Guide to Streaming the Latest Oscar-Winning Movies

Published March 11, 2024

Now that the Oscars have concluded, the award-winning movies are ready to be enjoyed from the comfort of home. Accessible across various streaming platforms, these cinematic masterpieces are just a few clicks away.

Peacock Presents 'Oppenheimer'

Christopher Nolan's 'Oppenheimer,' bagging a whopping 7 awards, including Best Picture, is streaming exclusively on Peacock. Featuring a stellar performance by Cillian Murphy as the titular character, the film delves into the complexities of the Manhattan Project. For those who prefer, it's also available for rental or purchase on platforms like YouTube, Apple TV, and Prime Video.

Hulu's Hit Film 'Poor Things'

Blending dark comedy and Victorian fantasy, 'Poor Things' secured 4 Oscar wins and streams on Hulu. With Emma Stone leading the cast, the film provokes as much as it entertains. It's also up for grabs on digital platforms such as Prime Video and Apple TV.

'Barbie' Shines on Max

The unique live-action film 'Barbie' celebrates a single Oscar victory and is available for streaming on Max. Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling star in this cultural phenomenon that's also rentable across various digital services.

Discover 'The Last Repair Shop' on Disney+

For documentary enthusiasts, 'The Last Repair Shop' streams on Disney+ after winning the documentary short category. Delve into a heartwarming story that speaks to universal themes of preservation and memory.

More Films Across Different Platforms

Various other Oscar winners can be found on multiple streaming services. 'American Fiction' and 'The Holdovers' are on MGM+ and Peacock respectively, with digital purchase options also available. '20 Days in Mariupol,' a powerful documentary feature, can be streamed on YouTube as part of the PBS offerings and on other purchase platforms. Miyazaki’s 'The Boy and The Heron' can be found for rental on Apple TV.

From animated fantasies to gripping documentaries and creative tales, this year's selection of Oscar-winning films offers a diversity of genres and experiences for movie lovers everywhere.

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