Where Can You See All of the Best Picture Nominated Films?
The Oscar Nominations were announced earlier today, and if you're the type of person that likes to see all of the films nominated for Best Picture, we've created a little local "cheat sheet" for you.
- Black Panther - This blockbuster was released almost a year ago and is now available on Netflix. Unfortunately, it is no longer playing in any local theaters.
- BlacKkKlansman - This Spike Lee-directed film was released on August 16, 2018. It is currently not playing in theaters, but it may be re-released now that is has been nominated for Best Picture. It is also available to purchase or rent on all streaming platforms.
- Bohemian Rhapsody - The Freddy Mercury biopic was released in November and according to BoxOfficeMojo.com, has earned almost $800 million worldwide. It is still playing daily at the AMC Hamilton 24.
- The Favourite - This film features 3 nominated actresses. Olivia Colman is nominated for Best Actress and Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz will compete for Best Supporting Actress. It currently is playing twice a day at the AMC Hamilton 24.
- Green Book - This film is showing daily at both the Princeton Garden Theater and the AMC Hamilton 24. It features Best Actor nominee, Vigo Mortensen, and Best Supporting Actor nominee, Mahershala Ali.
- Roma - This Netflix film, directed by Golden Globes winner, Alfonso Cuaron, cannot be seen in theaters, but obviously, can be watched on Netflix.
- A Star Is Born - Lots of people will be rooting for this movie and it's two lead actors, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, to win on Oscars night. Although it was just released on DVD and for streaming, it is still showing several times a day at the AMC Hamilton 24.
- Vice - Best Actor Nominee, Christian Bale, plays former Vice President, Dick Cheney, in this Oscar Nominated film. It is currently playing at both the AMC Marketfair 10 and AMC Hamilton 24.
By the way, on February 16th and 23rd, select AMC Theaters will be hosting their annual "Best Picture Showcase." This event usually gives people a chance to see all of the Best Picture nominated films over two Saturdays.
According to Moviefone.com (and several other sources), this year's showcase at AMC Theaters will not include the Netflix film Roma.