How to watch every Oscars Best Picture nominee before the big night this 13 March 2023

Here’s where to find the 10 movies vying for the 95th Academy’s top prize

Haven’t been able to watch the 10 movies up for Best Picture at the 2023 Oscars? Leave the house for the theatre or rent, buy or stream. We highly suggest seeing each and every film if you have the time; a few of the top titles competing in the category include Everything Everywhere All at OnceThe Banshees of Inisherin and Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans—favoured in that order. The 95th Academy Awards airs on Monday, 13 March 2023 (8am to 11am), on ABC, and you may see it on YouTube TV or Fubo TV, if you have a VPN. Here’s how and where you can see the 2023 Best Picture nominees.

How to watch All Quiet on the Western Front 

All Quiet on the Western Front is streaming exclusively on Netflix, where it was first released back in October. The historical drama is an adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s bestselling novel from 1928. Though, the endings differ. As the title suggests, it follows Paul (Felix Kammerer), a young German soldier on the Western Front during World War I. If you enjoyed the Oscar-winning flick 1917, this is right up your alley.

How to watch Avatar: The Way of Water  

If any movie deserves to be watched in theaters, it’s Avatar: The Way of Water. In fact, that’s the only way you can see it. James Cameron’s highly anticipated (and long-awaited) sequel has become the world’s third highest-grossing movie of all time. If you didn’t know, first place belongs to its predecessor. The saga tells the story of Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) who are struggling to keep their family together while navigating a dying planet.

How to watch Elvis  

You can rent or buy Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis right now on Google Play or Apple TV. The biopic hit theatres in June 2022 and is still playing in select theatres like Cathay Cineplex and The Projector. The film stars Austin Butler, who plays The King, and Tom Hanks as the exploitative manager Tom Parker. Butler is up for Best Actor for his portrayal of Presley. He reportedly spent three years preparing for the role, so it would appear all that method acting paid off.

How to watch Everything Everywhere All at Once  

Everything Everywhere All at Once is the movie everyone can’t stop talking about. Luckily, if you haven’t seen it, there’s more than one place to find it. The Best Picture front-runner is available for streaming on meWatch or Apple TV. You can also rent or buy it on Apple TV. It also has been re-released in theatres such as The Projector, Golden Village and Cathay Cineplex for a limited time. Michelle Yeoh who plays Evelyn Wang is nominated for Best Actress, making history as the first Asian woman to be recognised in the category. The sci-fi comedy follows Wang through parallel universes as she takes on a superhero-type role to battle evil and save the world.

How to watch Tár 

The Oscar-nominated film Tár is showing at Shaw Theatre Lido and The Projector for a limited time. The drama centres around Lydia Tár, a renowned female composer and conductor who’s getting ready to lead the Berlin Philharmonic. Cate Blanchett is a contender for Best Actress for her performance.

How to watch The Banshees of Inisherin  

If you subscribe to Disney+, then you can watch The Banshees of Inisherin for free on 15 March. For now, you’ll have to pay for it at the Projector. Colin Farrell, who plays Pádraic Súilleabháin, is nominated for Best Actor alongside costars and fellow Irish actors Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan who are recognized in the Supporting Actor and Actress categories. Set on the remote, fictional island of Inisherin, it follows two lifelong friends whose relationship comes to a painful end.

How to watch The Fabelmans 

The Fabelmans isn’t on any of the streamers, however, you can watch it in select theatres like The Projector and Golden Village. The cast of Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-nominated drama includes Gabriel LaBell, Michelle Williams, Paul Dano and Seth Rogen. The plot is semi-biographical, taking heavy inspiration from the filmmaker’s upbringing and the ways in which his family shaped his early life and career.

How to watch Top Gun: Maverick  

Fans of the 1986 original film rejoiced when Top Gun: Maverick made its theatrical debut in May. Now, you can watch the blockbuster sequel by paying for it on Youtube, Google Play and Apple TV. Additionally, you can watch at Cathay Cineplex or WE Cinemas . Tom Cruise reprised his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell and co-produced the second instalment. Miles Teller and Glen Powell also joined the ensemble.

How to watch Triangle of Sadness 

Triangle of Sadness can be watched exclusively at The Projector for now as it has not been released in any streaming service in Singapore. In the wealth satire, a supermodel couple boards a luxury yacht. However, when the ship is stuck by a storm, all hell breaks loose. Did we mention Woody Harrelson was cast as the captain?

How to watch Women Talking  

Just like Avatar: The Way of WaterWomen Talking is not available on any streaming service—the #MeToo movie is only playing in The Projector theatre. The film is an adaptation of Miriam Toews’s 2018 novel that was based on true events that occurred in a Mennonite colony in Bolivia. It stars female powerhouses such as Frances McDormand, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley and Rooney Mara.

This article was first published on Robb Report USA