How to Stream Oscar Nominated Movies (2023)

Watch these Best Pictures nominees at home and choose your favorite

Want to watch an Oscar-nominated movie but missed it in the theater? No worries: You can stream most of the 10 Best Picture flicks up for the biggest entertainment award of the year from the comfort of your living room.

Where to Stream the 2023 Nominees for Best Picture

The following table provides a full list of nominees and where you can stream them. Keep reading for more detailed write-ups.

 Film Platform
All Quiet on the Western Front Netflix
Avatar: The Way of Water Not Available
The Banshees of Inisherin  HBO Max 
Elvis  HBO Max 
Everything Everywhere All at Once  Paramount+ (with Showtime) 
The Fabelmans  Rent or buy
Tár  Peacock
Top Gun: Maverick  Paramount+ 
Triangle of Sadness  Hulu
Women Talking  Amazon Prime Video 

Available on Amazon Prime Video

Amazon's streaming platform hosts one of this year's nominees.

Women Talking

Writer/director Sarah Polley's adapts the novel by Miriam Toews (itself based on real events). It tells the story of the women of a secluded Mennonite colony who, faced with rampant abuse, decide whether to stay, leave, or fight.

Available on Hulu

One Best Picture nominee is on Hulu.

Triangle of Sadness

The first English-language project from Swedish director Ruben Östlund (Force Majeure), Triangle of Sadness is a black comedy about the passengers and crew of a superyacht cruise. This film won the Palme d'Or at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.

Available on Netflix

Netflix has a range of movies available all the time, so it's not surprising that you'll find some Oscar nominees there. This awards season, however, the platform only has one nominee, which is a Netflix original.

All Quiet on the Western Front

This grim World War I title is the third film adaptation of the 1929 novel by Erich Maria Remarque, following others in 1930 and 1979. It's an unflinching, bleak depiction of the conflict which follows a young soldier as his experiences in the trenches challenge his worldview and change him physically and emotionally.

Available on HBO Max

HBO Max sports two Best Picture nominees.

The Banshees of Inisherin

Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson star as Pádraic and Colm, two longtime friends who live on an isolated Irish island. One day, Colm unceremoniously calls off the friendship, leading Pádraic wondering what he's done wrong. Not only do the two leads turn in incredible work, but the supporting cast, which includes Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan, is in top form. Banshees gets a little dark, but it's fascinating.


This biopic from director Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) stars Austin Butler as the King of Rock 'n' Roll. Normally nice guy Tom Hanks also appears as Presley's manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The story mostly focuses on their relationship as Elvis ascends to stardom.

Available on Paramount+

Two of the Best Picture nominees are available on Paramount+, but one of them requires the optional Showtime add-on.

Everything Everywhere All at Once

The multiverse has been a big topic lately, with Marvel's Loki, What If, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, along with Sony's Spider-verse movies all taking shots at the concept. This movie drops the superheroics and tells a more grounded story (although the stakes are equally high). Michelle Yeoh stars as Evelyn, a woman whose endless hobbies make her the ultimate multiversal warrior charged with saving all of existence. Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Stephanie Hsu round out the amazing ensemble cast.

To watch this movie on Paramount+, you may need to buy the Showtime add-on.

Top Gun: Maverick

The surprise crowd-pleaser of the year brings back Tom Cruise as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, who's training a new batch of Navy pilots. It's been 30 years since the original, which has only given Cruise plenty of time to think up more shocking aerial stunts for Maverick to pull off.

Available on Peacock

NBC/Universal's streaming platform has a single Best Picture nominee.


Cate Blanchett stars as Lydia Tár, a celebrated composer and conductor. The story follows Tár through her downfall due to a series of scandals, accusations, and bad decisions. Along with the Best Picture nod, Tár is up for five other awards, including Blanchett's eighth acting nomination.

Not Currently Available

Because some of the nominees are still playing in theaters, they aren't presently available for streaming. You'll have to wait to catch Avatar: The Way of Water and The Fabelmans on subscription streaming platforms, but you may be able to rent or buy them through services like Apple Movies and Amazon Prime Video.

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