(KTLA) – The 94th Academy Awards are set to take place this Sunday, and you probably haven’t seen most of the nominated movies.
So pop your popcorn and start watching the Oscar best picture nominees before the award show takes place on March 27 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
Here’s a list of the 2022 best picture nominees and where you can watch them (some may still be playing at your local movie theatres).
The film about the child of deaf adults is available to stream for free on Apple TV+ (if you have a subscription). You can also rent it or buy it on Amazon Prime Video for $0.99 or $4.99 respectively.
DON’T LOOK UP
The sci-fi comedy with an all-star lineup including Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio and Jennifer Lawrence is available to stream for free on Netflix for those with an account.
DRIVE MY CAR
To the rejoice of Timothée Chalamet fans, the movie was initially available for free on HBO Max. But now the film based on a classic science fiction saga is only available to buy or rent. You can watch it for free on if you have a premium Hulu+ membership, for $7.99 on Youtube or for $9.99 on Apple TV+.
Based on the true story of tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams and their father Richard Williams (played by Will Smith), the film can be rented on Amazon Prime Video or on Google Play for $5.99 each.
The story of navigating a first love set in the San Fernando Valley in 1973 is available to rent on Apple TV+ for $5.99.
THE POWER OF THE DOG
The story of a domineering rancher who responds with mocking cruelty when his brother brings home a new wife and her son is free on Netflix for members.