All The Oscar-Nominated Movies You Can Stream Right Now

Earlier today, Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis announced the 2018 Academy Award nominees in a live event. The Oscars take place on March 4, so we all have just over a month to catch up on all the nominated films.

Many of the movies, like Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, The Shape of Water, and The Phantom Thread, are exclusively in theaters. But there are already a good amount of nominated films streaming on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and even more available to rent online. If you're into documentaries, you're in luck — of the five nominated, four are on streaming sites.

Before making your bets, watch all the movies first. Here are the short films, feature films, and documentaries you can binge in a weekend.

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Get Out
Nominated For: Best Picture, Best Actor (Daniel Kaluuya), Best Director (Jordan Peele), Best Original Screenplay
Where It's Streaming: HBO, Amazon, iTunes

In Jordan Peele's directorial debut, a young Black man (Daniel Kaluuya) goes to visit his white girlfriend's family for the first time, and discovers they're harboring a terrible secret.
The Boss Baby
Nominated For: Best Animated Feature
Where It's Streaming: Netflix, Amazon, iTunes

Alec Baldwin provides the voice for a young infant mogul in this loopy, sometimes scary, animated film. The Boss Baby comes to Earth with the intention of stealing love away from puppies, and back towards infants. Instead, he ends up developing a bond with his new brother.
The Big Sick
Nominated For: Best Original Screenplay
Where It's Streaming: Amazon Prime, iTunes

Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon wrote their actual love story down in screenplay form — and it garnered them an Oscar nomination. The Big Sick is about a Pakistani stand-up comedian, played by Nanjiani, who falls in love with a white psychology Masters student, played by Zoe Kazan (and based on Gordon). When she falls ill, Kumail becomes close with her parents, and confronts his own parents' disapproval.
Dunkirk
Nominated For: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Mixing, Best Original Score, Best Sound Editing
Where It's Streaming: Amazon, iTunes

Christopher Nolan's epic war movie communicates meaning through gunshots, soaring planes, and sinking ships — and rarely through words. Dunkirk centers on the massive effort to rescue the 400,000 Allied troops stranded at the beaches of Dunkirk, France, in 1940.
Mudbound
Nominated For: Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Song, Best Cinematography
Where It's Streaming: Netflix

Watch Mudbound, and be prepared to cry. The action in Mudbound is unspooled from the perspective of six different narrators whose lives come in contact when Jamie McCallan (Garrett Hedlund) and Ronsel Jackson (Jason Mitchell) return to their Mississippi Delta homes after WWII.
Bladerunner 2049
Nominated For: Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Original Sound Mixing, Best Visual Effects
Where It's Streaming: Amazon, iTunes

Bladerunner 2049 takes place in the same rainy, bleak, smoggy environment as the original Bladerunner, where robots can carry on conversations, and technology has altered daily life forever. For the perfect cyberpunk weekend, follow Bladerunner 2049 up with Netflix's upcoming sci-fi series, Altered Carbon, out February 2.
Logan
Nominated For: Best Adapted Screenplay
Where It's Streaming: HBO, iTunes

Who said superhero movies couldn't be high-brow fare? Logan takes place at the end of Wolverine's timeline, and is Hugh Jackman's last time playing the part.
Beauty and the Beast
Nominated for: Best Production Design, Best Costume Design
Where It's Streaming: Netflix

You know the tale already; it's as old as time. Beauty and the Beast came out in animated form in 1991. In 2017, the movie got the live action treatment, starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast.
Loving Vincent
Nominated For: Best Animated Feature
Where It's Streaming: iTunes, Amazon

You've never seen a movie like Loving Vincent before. All 165,000 frames in this Vincent Van Gogh biopic were painted with oil on canvas by 125 artists, all in the style of Van Gogh's own work.
Dear Basketball
Nominated For: Best Short Film
Where It's Streaming: YouTube

Kobe Bryant based this short film on the letter he wrote to announce his retirement in 2015.
Strong Island
Nominated For: Best Documentary Feature
Where It's Streaming: Netflix

Strong Island sets out to investigate the 1992 murder of an unarmed young Black man. The documentary becomes intensely personal, because the filmmaker's brother is the man who died.
Last Men in Aleppo
Nominated For: Best Documentary Feature
Where It's Streaming: iTunes, Netflix

The White Helmets, a group of volunteer rescue workers in Aleppo, wake up every morning and do the unthinkable. After sieges and military strikes, these men — all of them ordinary civilians — rush toward danger, not away, and are instrumental in saving lives. Last Men in Aleppo catches them as they each face the same question: Stay and help, or leave and preserve themselves?
Icarus
Nominated For: Best Documentary Feature
Where It's Streaming: Netflix

Earlier this year, Russia was banned from participating in the 2018 Winter Olympics due to steroid use. Icarus began as one filmmaker's quest to find the truth about the Russian doping scandal – and morphed into something much darker and more off-the-rails than he could've expected.
Kong: Skull Island
Nominated For: Best Visual Effects
Where It's Streaming: HBO

In the days after the Vietnam War, a group of soldiers ventures to a mysterious island to track the existence of monsters, along with a professional adventurer and a photojournalist. They meet Kong, but also a whole slew of impressive CGI beings.
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
Nominated for: Best Documentary Feature
Where It's Streaming: Amazon Prime

Abacus, a small family-run bank based in Chinatown, is notable for one reason: It's the only bank to have faced criminal charges as a result of the 2008 financial crisis. This documentary follows the five-year trial, and goes into loopholes that keep bigger banks from prosecution.
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