Oscars season is here and the best movies of 2016 will be celebrated at the 89th Academy Awards on Hollywood's High Holy Night Sunday, February 26th.
This year's list of nominees were revealed early this morning and like many other moviegoers you may have realized there are several films on that list you haven't seen yet.
Maybe you didn't have time to see #Zootopia in theaters because of a busy work week, or maybe #TheLobster wasn't playing at your local theater. Whatever the case may be, now is the perfect time to catch up on 2017's #Oscars nominees because many of them are available to stream on your favorite services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime.
Take a look at the list below and find out which films are on your viewing wishlist that can be streamed from the comfort of your own couch.
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2. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
A tremendous movie that will have you on your feet throughout, make sure to watch 13 Hours on #Amazon. It's nominated for sound mixing.
4. O.J. Made In America
5. The Jungle Book
6. The Lobster
Nominated for Best Original Screenplay, The Lobster is a movie you should definitely see prior to the Oscars. It stars Collin Farrel (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) and you can watch it now on #Amazon.
7. Jim: The James Foley Story
Now available on #HBOGo, Jim: The James Foley Story is nominated for Original Song with "The Empty Chair."
8. Life, Animated
You can stream the documentary on #Amazon. It's nominated for Best Documentary Feature.
Will you be watching the Oscars coming February 26th? Let us know in the comments!