How to Stream the Oscar 2024 Best Picture Nominees on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and More

Watch the best of the best before the show.

The 2024 Oscar nominations have been announced, setting the stage for a night filled with glamour, talent, and cinematic excellence on March 10. This year has been significant for the film industry, with movies like “Barbenheimer” – a cultural phenomenon combining “Oppenheimer” and “Barbie” – leading the nominations. However, the list of nominees extends beyond these blockbusters to include a diverse array of films that have captivated audiences worldwide.

Fortunately, you don’t need to visit the cinema to catch up on all the Best Picture nominees. Here’s a guide to where you can stream these acclaimed films.

Anatomy of a Fall

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Rent on: Amazon Prime Video

“Anatomy of a Fall” has not made its way to the major streaming platforms yet, but it is available for rent. Winning the prestigious Palme D’Or at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, this French legal drama directed by Justine Triet explores the trial of novelist Sandra Voyter, whose husband’s death becomes the center of a gripping courtroom battle.

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Barbie

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Stream on: Max (US only)
Rent via: Amazon

Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” stands out as a brilliantly meta-comedy, offering a sharp critique of the iconic doll’s cultural impact. The film has been a major part of the “Barbenheimer” buzz and features an all-star cast and a memorable soundtrack.

The Holdovers

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Stream on: Peacock Premium

Alexander Payne’s “The Holdovers” delivers a mix of humor and heart, with Paul Giamatti shining as a classics teacher during the holiday season. The film is available on Peacock Premium in the US, while UK audiences might still find it in cinemas. Read our review here.

Killers of the Flower Moon

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Streaming on: Apple TV+

Martin Scorsese’s epic “Killers of the Flower Moon” recounts the Osage murders in 1920s Oklahoma. Exclusive to Apple TV+, this film features powerful performances and a riveting narrative that demands your attention.

Maestro

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Stream on: Netflix

Bradley Cooper’s portrayal of Leonard Bernstein in “Maestro” offers a glimpse into the composer’s complex life. The Netflix biopic highlights Bernstein’s struggles and triumphs, making it a must-watch for music and cinema fans alike.

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Oppenheimer

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Rent on: Amazon Prime Video

Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” explores the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb. With a stellar cast and Nolan’s signature storytelling, this film is a compelling watch, available for rent on various platforms. Read our review here.

Past Lives

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Rent on: Amazon Prime Video

Celine Song’s debut film “Past Lives” presents a touching narrative of missed connections and enduring friendships. This semi-autobiographical tale has garnered critical acclaim and is available for rent. Read our review here.

Poor Things

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Streaming: Currently N/A but will come to Disney+/Hulu

Yorgos Lanthimos’s “Poor Things,” featuring Emma Stone, offers a unique take on the Frankenstein myth. Although not yet available for streaming, it’s anticipated to arrive on Disney+ or Hulu soon. Read our review here.

Where to Watch American Fiction, The Zone of Interest

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As of now, “American Fiction” and “The Zone of Interest” are not available for streaming or on-demand. Both films are expected to release in UK cinemas on February 2, with US audiences having the opportunity to watch them in cinemas currently. Read our American Fiction review here. Read our The Zone of Interest review here.

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Wrapping Up

As the Oscars approach, this guide offers a convenient way to catch up on the films competing for the top prize. Whether you’re in the mood for a legal drama, a historical epic, or a biographical film, there’s something for everyone in this year’s Best Picture nominees.

For more insights and updates on your favorite films, visit https://hitplay.app.

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