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Where to Watch Every 2018 Oscar Nominee

by | February 22, 2018 | Comments

We know that not every film nominated for an Academy Award opened in as many theaters as a Dunkirk, a Get Out, or a Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which means there are probably a lot of nominees you haven’t yet had the chance to see. With that in mind, since the Oscars will be upon us in a little over a week, we thought it might be nice to look at every single movie nominated for any award and tell you where you can watch them all to catch up before the big night. See below for the full list of 44 movies and the various ways in which you can enjoy them, ordered by number of nominations from most to fewest.


The Shape of Water (2017) 92%

(Photo by Kerry Hayes/Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Sally Hawkins and Doug Jones star in Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi romance about a mute woman during the Cold War who falls in love with the humanoid aquatic creature being kept in captivity in the top secret lab where she works.

Nominated for:  Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Costume Design, Film Editing, Original Score, Production Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Dunkirk (2017) 93%

(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros.)

Christopher Nolan’s ensemble World War II film depicts the incredible evacuation of Allied forces from the French beaches of Dunkirk from three different perspectives.

Nominated for: Best Picture, Best Director, Cinematography, Editing, Original Score, Production Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) 91%

(Photo by Merrick Morton/Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Nominated for six Academy Awards, this dark comedy from Martin McDonagh stars Frances McDormand as a frustrated mother who confronts the local police when their investigation into her daughter’s murder comes up short.

Nominated for: Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor (2), Original Screenplay, Film Editing, Original Score

Where to Watch: In theaters | Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Darkest Hour (2017) 84%

(Photo by Jack English/Focus Features)

Gary Oldman is a frontrunner for the Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s drama about the newly appointed Prime Minister as he attempts to navigate the early days of World War II.

Nominated for:  Best Picture, Best Actor, Cinematography, Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling, Production Design

Where to Watch: In theaters | Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Phantom Thread (2018) 91%

(Photo by Focus Features)

In what he asserts will be his final role, Daniel Day-Lewis stars in Paul Thomas Anderson’s drama about a 1950s London fashion designer and the strong-willed woman who becomes his muse and lover.

Nominated for:  Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Costume Design, Original Score

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Blade Runner 2049 (2017) 88%

(Photo by Stephen Vaughan/Warner Bros.)

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford star in Denis Villeneuve’s sequel to the Ridley Scott sci-fi classic, focusing on a new blade runner who discovers a secret and seeks the help of Rick Deckard to unravel it.

Nominated for: Cinematography, Production Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Lady Bird (2017) 99%

(Photo by A24)

Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf star in Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut, a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age comedy about a high school senior living in Sacramento who longs to leave her suburban hometown behind for New York City.

Nominated for:  Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay

Where to Watch: Digital video | Pre-order: DVD/Blu-ray

 


Call Me by Your Name (2018) 95%

(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics)

Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer star in this romantic drama about an American 17-year-old from a privileged family spending his summer in Italy who falls in love with an older doctorate student interning for his father.

Nominated for:  Best Picture, Best Actor, Adapted Screenplay, Original Song

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Get Out (2017) 98%

(Photo by Universal Pictures)

Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams star in Jordan Peele’s smash hit directorial debut, a thriller about a black man who’s invited to his white girlfriend’s hometown for a weekend and discovers some disturbing secrets about her family.

Nominated for: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Original Screenplay

Where to Watch: HBO Now, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) 90%

(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)

Rian Johnson helms the latest chapter of the Star Wars saga, which finds Rey (Daisy Ridley) seeking Jedi training from Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) as the rest of the resistance attempts to avoid being destroyed by Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and the First Order.

Nominated for: Original Score, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects

Where to Watch: Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Mudbound (2017) 97%

(Photo by Netflix)

Carey Mulligan and Jason Clarke star in Dee Rees’ Netflix original film about two Mississippi farming families struggling to eke out livings for themselves on opposite sides of a social barrier.

Nominated for: Best Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Original Song

Where to Watch: Netflix

 


Baby Driver (2017) 92%

(Photo by Wilson Webb/TriStar Pictures)

Ansel Elgort and Kevin Spacey star in Edgar Wright’s musically enhanced action film about an eccentric getaway driver who finds himself on the run after a heist gone wrong.

Nominated for: Film Editing, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


I, Tonya (2018) 90%

(Photo by Frank Masi/30West)

Margot Robbie, Allison Janney, and Sebastian Stan star in Craig Gillespie’s dramatization of the life of Tonya Harding, the American figure skater best known for her involvement in the attack on rival skater Nancy Kerrigan in 1994.

