What are the best oscar-nominated movies on Netflix that you can watch right now? We have listed a few nominees for the Oscars.
The of the streaming giant is filled with amazing masterpieces which received the appreciation of the Academy and its many members. These movies are special as they have been nominated for one of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry, the Oscars.
If you are looking for a movie to watch on Netflix and want to make sure it deserves your time, have a look at our list. Because most of the films below are the works of great minds as they have managed to deserve consideration from the Oscars. Even though that the award ceremony sometimes comes up with controversial decisions, it is usually a good idea to watch the nominee and the winner movies.
We have listed the best oscar movies on Netflix that are available as of June 2021. The titles listed below either received an award or were among the nominees.
Directed by David Fincher, Mank received two Oscars (Best Production Design and Best Cinematography).
The movie is actually a biography of Herman Jacob Mankiewicz, who was one of the most influential screenwriters of Hollywood. The biopic focuses on the process of creating Orson Welles while also showcasing a different period in Hollywood. The name of the movie, on the other hand, comes from the surname of the screenwriter, Mankiewicz.
The Two Popes
Starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce, The Two Popes was nominated for the award of Best Adapted Screenplay. The film depicted the interesting relationship between Pope Benedict XVI and his successor Pope Francis.
The film focused on the changes which took place throughout various eras of papacies. It also showed the differences and the similarities of these two men of religion. The Two Popes also has biographical elements as it also investigates some parts of Pope Francis’ life. The actors of the movie were also among the nominations. Jonathan Pryce and Sir Anthony Hopkins received nominations as well. Pryce was nominated for Best Actor and Hopkins received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
Marriage Story received lots of nominations in the Oscars like Best Picture, Best Actor/Actress, Best Original Screenplay, and Original Score for Best Picture. Laura Dern won the Best Supporting Actress award.
Starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story is a brutal and realistic depiction of marriage. The film focuses on the harsh process of divorce and how it affects people. The realistic approach of the film is quite captivating thanks to the brilliant performances of Driver and Johansson.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom won Best Makeup and Hairstyling in addition to Best Costume Design awards. The movie starred Viola Davis, Chadwick Boseman and many other talented names.
The movie follows a blues band and the relationship between its members in an amazing way. The talented actress Viola Davis gives breath to a blues singer as she finds herself in a series of events during recording sessions. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom takes viewers to Chicago of the 1920s. It is an amazing title for those who want to see the Roaring Twenties from a different perspective too.
The Danish Girl
The Danish Girl received three nominations as well. And Alicia Vikander took the Best Supporting Actress award home after her wonderful performance in the movie. The Danish Girl was also among the nominees of Best Actor, Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design awards.
The movie follows a young man called Einar Wegener who finds himself uncomfortable in his own skin. Einar goes on to a journey of understanding who Einar really is and becomes Lili, a transgender painter. The film further shows the psychologically painful process that trans people have been through.
Here are some of the best oscar movies that are available on Netflix right now. We should also note that there are many other titles that received more awards and nominations that you can watch on the platform. What are your favorites? Let us know in the comment section.