2021 wasn’t 2020, but it wasn’t quite normal either. This was especially true for movie buffs. Thanks to life-saving COVID-19 vaccines, many of us return to theaters for the first time in more than a year to watch the biggest blockbusters.
However, COVID-19 is still too much of a threat, and the new versions make overcrowded theater a risk that many would not want to take. Thankfully, it’s easier than ever to watch everything from arthouse flicks to studio tents online. May be some companies don’t like it i can see matrix resurrectionFirst day at home via HBO Max, but I appreciate the flexibility.
Another year of movies means another Academy Award. The Oscars returns to ABC on Sunday, March 27, to celebrate the silver screen and its biggest stars. We recently learned which films were nominated for the 94th annual ceremony, and once again movies backed by streaming services continue to earn huge praise from the Hollywood community, which was once hostile to them. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has acknowledged that Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and others now make original, Oscar-caliber movies. Luckily for streaming fans, that means there’s nothing stopping you from watching these contenders at home before the main event.
Here’s how you can watch Oscar-nominated movies of 2021 online. A select few movies are not yet available to watch digitally, but that should change in the future.
Director Kenneth Branagh bears his dramatic spirit in this coming-of-age tale set during The Troubles in Northern Ireland. BelfastBelfast Available for purchase online through Amazon or similar services.
Coda (Apple TV+)
codacoda Tells the story of an only hearing member in a deaf family (a child of deaf adults) and the unique struggles she faces. Apple is committed to making Apple TV+ the home of quality movies, and that’s where you can stream the flick.
Don’t Watch (Netflix)
Adam McKay and his celebrity friends give a blunt allegory to the impending climate disaster that may be the most tense “comedy” ever. Before the world ends, see don’t look upDon’t watch on netflix.
Drive My Car (still in theaters)
Taking inspiration from many Haruki Murakami short stories, drive my carDrive My Car follows the personal crisis of a theater actor as he attempts to direct a Chekhov play. Many acclaimed international movies eventually find their way to US streaming services, but for now you’ll have to wait until you can rent or buy it.
Denis Villeneuve finally gives these giant sand worms the love they deserve in this gorgeous adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel—or, at least the first part of it. Like fellow Warner Bros. films, DuneDune Appeared for a limited time on HBO Max. You can rent or buy the movie now as you wait for it to return.
King Richard (Buy)
Will Smith transformed himself into Richard Williams, the father who coached daughters Venus and Serena into tennis royalty. like a doon, King Richard Initially premiered on HBO Max for a limited time. You’ll have to buy it until it comes back.
Licorice Pizza (still in theaters)
Paul Thomas Anderson returns to young California adulthood in the shadows of New Hollywood in the early 1970s with this nostalgic look. An Undisputed Writer, PTA Made Sure You Must See Licorice Pizza First in cinemas. There’s no word on when it will hit the streaming service or digital platform.
Nightmare Alley (Hulu / HBO Max)
Guillermo del Toro follows his Oscar winner water size With another freak show. A new adaptation of the 1946 novel, nightmare alley Dark Carnival mixes film noir thrills with delight. Stream it now on Hulu and HBO Max.
Dog Power (Netflix)
Jane Campion’s western drama adaptation earned the most Oscar nominations this year. If you want to return a winning horse, see dog powerThe Power of the Dog on Netflix.
West Side Story (Disney+/HBO Max)
Who would dare to remake one of the most important and beloved musicals of all time? Steven Spielberg. Music practically demands a show on the big screen with a huge energetic crowd, so we’re not surprised. story of the west Went with a theater-only approach. If you can wait until March 2, the film will be streaming on Disney+ and HBO Max.
actor in a leading role
- Javier Bardem- Being Ricardo (Amazon Prime Video)
- Benedict Cumberbatch- dog power (Netflix)
- Andrew Garfield- Tick, tick… BOOM! (Netflix)
- Will Smith- King Richard (Purchase)
- Denzel Washington- the tragedy of macbeth (Apple TV+)
actress in a leading role
- Jessica Chastain- Tammy Faye eyes (HBO Max)
- Olivia Colman- lost daughter (Netflix)
- Penelope Cruz- parallel moms ,currently not streaming,
- Nicole Kidman- Being Ricardo (Amazon Prime Video)
- Kristen Stewart- wig (Hulu)
Actor in a Supporting Role
actress in supporting role
- Jesse Buckley- lost daughter (Netflix)
- Ariana Debos- West Side Story (March 2 on Disney+/HBO Max)
- Judi Dench- Belfast (Purchase)
- Kirsten Dunst- dog power (Netflix)
- Ajonew Ellis- King Richard (Purchase)
animated feature film
international feature film
- drive my car- Japan
- Escape- Denmark (Hulu)
- hand of god Italy (Netflix)
- Lunana: A yak in class- Bhutan (Roku/Vudu)
- Worst man in the world- Norway
documentary short subject
animated short film
- case of art
- Robin Robin (Netflix)
- windshield wiper (youtube)
live action short film
- ala kachuu (official site)
- long goodbye
- on my mine
- Please hold