The 7 Most Nominated Films For The Oscars, How To See Them?
The Oscar nominations are ready with the best that the cinema left last year. Here we indicate how, when, and where you can see the movies.
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This Tuesday, January 24, the nominations ceremony for the 95th edition of the Oscar Awards took place. Like every year, the Academy left some surprises, but generally maintained its criteria similar to the awards that preceded it.
It is worth remembering that the voting for the winners of each category runs from March 2 to 7. The ceremony will occur on March 12 at the Dolby Theater Hollywood in Los Angeles. Among the most notable was the absence of "Woman King", starring Viola Davis, while "Argentina 1985" will be the representative of Latin America in Best Foreign Film.
Below we leave the seven most nominated films for the Oscars and how and when they can be seen in Latin America.
“Everything Everywhere All At Once”
The most nominated this year! With 11 nominations this film was on the billboard last year. It cannot yet be seen on digital platforms, but these nominations will earn re-screenings on Latin American billboards. The story focuses on a multiverse where each character has a different problem. The story follows Evelyn, who with her husband fights to save the family business, a laundry. He has a daughter, Joy, a young woman seeking family acceptance. It has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress (2 times), Best Costume Design, Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Score, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Song, Best Editing, Best Actress, Best Direction, and Best Film.
"The Banshees of Inisherin"
With 9 nominations, it opens on February 2 in theaters. Its story focuses on the breakup of a friendship. The news that follows from this fact causes Padraic to try to regain that bond with Colm, but the attempt leads him to a series of high-impact consequences. It was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, Best Score, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (twice), Best Editing, Best Actor, Best Direction, and Best Picture.
“All Quiet on the Western Front”
With 9 nominations, it is available on Netflix. The German film focuses on the experiences of a distraught young soldier during World War II. It has been nominated for Best Sound, Best Score, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Foreign Film, Best Makeup, Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, and Best Film.
With 8 nominations, you can see it on HBO Max. It was the most important biopic of last year. This film focuses on the relationship between Elvis Presley and his manager Tom Parker. Priscila Presley, the singer's ex-wife, also has an active role in the film's plot. It was nominated for Best Costume Design, Best Sound, Best Makeup, Best Production Design, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Actor, and Best Picture.
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With 7 nominations, it opens on January 26 in theaters. It is a kind of autobiography of Steven Spielberg's early years in the cinema. It was nominated for Best Picture, Best Direction, Best Original Score, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, Best Production Design, and Best Actress.
"Top Gun: Maverick"
With 6 nominations, the film can be seen on Paramount + and Star +. It combines action with drama and puts an experienced pilot in the center who is forced into an encounter to face some injuries from the past with Tom Cruise as the protagonist. It has been nominated for Best Sound, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Song, Best Editing, Best Visual Effects, and Best Film.
With 6 nominations, it opens on February 23 in theaters. It is a touching story of a mother and adoptive daughter in which the protagonist, about to reach the peak of classical music, needs that emotional strength that the 6-year-old girl gives her. It has been nominated for Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Actress, Best Direction, and Best Film.