Here's a complete rundown of where to find all the major awards hopefuls.

Which Oscar nominated movies are on Amazon Prime 2022? ›

You can find Being the Ricardos streaming on Amazon Prime.
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  • 'Don't Look Up' Nominations: Best Picture, Editing, Original Screenplay, Original Score. ...
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  • 'Dune' ...
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  • 'King Richard' ...
  • 'Luca' ...
  • Nightmare Alley.
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What Oscar nominees are streaming? ›

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Which best picture nominees are on Netflix? ›

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  • Audible.
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  • The Hand of God.
  • Lead Me Home.
  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines.
  • The Lost Daughter.
  • Robin Robin.
  • tick, tick... BOOM!

Which Oscar nominations are on Amazon Prime? ›

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  • The Hateful Eight. StarringSamuel L. ...
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  • Inside Out (Plus Bonus Features) StarringAmy Poehler. ...
  • Mad Max: Fury Road. StarringTom Hardy. ...
  • Joy. StarringJennifer Lawrence. ...
  • Creed. StarringMichael B.

Where can I watch the Oscar 2022 online for free? ›

The best way to watch the Oscars 2022 online for free is with Fubo TV's free trial. Fubo TV offers a seven-day free trial, which is more than enough time to stream the Oscars 2022.

Does Netflix have Oscar nominated movies? ›

Netflix isn't all all box sets and binges: enjoy these Oscar-nominated movies, animations and documentaries available on Netflix now. Netflix led the way at the 2022 Oscar Awards with a whopping 27 nominations, the second highest number the streaming service has ever received - after last year's tally of 37.

How can I watch the Oscar nominations 2022 Date Time and stream? ›

How to Watch the Oscars 2022 on TV and Online. Cable subscribers can watch the 2022 Oscars online live on or the ABC app, logging in with their TV provider credentials. Those who miss the live broadcast can watch the awards show on-demand on Hulu starting March 28.

What's new on Amazon Prime Video in March 2022? ›

The Boys animated series Diabolical, Amy Poehler's documentary Lucy and Desi, Regina King in Master,and more shows and movies headed to Amazon's Prime Video and sister streaming service IMDb TV this month.

What's new on Amazon Prime in March 2022? ›

The 7 Best New Movies on Amazon Prime Video in March 2022
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  • Dead Poets Society. Disney.
  • Prince Avalanche. Magnolia Pictures. ...
  • Liar, Liar. Universal Pictures. ...
  • Lucy and Desi. Amazon Studios. ...
  • The Proposal. Disney. ...
  • Flightplan. Disney.
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What Oscar nominees are on HBO Max? ›

2022 Oscar® Winners & Nominees
  • King Richard (HBO)
  • Dune (HBO)
  • West Side Story (2021) (HBO)
  • Drive My Car.
  • Free Guy (HBO)

Can I watch the Oscars online for free? ›

Watch the 2022 Oscars online free via here.

What is Netflix's most viewed movie? ›

Red Notice

What are the top 3 movies playing on Netflix right now? ›

Find out what U.S. subscribers are watching right now.
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  6. The Wonder (2022) ...
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What movies were up for best picture 2022? ›

Best Picture Oscar Nominees of 2022, Ranked by Tomatometer
  • #1. Drive My Car (2021) 97% 79% #1. ...
  • #2. CODA (2021) 94% 91% #2. ...
  • #3. The Power of the Dog (2021) 94% 57% #3. ...
  • #4. West Side Story (2021) 91% 86% #4. ...
  • #5. Licorice Pizza (2021) 91% 61% #5. ...
  • #6. King Richard (2021) 90% 89% #6. ...
  • #7. Belfast (2021) 86% 84% #7. ...
  • #8. Dune (2021) 83% 85%

Is the Oscar on Hulu? ›

Can I Watch the Oscars® on Hulu? Yes. Hulu + Live TV subscribers can live stream The Academy Awards® on the night of the ceremony.

Can I watch 2022 Oscars with Roku? ›

You'll also be able to stream the show online through ABC, from or the ABC app, using your cable login. All Roku streaming devices come with the Roku Channel, which means that you can watch the show for free — the Roku Channel includes ABC News Live.

How many Oscar nominated films are on Netflix? ›

List of accolades received by Netflix
Awards and nominations
Academy Awards16116
BAFTA Film Awards12
BAFTA Television Awards321
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Is Oscar on Disney plus? ›

And yet the Oscars won't be available to live-stream on Disney Plus, ABC's sibling platform.

Can I watch the Oscars online the day after? ›

The ceremony will be available to stream next day on Hulu. The red carpet for the ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT. Viewers can watch ABC's coverage of the carpet on the channel or the previously listed streamers. E!'s red carpet coverage will begin live at 5 p.m. ET/2:00 p.m. PT.

