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Some are still in theaters but film buffs can still get their hands on these movies.

The nominations for the 89th Academy Awards were announced this morning to much fanfare among viewers and critics alike as they analyzed the movies up for the biggest awards in film.

And there’s a lot to process. La La Land, fresh off a near-sweep at the Golden Globes, tied the record with 14 nominations. Lin-Manuel Miranda is nominated for best original song and with his win could achieve the coveted EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony). The nominations are more inclusive in front of and behind the camera this year after two years of controversy with #OscarsSoWhite. Deadpool was shut out completely after a best picture push while Suicide Squad is an Oscar nominee. (For best makeup and hair, but still.)

As is usually the case for those looking to catch up on Oscar-nominated films, most of the movies nominated for Oscars are still in theaters—or have yet to be released on DVD, Blu-Ray, or digitally. But some of them are accessible from your couch through your streaming subscription services or available to rent for just a few dollars.

Captain Fantastic

Nominations: Viggo Mortensen, actor in a leading role

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

Deep Water Horizon

Nominations: sound editing, visual effects

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

Extremis

Nominations: documentary (short subject)

Streaming on Netflix

Florence Foster Jenkins

Nominations: Meryl Streep, actress in a leading role

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

Hail, Caesar!

Nominations: production design

Rent or buy on Amazon; purchase only on Google Play or iTunes

Hell or High Water

Nominations: best picture; Jeff Bridges, actor in a supporting role; original screenplay; film editing

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

The Jungle Book

Nominations: visual effects

Streaming on Netflix

Kubo and the Two Strings

Nominations: animated feature, visual effects

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

The Lobster

Nominations: original screenplay

Streaming on Amazon Prime

A Man Called Ove

Nominations: foreign language film, makeup and hair

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

OJ: Made in America

Nominations: documentary (feature)

Buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes; Streaming on Hulu

Piper

Nominations: short film (animated)

Rent or buy on Amazon; Buy on Google Play or iTunes; Streaming on Vimeo

Star Trek Beyond

Nominations: makeup and hair

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

Sully

Nominations: sound editing

Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, or iTunes

The White Helmets

Nominations: documentary (short subject)

Streaming on Netflix

Zootopia

Nominations: animated feature

Streaming on Netflix

13th

Nominations: documentary (feature)

Streaming on Netflix

4.1 Miles

Nominations: documentary (short subject)

Streaming at the New York Times

You can view the complete list of Oscar nominations here. The Oscars will air Feb. 26 on ABC.

Michelle Jaworski

Michelle Jaworski

Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.

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