These films are nominated for the Oscars on Sunday and you can already see them all in streaming

Like last year, films released on the platforms managed to hold their own by winning a number of nominations. But before discovering the big winners at the Oscars, you have the choice to watch them all in streaming!

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This Sunday, March 27, the world of cinema will gather on the Oscars red carpet to discover the big winners of the famous statuettes. This year, the feature films put online on streaming platforms have once again won over critics and the public. Netflix pulls out of the game with a total of 27 nominations, notably with The Power of the Dog who won twelve. But its competitors are not to be outdone with two Oscar-nominated films for Prime Video and Apple TV+ (the film Coda, which is one of the favorites). As for Disney+, the platform can count on three of its films nominated in the category of Best Animated Film. Before discovering the result, did you know that all his films are already available for streaming!

The Power of the Dog, Coda… the great favorites of the Oscars!

Another favorite of this 94th Oscars ceremony, The Power of the Dog, directed by Jane Campion, follows Phil and Georges Burbank, two brothers that everything opposes. One is brilliant, cruel and feared by his peers, while the other is sociable and benevolent. Between them, they manage the largest ranch in the valley, but when George secretly marries Rose, a young widow, Phil takes a dim view of this new relationship. This one takes it into his head to annihilate it by using Rose’s son, Peter, a sensitive boy, to whom he makes life difficult. Available on Netflix since December 1, the film has been named 12 times. You will also have to rely on Don’t Look Up. Available on Netflix since December 24, this black comedy directed by Adam McKay revolves around two astronomers played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. These attempt to warn leaders and the public of an imminent threat that will befall the Earth. But their media tour will turn into a fiasco since their warnings are not heard by anyone, not even by the President of the United States. The film was nominated in four Oscar categories, including Best Picture. This year, Prime Video managed to win over critics with Being the Ricardos, available since December. This biopic allows Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem and JK Simmons to each win a nomination. Directed by Aaron Sorkin, the film highlights the relationship between Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, leading actors in the television series I Love Lucy in the 1950s. Couple on screen as in the city, they live a complicated week when they both face a huge scandal.

Tick, Tick… ​​Boom, Spencer…these other Oscar-nominated films

The Lost Daughter (Netflix) – 3 nominations
Coda (Apple TV+) – 3 nominations
macbeth (Apple TV+) – 3 nominations
Tick, Tick… ​​Boom! (Netflix) – 2 nominations
In the eyes of Tammy Faye (Disney+) – 2 nominations
spencer (Prime Video) – 1 nomination
Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney+) – 1 nomination
Luke (Disney+) – 1 nomination
The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix) – 1 nomination
A Prince in New York 2 (Prime Video) – 1 nomination

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These films are nominated for the Oscars on Sunday and you can already see them all in streaming