Nominated for: Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Film Editing

Where to Watch: Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Beauty and the Beast (2017) 71%

(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star in Bill Condon’s live-action Disney adaptation of the studio’s own take on the classic tale of a young woman held captive by an angry beast who was once a prince.

Nominated for: Costume Design, Production Design

Where to Watch: Netflix, Digital video

 


Coco (2017) 97%

(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)

The latest offering from Pixar centers on a young boy named Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) who travels to the Land of the Dead and discovers why his family forbids him from pursuing his dream to become a musician.

Nominated for:  Best Animated Feature, Original Song

Where to Watch: Digital video

 


The Post (2018) 88%

(Photo by Niko Tavernise/20th Century Fox Film Corp.)

Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star in Steven Spielberg’s account of the Washington Post’s race to scoop the New York Times on a story about the Pentagon Papers in the early 1970s.

Nominated for:  Best Picture, Best Actress

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video

 


Victoria & Abdul (2017) 66%

(Photo by Peter Mountain/Focus Features)

Judi Dench and Ali Fazal star in Stephen Frears’ drama centering on the unlikely friendship that developed between Queen Victoria and a young clerk from India.

Nominated for: Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (2017) 93%

(Photo by Sean Lynes/Kartemquin Films courtesy Everett Collection)

This documentary centers on the Chinese immigrant family who owned and operated the Abacus Federal Savings bank in New York, the only bank to face criminal charges in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.

Nominated for:  Best Documentary

Where to Watch: Amazon Prime, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


All the Money in the World (2017) 80%

(Photo by Giles Keyte/TriStar Pictures)

Ridley Scott’s based-on-true-events drama stars Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg, and Christopher Plummer (who famously replaced Kevin Spacey in the role on short notice due to sexual harassment allegations) in the story of the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III and his mother’s efforts to get her father-in-law, billionaire J. Paul Getty, to pay the ransom.

Nominated for: Best Supporting Actor

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Big Sick (2017) 98%

(Photo by Lionsgate)

Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan star in this romantic comedy based on the true story of Nanjiani’s unusual and precarious courtship with his wife, Emily.

Nominated for: Original Screenplay

Where to Watch: Amazon Prime, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Boss Baby (2017) 53%

(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)

Alec Baldwin lends his voice to this animated comedy about a domineering infant who wears a suit and both directly and indirectly dictates the behavior of his new family.

Nominated for: Best Animated Feature

Where to Watch: Netflix, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Breadwinner (2017) 95%

(Photo by GKids)

This animated film centers on a young girl living in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan who dresses up as a boy in order to find work and help support her family after her father is unjustly arrested.

Nominated for: Best Animated Feature

Where to Watch: Netflix, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Disaster Artist (2017) 91%

(Photo by A24)

James Franco and Dave Franco star in this comedy drama based on the making of The Room, a film of notoriously ill repute by an unusual Hollywood hopeful of mysterious origin named Tommy Wiseau, who not only starred in the film but also financed it, wrote it, and directed it himself.

Nominated for: Adapted Screenplay

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Faces Places (Visages, villages) (2017) 99%

(Photo by Cohen Media Group)

This documentary — one of the few films to be Certified Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer — charts the relationship between filmmaker Agnès Varda and photographer JR.

Nominated for:  Best Documentary

Where to Watch: Pre-order: DVD/Blu-ray

 


A Fantastic Woman (Una mujer fantástica) (2018) 94%

(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics)

This drama from Chile depicts the complicated aftermath of a man’s death and its impact on his trans lover.

Nominated for:  Best Foreign Language Film

Where to Watch: Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Ferdinand (2017) 71%

(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)

John Cena, Kate McKinnon, and Gina Rodriguez lend their voices to this animated film based on the popular children’s tale about a peace-loving bull who must find his way back home when he is mistaken for a dangerous beast and captured.

Nominated for:  Best Animated Feature

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Florida Project (2017) 96%

(Photo by A24)

Willem Dafoe earned a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his role in this small drama about a single mother and her six-year-old daughter trying to make ends meet while living in a motel in Orlando.

Nominated for: Best Supporting Actor

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Greatest Showman (2017) 56%

(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)

Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, and Michelle Williams star in this musical biopic telling the life story of P.T. Barnum, the famous circus mastermind who helped popularize the attraction worldwide.

Nominated for: Original Song

Where to Watch: In theaters | Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) 85%

(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Walt Disney Studios)

Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, and the rest of the crew return for the second installment of this wildly popular Marvel space adventure, which finds the Guardians struggling to keep their family united in the face of a grave galactic threat and secrets from their pasts.