What is coming to Amazon Prime video in 2022? ›

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  • December 5. Celeste And Jesse Forever (2012)
  • December 6. A Lot Like Christmas (2021)
  • December 8. The Bad Guy (2022) La La Land (2016)
  • December 9. Hawa (2022) ...
  • December 10. The Shack (2017)
  • December 13. Dr.
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What is being added to Netflix March 2022? ›

What's coming to Netflix in March: Bridgerton season 2, the Big Mouth spin-off, Sorry to Bother You, and more. See the full list of TV and film titles coming to Netflix in March. The second season of Shondaland's period romance Bridgerton isn't the only Netflix title to get excited about next month.

What can you watch on Amazon Prime Now 2022? ›

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  • Sneaky Pete (2015-2019) ...
  • High School (2022) ...
  • Peripheral (2022-present) ...
  • Them (2021) ...
  • Bewitched (1964-1972)
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What is coming to Prime Video in April 2022? ›

The 7 Best New Movies on Amazon Prime Video in April 2022
  • District 9. TriStar Pictures. ...
  • Raging Bull. United Artists. ...
  • O Brother, Where Art Thou? Disney. ...
  • Young Frankenstein. 20th Century Fox. ...
  • The Sixth Sense. Disney. ...
  • Fargo. Gramercy Pictures. ...
  • Cast Away. Tom Hanks in 'Cast Away'
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What is coming to Amazon in February 2022? ›

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What's new on Hulu right now? ›

The Best Shows on Hulu Right Now
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  • Pose (2018-2021) ...
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What movies are playing on HBO Max right now? ›

Recently Added
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  • A Christmas Story Christmas.
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  • Barbarian (HBO)

What is the most viewed thing on HBO Max? ›

Nearly 10 million people tuned in to the Game of Thrones spinoff House of the Dragon Sunday, making it the most watched series premiere in HBO and HBO Max history, the company announced.

Can you watch the Oscars on Amazon Prime? ›

Those looking to catch up on all of the Academy Award winners and nominees in the top categories can stream many of the films online with a subscription to streaming services such as Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu and Netflix, while others are available to purchase or rent online on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, iTunes, Vudu ...

Where can I rewatch the Oscars? ›

Caption Options. If you already have a cable subscription that includes ABC, you can watch the 2022 Oscar awards on your TV, on, or through the ABC app on iPhone and Android smartphones.

Can I watch the Oscars on demand? ›

Yes, you can. If you're in the U.S., the easiest way to live stream the Oscars is on or on the ABC TV channel.

Is Oscar streaming anywhere? ›

Oscar, a comedy movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Ornella Muti, and Don Ameche is available to stream now. Watch it on Prime Video, Redbox. or Vudu on your Roku device.

Where can i stream award winning movies? ›

Those looking to catch up on all of the Academy Award winners and nominees in the top categories can stream many of the films online with a subscription to streaming services such as Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu and Netflix, while others are available to purchase or rent online on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, iTunes, Vudu ...

Can I watch the Oscars on Roku for free? ›

You'll also be able to stream the show online through ABC, from or the ABC app, using your cable login. All Roku streaming devices come with the Roku Channel, which means that you can watch the show for free — the Roku Channel includes ABC News Live. There are so many streaming subscription service options.

Can I watch the Oscars for free on Hulu? ›

Can I Watch the Oscars® on Hulu? Yes. Hulu + Live TV subscribers can live stream The Academy Awards® on the night of the ceremony.

How can I watch the 2022 Golden Globe Awards? ›

“This year's event is going to be a private event and will not be livestreamed,” an HFPA spokesperson further told Deadline. “We will be providing real-time updates on winners on the Golden Globes website and our social media.” So in short, you will not be able to watch the Golden Globes this year.

Why are 2022 Golden Globes not televised? ›

The controversy surrounding the 2022 awards. The Golden Globes' former broadcaster NBC - which aired the awards for several years - will not be showing the ceremony in 2022, after an exposé found there were no black voters and included claims of inappropriate "freebies".

How do I watch 2022 Golden Globes? ›

The NBC channel will not broadcast the Golden Globes in 2022 and you will probably be able to see the show only on the streaming platforms. A number of streaming services, such as Hulu Live TV and FuboTV, broadcast the Golden Globes Awards.

Is the movie Oscar on Amazon Prime? ›

Watch Oscar | Prime Video.

Has any streaming service won best picture? ›

Apple TV+ has beat out Netflix to become the first streaming service to win best picture at the Academy Awards, with “CODA” triumphing. “CODA” actor Troy Kotsur also won the best supporting actor ...

Can Netflix movies win awards? ›

In nine ceremonies, films streamed and distributed, but also produced by Netflix won 16 awards in eleven categories from 116 nominations in twenty-four categories.

What Oscar movies are worth watching 2022? ›

37 Films From 2022 That Could Win An Oscar (And Where To Watch Them)
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  • The Bad Guys. ...
  • The Banshees of Inisherin. ...
  • The Batman. ...
  • Cha Cha Real Smooth. ...
  • Crimes of the Future.
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