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Where To Watch Every Oscars Best Picture Nominee

From ‘Dune’ to ‘Don’t Look Up,’ it’s not too late to catch up on these 10 nominated films.

The Oscars are right around the corner, but it’s not too late to catch up on the Best Picture nominees! Look no further a list of all 10 films in the running, and instructions for how to watch them before Sunday night.

Drive My Car

Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi helms this drama following an aging, widowed actor in need of a personal chauffeur. His quest leads him to a young woman who agrees to take the job. Despite their differences, the two develop a close bond that proves to be more special than they could’ve imagined. (HBO Max)

Searchlight Pictures

Nightmare Alley

The Guillermo del Toro-directed 1940s crime thriller follows Stanton Carlisle (Bradley Cooper), an unlucky man who befriends a clairvoyant (Cate Blanchett) and her husband who work for a traveling carnival. Together they craft a scheme to con people out of money. (HBO Max)

Netflix

Don’t Look Up

Adam McKay’s pitch black comedy Don’t Look Up features a celebrity-packed cast starring Jennifer Lawrence, Leo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Ariana Grande, and Timothée Chalamet. Lawrence plays a young scientist who discovers a world-ending meteor approaching the earth — but no one seems to care. (Netflix)

HBO Max

Dune

The Denis Villeneuve directed Dune follows Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet), a “gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding,” who travels to a treacherous part of the universe to save his family and species. With a sequel already in the works, it’s a great time to catch up on the first film. (HBO Max)

Universal Pictures

Belfast

Belfast is Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical look at life in Northern Ireland during The Troubles of the late 1960s. The black and white film follows a working class family and their sons as they grapple with life amidst a backdrop of unrest. (Amazon Prime)

Universal Pictures

Licorice Pizza

Licorice Pizza is Alana Haim’s breakout role. The romantic movie, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, is set in the 1970s San Fernando Valley. It follows Alana Kane (Haim) and Gary Valentine’s (Cooper Hoffman) childhood love story as they grow up. (Amazon Prime)

Netflix

The Power Of The Dog

Jane Campion’s The Power of The Dog has been sweeping this awards season. The Western-drama follows a gruff rancher who, per the synopsis, “responds with mocking cruelty” when his brother returns home with a new wife and son until an unexpected turn disrupts their lives. (Netflix)

Niko Tavernise

West Side Story

Spielberg’s West Side Story remake of the classic 1961 musical tells the Romeo & Juliet story with a modern flair. The film follows Tony and Maria’s treacherous love story, which fuels a neighborhood battle between the rival Jets and Sharks in New York City. (HBO Max/Hulu)

Warner Bros

King Richard

Venus and Serena Williams’ life story takes center stage in King Richard. The biopic, directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, shares their father’s (Will Smith) plight to mold his daughters into the world famous tennis champions they are today. (Hulu)

Apple+ TV

CODA

CODA is a musical drama directed by Sian Heder. The film follows Ruby, the only hearing person in a deaf family who lives in Massachusetts. The high schooler spends her mornings working for her family's fishing business, but after joining the choir club she finds a new passion for singing and her duet partner. (Apple+ TV)