How to Watch Oscar nominated movies?

How to catch up on Oscar-nominated movies

XXX TRUMBO-TR_01117_R_CROP_RGB.JPG A ENTIf you missed 'Trumbo' (starring Bryan Cranston), you're in luck.(Photo: Hilary Bronwyn Gail, Bleecker Street)

Are you late to the Oscars game? We’ve got your back. Here’s a look at streaming and video-on-demand options for some of the hottest Academy Awards-nominated titles.

NETFLIX

Oscar-nominated documentaries abound on Netflix, including Winter on Fire, What Happened Miss Simone? and Cartel Land, plus documentary shorts Last Day of Freedom, Chau, Beyond the Lines and the animated short World of Tomorrow. Plus, you can still check out the Netflix original Beasts of No Nation, just to see why critics were so riled up about Idris Elba’s supporting actor snub.

HBO

HBO (and its digital arms HBO Go and HBO Now) is offering Mad Max: Fury Road (nominated for 10 Oscars) and Fifty Shades of Grey (hey, it’s up for best original song!). On HBO Go and HBO Now, subscribers will also find past Oscar-winning fare like Milk and The Departed. Just look for a collection called '63 Oscars, ' a title that notes how many golden statues those movies won.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' puts Charlize Theron (pictured

'Mad Max: Fury Road' puts Charlize Theron (pictured with Nicholas Hoult and Riley Keough) in the driver's seat. (Photo: Jasin Boland, Warner Bros. Pictures)

TIME WARNER CABLE

Subscribers are in luck: You can catch up on awards season quickly via Time Warner's special 'Awards Season' movies on demand category, featuring 30 Oscar-nominated films available for rent (.99-.99) including Straight Outta Compton, The Martian, Amy, Mad Max: Fury Road and Steve Jobs. Snubbed fare is available, too, including Johnny Depp's Black Mass. The collection will be up until March 7 (just look under the 'Enjoy Better' category).

COMCAST

Comcast Xfinity TV has stocked lots of nominees on demand, including Trumbo, The Danish Girl, Bridge of Spies, Room, Steve Jobs, The Martian, Straight Outta Compton, Mad Max: Fury Road and Amy (fees vary). And thanks to a new partnership with ABC and the Oscars, Comcast Xfinity TV is also offering a new ‘Best of Oscars’ video collection from past Academy Awards broadcasts, from memorable speeches to tear-jerking moments.

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