Here39s how to see the 10 Best Picture Oscar nominations

Here's how to see the 10 Best Picture Oscar nominations


The 2024 Academy Awards air on Sunday, which means there isn't much time left to catch up on the ten films nominated for Best Picture.

If you missed the “Barbenheimer” cinema craze last summer or prefer to sob while watching “Past Lives” or “Killers of the Flower Moon” in the privacy of your own home, fear not, dear Cinefile. You have options.

We are here to help you. Gladly in advance.

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(From left) Sterling K. Brown, Jeffrey Wright and Erika Alexander in “American Fiction.”

Jeffrey Wright plays a frustrated novelist in this dramedy that raises questions about the price of black success in a white-dominated media and entertainment culture. Sterling K. Brown delivers a standout performance opposite Tracee Ellis Ross in a family-related subplot that Wright must confront head-on.

“American Fiction” is currently in theaters and available for $14.99 on Apple TV, Prime Video, YouTube TV, Google Play and Vudu.

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Sandra Hülser in “Anatomy of a Fall”.

This riveting crime film features a glorious performance from German actress Sandra Hülser, who plays a widow accused of murdering her husband. Directed by Justine Triet, the thriller explores the depths of a loving and destructive marriage in a courtroom. Newcomer Milo Machado Graner impressively plays Hülser's character's 11-year-old child, who is blind.

“Anatomy of a Fall” is available to rent on Apple TV and Prime Video for $5.99 and on YouTube TV and Google Play for $6.99.

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(From left) Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in “Barbie.”

Hello, Barbie! Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling captivated audiences as Barbie and Ken in this instant classic film directed by Greta Gerwig. “Barbie” is a moving story about the iconic Mattel doll overcoming an existential crisis and confronting the patriarchy. You'll laugh, cry, cheer for America Ferrera's epic feminist monologue, and of course sing along to Gosling's absolutely gorgeous rendition of “I'm Just Ken.”

“Barbie” is available to stream with a subscription on Max and rent on Apple TV, Vudu and Google Play for $5.99. It can also be streamed on Hulu, Prime Video and YouTube TV with premium subscriptions.

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(From left) Dominic Sessa, Paul Giamatti and Da'Vine Joy Randolph in “The Holdovers.”

Da'Vine Joy Randolph, the star of this year's awards season, and newcomer Dominic Sessa bolster Paul Giamatti's standout performance as a curmudgeonly, terse prep professor forced to spend Christmas break on campus with a handful of students. Directed by Alexander Payne, the dramedy feels all the feels as it explores the power of finding friendship in unlikely places.

“The Holdovers” is available to stream with a subscription on Peacock and rent on Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube TV and Vudu for $5.99.

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(From left) Leonardo DiCaprio and Lily Gladstone in “Killers of the Flower Moon.”

Take about three and a half hours and saddle up to watch this Western epic starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Lily Gladstone, who will take your breath away as they grapple with love, betrayal and greed. Based on the harrowing true story of the Osage Nation murders, Martin Scorsese's stirring historical drama Killers of the Flower Moon is a must-see. Essential item: A box of tissues for the tears you will undoubtedly shed.

“Killers of the Flower Moon” can be streamed with a subscription on Apple TV and purchased for $19.99 on Prime Video, Vudu, Google Play and YouTube TV.

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(From left) Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan in “Maestro.”

Bradley Cooper is at his best in this masterful performance, playing music legend and famed conductor Leonard Bernstein in Maestro, a film he also produced and directed. Working with Bernstein's family, the film tells the complicated love story between Bernstein and his wife Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein, played by Carrie Mulligan.

“Maestro” is available to stream on Netflix with a subscription.

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Cillian Murphy in Oppenheimer.

With 13 nominations, “Oppenheimer” received the most nominations this year. Cillian Murphy expertly plays Robert J. Oppenheimer, the scientific genius who pioneered the development of the atomic bomb, only to discover that he must also bear the crippling moral burden of his actions. Spoiler alert: being a smartass isn't a bomb.

“Oppenheimer” is available to stream with a subscription on Peacock and rent on Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube TV and Vudu for $5.99.

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(From left) Teo Yoo and Greta Lee in “Past Lives.”

In Celine Song's directorial debut, Past Lives, childhood friends Nora (Greta Lee) and Hae Sung (Teo Yoo) face the realities of fate and love and reflect on their life choices after they reunite decades later. This heartfelt romantic drama explores a moving story as it explores the experiences of a Korean immigrant on his journey across the United States.

“Past Lives” is available to stream with a subscription on Showtime, Hulu and Paramount+ and rent on Apple TV, Vudu and Google Play for $4.99.

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(From left) Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo in “Poor Things.”

Director Yorgos Lanthimos's fantastical landscapes in “Poor Things” draw viewers into the world of Emma Stone's Bella, who seeks freedom after being brought back to life by a mad scientist (Willem DaFoe), in this visually stunning story became. Mark Ruffalo brings comic relief to a role you've never seen from him before – and it pays off.

“Poor Things” will be available to stream with a subscription on Hulu on March 7 and is available for $19.99 on Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube TV and Google Play.

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Sandra Hülser in “The Zone of Interest”.

Set in the middle of World War II, “The Zone of Interest” tells the horrors of the Holocaust through a fictionalized version of the real Auschwitz-Birkenau commandant Rudolf Höss (Christian Friedel) and his wife Hedwig (Sandra Hülser). Director Jonathan Glazer relies heavily on the eerie sounds from inside the camp, which echo incessantly as the Höss family builds their dream home, which sits on the other side of the concentration camp's barbed wire fence.

“The Zone of Interest” is currently in theaters and available for $19.99 on Apple TV, YouTube TV, Prime Video, Vudu and Google Play.