Nominated for: Visual Effects

Where to Watch: Netflix, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Icarus (2017) 94%

(Photo by Netflix)

In this Netflix original documentary, director Bryan Fogel enlists the help of a Russian scientist to explore doping in sports, only to later discover that the same scientist is at the center of an international Olympic conspiracy.

Nominated for: Best Documentary

Where to Watch: Netflix

 


The Insult (L'insulte) (2018) 86%

(Photo by Cohen Media Group)

This Beirut-set drama centers on two men from different backgrounds who find themselves on opposite sides of a legal conflict.

Nominated for: Best Foreign Language Film

Where to Watch: In theaters

 


Kong: Skull Island (2017) 75%

(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)

Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, and John Goodman star in this reimagining of the classic tale, which finds a group of adventurers traveling to a secret island where giant creatures live, untouched by humanity, and one ape in particular reigns supreme.

Nominated for:  Visual Effects

Where to Watch: HBO Now, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray


Last Men in Aleppo (2017) 97%

(Photo by Grasshopper Films courtesy Everett Collection)

This documentary from Syrian director Firas Fayyad focuses on founding members of the White Helmets, a group of ordinary citizens striving to save lives on the ground amid violent unrest in the titular city.

Nominated for:  Best Documentary

Where to Watch: Netflix, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray


Logan (2017) 93%

(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)

Hugh Jackman’s swan song as Wolverine catches up with him as an aging, broken man who takes to the road with Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and a young mutant (Dafne Keen) in hopes of delivering her to freedom.

Nominated for: Adapted Screenplay

Where to Watch: HBO Now, Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Loveless (Nelyubov) (2018) 94%

(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics)

This drama from Russia centers on a separating couple whose divorce is upended by the disappearance of their son.

Nominated for:  Best Foreign Language Film

Where to Watch: Digital Video | Pre-order: Digital video

 


Loving Vincent (2017) 85%

(Photo by Good Deed Entertainment courtesy Everett Collection)

Chris O’Dowd, Saoirse Ronan, Helen McRory, and Douglas Booth are among the actors who lend their voices to this paint-animated film telling Vincent Van Gogh’s life story.

Nominated for: Best Animated Feature

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Marshall (2017) 80%

(Photo by Barry Wetcher/Open Road Films courtesy Everett Collection)

Chadwick Boseman stars as the titular supreme court justice early in his career as he takes on a segregationist judge with the help of a young assistant.

Nominated for: Original Song

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Molly's Game (2018) 82%

(Photo by STX Entertainment)

Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba star in Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, telling the real life story of former world-class skier Molly Bloom, who ran a high-stakes poker game for celebrities and — unknowingly — the Russian mob.

Nominated for: Adapted Screenplay

Where to Watch: Pre-order: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


On Body and Soul (A Teströl és Lélekröl) (2018) 90%

(Photo by Netflix)

Netflix picked up this Certified Fresh drama from Hungary about two people who discover they share the same dream every night and attempt to recreate the emotions of that dream in reality.

Nominated for:  Best Foreign Language Film

Where to Watch: Netflix

 


Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017) 53%

(Photo by Columbia Pictures)

Denzel Washington and Colin Farrell star in Dan Gilroy’s drama about an driven, idealistic defense attorney who compromises his ideals after he joins a new firm.

Nominated for: Best Actor

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


The Square (2017) 85%

(Photo by Magnolia Pictures)

Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s existential drama unfolds after an artist’s new project gathers momentum at an awkward time in his private life.

Nominated for:  Best Foreign Language Film

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Strong Island (2017) 100%

(Photo by Netflix)

This documentary chronicles the roots of director Yance Ford’s family, leading up to the 1992 murder of his own brother William Jr. and the aftereffects of the tragedy.

Nominated for: Best Documentary

Where to Watch: Netflix

 


War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) 94%

(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)

Andy Serkis returns as ape leader Caesar in the third installment of the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise, which finds the apes squaring off against a ruthless colonel bent on eradicating all threats to humans.

Nominated for: Visual Effects

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

 


Wonder (2017) 85%

(Photo by Dale Robinette/Lionsgate)

Owen Wilson, Julia Roberts, and Jacob Tremblay star in this heartfelt drama about a disfigured boy who struggles for acceptance when he enrolls in public school for the first time as a fifth grader.

Nominated for: Makeup and Hairstyling

Where to Watch: Digital video, DVD/Blu-ray

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