After a lot of anticipation, the Academy Awards nominations were announced last month, and if you’re yet to catch up with the nominated movies—now’s the time! Some of the best picture nominees are already available on streaming services, starting with these five.
Greta Gerwig’s record-breaking film did a great job chronicling Barbie’s movie of self-discovery in the real world, and you can re-watch it on Max.
Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple TV+)
If you haven’t had a chance to watch Martin Scorsese’s latest film on the big screen, buckle up for an epic tale about the series of murders of Osage Tribe members during the 1920s, which you can now watch on Apple TV+.
Bradley Cooper’s latest Maestro was briefly available in theatres before heading to Netflix in late December. It centers on the iconic composer Leonard Bernstein and his complicated relationship with his wife Felicia Montealegre.
The Holdovers (Peacock)
One of the most touching films of the last year, The Holdovers centers on a grumpy history teacher, his troubled student, and a grieving cook, who form a strong bond while spending a holiday break at a New England boarding school.
After a long wait, Christopher Nolan’s atomic bomb epic Oppenheimer is finally getting a streaming release date on February 16. It will be available on Peacock, but renting it on Amazon, Apple TV, and Google Play is also an option.