How to watch all of the 2020 Best Picture Oscar nominees

Here's the best way to catch up on all the nominees.

Scenes from "Little Women," "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood," and "Ford v. Ferrari." –Associated Press

With the Academy Awards being held a few weeks earlier than normal this year, some people likely struggled to catch up on all of the Best Picture nominees before the Feb. 9 ceremony, which was highlighted by a historic Best Picture win for South Korean film “Parasite.”

With everyone facing a lot more time on their couches in the coming weeks, thankfully you can watch all nine Best Picture nominees through some mix of streaming platforms or good, old-fashioned DVDs.

Here’s how to watch all of the 2020 Best Picture nominees.

“Ford v Ferrari”

Plot: The true story of the Ford Motor Company’s efforts to finally beat perennial winner Ferrari at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans with the help of automobile designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) mercurial driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale).

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How to Watch:  Available to rent or purchase at Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Also available to purchase or rent on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray.

“The Irishman”

Plot: Martin Scorsese’s 210-minute crime saga follows the life of Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro), who goes from driving trucks to leading a union, all while “painting houses” (killing people) for the likes of mobster Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci) and protecting the interests of infamous union boss Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

How to Watch: “The Irishman” is streaming on Netflix.

“Jojo Rabbit”

Plot: Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis), a young member of the Hitler youth, discovers that his mother (Scarlet Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their house, much to the dismay of Jojo and his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi).

How to Watch: Available to rent or purchase on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Also available to purchase or rent on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray.

“Joker”

Plot: Mentally ill clown and aspiring comedian Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) is beaten down by society in Gotham City, eventually leading him to a commit a series of violent crimes and embrace his alter-ego, The Joker.

How to Watch: Available to purchase or rent and stream on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Also available to purchase or rent on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray.

“Little Women”

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Plot: Based on Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel, “Little Women” is the heartwarming tale of the four March sisters — Meg (Emma Watson), Jo (Saoirse Ronan), Amy (Florence Pugh), and Beth (Eliza Scanlen)  — as they face the pressures of poverty, marriage, and realizing their life ambitions beyond finding a suitable husband.

How to Watch: Available to purchase on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Scheduled to be available to rent or purchase on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray on April 7.

“Marriage Story”

Plot: Noah Baumbach’s film is an unflinching yet compassionate look at the slow, painful dissolving of a marriage between stage director Charlie (Adam Driver) and actress Nicole (Scarlett Johansson).

How to Watch: “Marriage Story” is streaming on Netflix.

“1917”

Plot: Two British soldiers (George MacKay, Dean Charles-Chapman) fighting in World War I are sent behind enemy lines to deliver a message to an advancing British front that could save the lives of 1,600 men.

How to Watch: Available to purchase on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Scheduled to be available to rent or purchase on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray on March 24.

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”

Plot: An actor whose best days are behind him (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his loyal stunt double (Brad Pitt) navigate the ups and downs of a changing Hollywood in 1969 Los Angeles.

How to Watch: Available to purchase or rent and stream on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Also available to purchase or rent on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray.

“Parasite”

Plot: The Best Picture winner is a story of two South Korean families — the poverty-stricken Kims and the upper-class Parks — whose fate becomes intertwined as members of the Kim family begin to take jobs in the Park family home one by one.

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How to Watch: Available to purchase or rent and stream on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Also available to purchase or rent on Video on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray.

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