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Want to catch up on the Best Picture nominees before Oscar night? We tell you which ones are still in theaters and which ones you can view at home on either DVD/Blu-ray or VOD.

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americanhustle mv 14 Where to Watch the 9 Best Picture Oscar Nominees Right NowBox Office to Date: $ 144.4 million

Number of Theaters Still Playing: 903

DVD/BD: March 18

VOD: cable MOD March 18

Best Bet: If you want to see Jennifer Lawrence’s Oscar-nominated performance as she flips out… Continue reading Where to Watch the 9 Best Picture Oscar Nominees Right Now

oscar How To Watch The Oscars Live Online, Plus: 10 Little Known Oscar Facts You Probably Didnt Know

Ready your drinking games, place your bets, and bring on the theme parties. It’s Oscar time, kids. Yes, it’s that surreal Sunday night that you love to hate, but wouldn’t miss for the world. Hollywood’s best and worst gather in one room to hypnotize us with their too-long speeches and hopefully behave badly (just a little) so we have something to talk about. With

unforgiven eastwood Your Top Three: Favorite Best Picture Oscar Winners

Your Top Three is a series here at Movies.com where we choose a topic and you give us your top three picks.

There are 85 movies that have been named Best Picture at the Academy Awards. We doubt even one of them is loved by all of our readers, let alone the entirety of the planet’s movie fans. So, this could be an interesting discussion.

It also… Continue reading Your Top Three: Favorite Best Picture Oscar Winners

roderick jaynes Read a Funny Story from the First Fictional Character to Ever Earn an Oscar Nomination

Note: In honor of the Academy Awards this Sunday, we’re reposting some of our favorite Oscar-related posts from years past. The following was first published on 2/22/13.

If you pay close enough attention to the films of Joel and Ethan Coen, you may have already realized that all of them are edited by a man named Roderick Jaynes, known as a bit of a cranky British recluse… Continue reading Read a Funny Story from the First Fictional Character to Ever Earn an Oscar Nomination

box%20office%20labor%20day Box Office: How Labor Day Went From Oscar Shortlist to Chart DudParamount

Back in August, “Labor Day” was shaping up to be one of the most eagerly awaited movies of the year-end awards season. Most of that had to do with the film’s classy pedigree, consisting of stars Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, “Up in the Air” director Jason Reitman, and literary source Joyce Maynard, the “To Die For” novelist. Buzz was building… Continue reading Box Office: How 'Labor Day' Went From Oscar Shortlist to Chart Dud