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Where you can watch the movies nominated for best film at the Oscars

Where you can watch the movies nominated for best film at the Oscars

There's so much more than just Oppenheimer to feast upon

Oscars season is in full swing, with all eyes on Hollywood this weekend as the 96th Academy Awards takes to Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre.

Comedian and late night television icon Jimmy Kimmel will be presenting the show for the fourth time, with growing anticipation over whether Oppenheimer can clean up following a rather impressive 13 nominations.

Top of the list is Cillian Murphy and whether he will win best actor for his portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer or if the likes of Bradley Cooper or Paul Giamatti can pip him to the gong.

Following the historical epic is Poor Things with 11 and Killers of the Flower Moon with 10.

And while Margot Robbie missed out on a nomination for best actress, Barbie secured eight nominations in other categories.

They're not the only movies up for some of the biggest awards a film can be bestowed, with a total of 15 all hoping for the best.

A total of 10 films will compete for best picture. Here's how you can watch them all either in the build-up to the Oscars or in its aftermath:


The historical epic, released in July 2023, was brought to us by Interstellar's Christopher Nolan.

Nolan himself is up for best director alongside the likes of Martin Scorsese and Yorgos Lanthimos.

You can now rent or buy Oppenheimer on a number of platforms, including Amazon's Prime Video where it'll cost you £4.99 to rent or £13.99 to buy.

YouTube, Google Play, and Apple TV also all offer it on demand.

Poor Things

The rather eccentric Poor Things stars Emma Stone in the lead role of Bella Baxter alongside the likes of Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe.

A black comedy at heart, the film sees Stone nominated for best actress, director Yorgos Lanthimos nominated for best director and Ruffalo up for best supporting actor.

Poor Things can't be rented on demand right now. You can buy it on Apple TV, Prime Video, YouTube, and Google Play for £9.99.

Emma Stone in Poor Things.
Searchlight Pictures

Killers of the Flower Moon

Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon is an epic and then some, running at more than three hours.

The cast is stellar, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Lily Gladstone, and Jesse Plemons.

Given the film is a product of Apple Original Films, it shouldn't be a surprise that it can be streamed for free if you have an Apple TV+ subscription. If you haven't ever had one, you can claim a free seven day trial to enjoy the film.

You can buy it if you so please, with it selling on demand for £13.99 on Prime Video, Google Play, and YouTube.


Grossing almost $1.5 billion, Barbie became a cultural phenomenon when it was released in the summer of 2023, sharing a release date with Oppenheimer (who can forget the Barbenheimer memes?).

The cast is A-list, starring Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Kate McKinnon, America Ferrera, and Helen Mirren.

Currently, you can rent Barbie for as little as £1.99 on Prime Video, Google Play, and Apple TV+.

There can't be a Ken without Barbie.
Warner Bros


Directed by Bradley Cooper and starring himself in the leading role of Leonard Bernstein, the biographical drama looked at the legendary composer's life and relationship with his wife.

Scorsese produced, meaning he is up against himself in categories where Maestro and Killers of the Flower Moon compete.

You can stream Maestro on Netflix if you have a subscription.

American Fiction

With five Oscar nominations to its name, American Fiction offers a comedic look at a frustrated novelist who writes an outlandish satire of stereotypical 'Black' books.

The problem is they are mistaken by the liberal elite for serious literature and published to both high sales and critical praise. Jeffrey Wright stars in the leading role.

Sadly it doesn't appear that American Fiction can be streamed in the UK, with it only available in the US on Prime Video.

Anatomy of a Fall

A French legal drama, Anatomy of a Fall follows a writer who is desperate to prove her innocence after his husband dies.

Starring Sandra Huller in the leading role, the film has five Oscar nominations to its name.

You can rent it on Prime Video, Google Play, and YouTube for £3.49. It's also available on Apple TV for a few quid more.

The Holdovers

Set in 1970/71, The Holdovers stars Paul Giamatti as a boarding school teacher who has been forced to look after pupils with nowhere to go over the Christmas period.

In the UK, it can be rented but it's not cheap.

With it still in cinemas, Prime Video offers it up for rent at £15.99, with Google Play and Apple TV doing the same. You can buy it for £19.99.

The Holdovers.
Focus Features

Past Lives

A romantic drama set over 24 years, Past Lives follows two friends in that time period as they evaluate their relationship and its true meaning.

In both Korean and English, it stars Greta Lee and Teo Yoo in the leading roles.

You can watch the movie over on Netflix. If you don't have Netflix, you can rent it on Prime Video for £3.49.

The Zone of Interest

From director Jonathan Glazer, The Zone of Interest is a historical drama set in the Second World War.

It focuses on a German Nazi commandant and his wife, as they look to build their dream home next to Auschwitz.

It's still in cinemas so it's expensive to rent at home, costing £15.99 on Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube and Apple TV.

Featured Image Credit: Melinda Sue Gordon/Universal Pictures/Paramount Pictures/Apple Original Films

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