Where to see (and when) the most nominated films for the Oscars

Some titles are familiar to movie fans, others have not reached the country, but already have a release date. Are the most Oscar nominated films and the idea is that you can see them before the gala that will take place on March 12.

This is a guide so that in addition to knowing where and from when you can see them, you know what they are about. He has a movie buff plan for several weeks.

11 nominations
Everything everywhere at the same time – It was already on the billboard and now you can only rent it on clear Video and Apple TV. The film is directed and written by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, both nominated for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.

Starring Michelle Yeoh (Best Actress nominee), Ke Huy Quan (Best Supporting Actor nominee), and Stephanie Hsu and Jamie Lee Curtis (both Best Supporting Actress nominees). The film tells of the wild events that take place after an interdimensional rupture alters reality and Evelyn (Yeoh), a Chinese immigrant to the United States, is thrown into a wild adventure in which only she can save the world.

9 nominations

the spirits of the island – It hits the billboard in Colombia on February 2. Its original title is The Banshees of Inisherinby Anglo-Irish director Martin McDonagh and had its world premiere at the last Venice International Film Festival.

The film tells the story of two lifelong friends (Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, both nominated in the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor categories respectively) who find themselves at a dead end when one abruptly ends their relationship.

All Quiet at the Front (Germany) – Also with 9 nominations you can see it on Netflix. Directed by German filmmaker Edward Berger, the war film tells the story of 17-year-old Paul who joins the Western Front in World War I and his initial enthusiasm is soon shattered by the grim reality of life in the trenches.

It is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film, Best Cinematography, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Score, Best Picture, Best Production Design, Best Sound, Best Effects, and Best Adapted Screenplay.

8 nominations

Elvis – can be seen on HBO Max
Created by the director of the mythical musical Moulin Rouge (2001), Baz Luhrmann, Elvis It focuses on the artist’s life through the prism of his complicated relationship with Colonel Tom Parker, his enigmatic manager, played by Tom Hanks.

Its protagonist Austin Butler got his first Oscar nomination for Best Actor.

7 nominations

The Fabelmans (Spielberg’s) – On theaters since January 26 is an autobiographical drama inspired by the childhood and youth of director Steven Spielberg who nostalgically portrays his first years of life, printing this stamp on even the most bitter moments of his adolescence that marked the future of his artistic work.

Spierberg is nominated for Best Director and with this he completes his ninth in this category.

6 nominations
– It hits theaters on February 23

Starring Cate Blanchet and premiered in Venice, Tar, by Todd Field, tells the dark story of a woman called to be the first to conduct a prestigious German orchestra. Cate Blanchet earned her eighth nomination in acting categories (she has won two: for Best Actress in 2014, for Blue Jasmine, and for Best Supporting Actress in The Aviator in 2005).

Top Gun: Maverick – It can be seen on Paramount+, Star+, Claro Video and it also got 6 nominations.

This film starring Tom Cruise is the second part of the film that follows the story of naval aviator Pete “Maverick” Mitchel, and takes up the story directed by Tony Scott in 1986 and portrays the aviator 36 years later, now as a pilot instructor that he will have to face one last mission.

It is in the category of Best Picture, Best Editing, Best Original Song for Hold my hand by Lady Gaga and BloodPop, Best Sound, Best Visual Effects and Best Adapted Screenplay.

Tom Cruise, as the producer of the film, aspires to win his first Oscar by being in the Best Picture category. The actor has been nominated three times in acting categories and has never won.

5 nominations

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Starting February 1 on Disney+

It was the only film from Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to earn nominations. The story shows how Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje fight to protect their nation from the interference of world powers in the wake of the death of King T’Challa.

The big winner in the awards season is Angela Bassett who aspires to win the first Oscar in the category of best supporting actress.

4 nominations

Avatar: The Way of Water – Still on the billboard

One of the most expensive films of all time is in the running for Best Picture and revisits the story of Jake and Neytiri, who, this time as an adult couple with five teenage children, have the same goal of saving their planet, Pandora.

This tape could not emulate what was done by the first Avatar that got 9 nominations in 2010.

3 nominations

The Whale – In cinemas from February 2

The protagonist of this film, Brendan Fraser, was crowned best actor at the recent Critics Choice Awards in this project that gave the actor an enormous physical transformation when he played a morbidly obese professor and returned him to the front lines of Hollywood.

This is the first time that the performer of movies like The Mummy and George of the Jungle, one of the most popular actors in the late 1990s whose career has been full of ups and downs, has received an Academy Award nomination.

Babylon – It’s already on the billboard

It also garnered 3 nominations for Best Costume Design, Best Soundtrack, and Best Production Design.

Starring Margot Robie, Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire and Diego Calva, this film chronicles the decadence, depravity and outrageous excesses that lead to the rise and fall of various ambitious dreamers in 1920s Hollywood.

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Where to see (and when) the most nominated films for the Oscars

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