Where to watch the 2023 nominated films?
February 21, 2023
Every two years, the film industry par excellence announces this year’s titles. The biggest winner and surprise upset was the sci-fi comedy Once Upon a Time with 11 nominations, followed by The Quiet Front and Battle of Inisherin with nine nominations each. Until March 13, you have two weeks to find out: To help you out, here’s where to watch all the available picks in the law.
Top 6 best movies
All Quiet on the Front Lines
Nine nominations: Best Picture, Best International Film, Best Sound, Best Original Score, Best Special Effects, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, and Best Adapted Screenplay is now available on Netflix.
Top Gun: Maverick
Top Gun: Maverick puts Tom Cruise on a mission to get back to his old self. And he does it in every way. Six nominations: Best Picture, Best Original Song, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Sound, Best Special Effects, and Best Editing. Top Gun: Maverick is available on Amazon Prime Video with a subscription. Also available for rental on Chili, Rakuten TV, and Apple TV.
Elvis was shown in Spanish theaters last September. The film is available on HBO Max by subscription and at the box office on Apple TV, Rakuten, and Amazon Prime Video.
Eight titles: Best Picture, Best Actor (Austin Butler), Best Sound, Best Costume Design, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Design, Best Makeup, and Best Hairstyling.
Everything Everywhere All at Once
Everything Everywhere All at Once is one of the wonders of this film awards season. The film is about how an elderly Chinese man goes through a crazy game in which he can only save the world by examining other creatures related to his past life.
11 titles: Best Picture, Best Director (Deng Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), Best Actress (Michelle Yeoh), Best Supporting Actress (Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu), Best Supporting Actress (for Hui Quan), Best Original Song, Best Original Actor, Best Original Score, Best Costume Design and Best Adaptation.
At the end of March 2022, “Everything and Everywhere at Once” was released in Spain. The film is available on Movistar+ by subscription and at the box office on Amazon Prime Video, Filmin, Apple TV, and Rakuten.
Based on true events, the drama tells the story of prosecutor Julio César Strassera during the trial of Jorge Rafael Videla and nine other protagonists of the Argentine military dictatorship after the return of democracy and can be seen on: Amazon Prime Video.
The pretty girl of American indie, A24, makes its appearance with an exclusive production for Apple TV+ that could have been released in theaters: during a combat mission in Afghanistan, a soldier is seriously wounded and begins a complex and very hard process of reintegration in her native New Orleans, you can watch it on Apple TV+.