Where To Stream Best Picture Nominees Of Oscars 2022?

Some truly awe inspiring films are heading to the Oscars and you cannot miss them!

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Where to Stream Best Picture Nominees Of Oscars 2022?
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The various nominations of Oscars 2022 have been announced. Among the many categories, the most interesting one is definitely the “Best Picture”.

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Although 2021 was a year marred by the Pandemic, the industry, being resilient as ever, still gave us some solid movies. And each of the nominees of Best Picture is worth a watch.

This guide will tell you what films those are and also where to watch them online. So without further ado, let’s get right to it!

The Power Of The Dog

“The Power of the Dog” is an intense psychological drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kristen Durst, and Kodi Smit-McPhee. Moreover the film is ruling the Academy awards this time around with 12 nominations received in various categories.

The film is available to stream exclusively on Netflix. If you want to know more about it check out this article right here.

Dune

“Dune” is one of the biggest films to release last year and feels like the start to a massive sci-fi franchise. Starring Timothee Chalamet, it is set in a distant future where our main character must travel to a dangerous planet to fulfill his destiny.

Another titan of this year’s Academy Awards has 10 nominations in total. Furthermore you can watch it right now on HBO Max. If you want to know more, check out our article about it right here.

Belfast

“Belfast” is semi autobiographical drama based on the life of Kenneth Branagh. Also, the film has 7 nominations in the Academy awards. Unfortunately, the film is not available to stream in the traditional manner. But you can buy it digitally through Amazon Prime Video or Apple TV+.

West Side Story

“West Side Story” is musical romantic drama directed by the legendary director Steven Spielberg. The film has 7 nominations in the Oscars. Unfortunately, the film is still running in select theatres so it is not available to stream for now.

King Richard

“King Richard” is a film based on the life of Henry Williams, father of Tennis athletes Serena and Venus films. Also it stars the massively popular actor Will Smith. Moreover it has 6 nominations in the Academy awards.

Unfortunately, the film is not available to stream in the traditional manner. But you can buy it digitally through Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+.

Don’t Look Up

“Don’t Look Up” is a fantastic satirical comedy drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. Also, the film has nominations in the Academy awards in 4 categories. And it is available to stream exclusively on Netflix. If you want to know more, check out our article about it right here.

Nightmare Alley

“Nightmare Alley” is an intense psychological thriller directed by the legendary Guillermo del Toro. Furthermore, the film has 4 nominations in the Oscars. But unluckily, the film is not available to stream anywhere right now.

Drive My Car

“Drive My Car” is a Japanese romantic drama film about a widowed actor and his young driver. Even though the film is not part of Hollywood, it is still rocking the Oscars with 4 nominations. But, unfortunately, the film is not available to stream online in any way for now.

CODA

“CODA” is a coming of age comedy drama about girl called Ruby, who is also the only hearing member of her deaf family. The film is available to stream on Apple TV+. If you want to know more about it, you can check out our article about it right here.

Licorice Pizza

“Licorice Pizza” is a coming of age drama based on the the real Hollywood-set memories of director Paul Thomas Anderson and his friend Gary Goetzman. The film is currently not available to stream online.

That’s all the films that have been nominated for best picture in the Oscars 2022. And we now hope you have a better idea of how to watch these great flicks online. What are your thoughts on the nominations? Who do you think will win? Let us know in the comment section below.

Rahul Srivastava

Rahul Srivastava

Fan of all things tv shows, anime and movies, with a love for gaming.