The Oscar 2020 ceremony is just over a week away, but there is still time to catch up with the films competing for the main categories. Are you ready to make your guesses about the winners?
To help you, we indicate where you can watch the films nominated for the award. Check out.
Leader in Oscar nominations, the drama tells the origin story of the iconic Batman villain and has Joaquin Phoenix in his most praised performance. The film is still showing in some cinemas and is pre-launching on Net Now.
Winner of the Golden Globe for Best Film trophy, the film follows two British soldiers on an official mission in the First World War. The film is in theaters.
With 10 Oscar nominations, Martin Scorsese’s film brings together Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci in yet another mafia drama and is available on Netflix.
Directed and starring Taika Waititi (“Thor: Ragnorok”), the comedy takes place in the period of World War II and accompanies a little boy who is a fanatic of Nazism and who has Adolf Hitler as an imaginary friend. “Jojo Rabbit” is showing in the cinema.
The drama by Greta Gerwig (“Ladybird”) tells the classic story of Jo March (Saoirse Ronan) and her sisters in the years following the Civil War. “Adorable Women” is on display in the cinema.
“Story of a Wedding”
With Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver in the lead roles and running for the Oscar for Best Actor and Best Actress, the Netflix film follows the drama of a divorcing couple.
“Once upon a time in Hollywood”
Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie are the main actors in the new Quentin Tarantino film, which tells the story of a decadent actor and his stuntman trying to survive in Hollywood. The film is in pre-release on Net Now.
The South Korean film is a favorite of the season and follows the drama of a poor family who infiltrates a millionaire mansion. From the same director of “Okja” and “Expresso do Amanhã”, “Parasita” is showing in the cinema.
“Ford vs Ferrari”
The film tells the story of designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) braving industry and the laws of physics to build a Ford car capable of beating Ferrari. “Ford vs Ferrari” is on display in the cinema.
“Pain and Glory”
The film by acclaimed Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar follows the memories of a declining film director, recalling his life and career since his childhood in the city in the 1960s. “Dor e Glória” is playing in the cinema.
Reneé Zellweger competes for the Oscar for Best Actress in the role of Judy Garland, in the film that tells the story of the iconic protagonist of “The Wizard of Oz”. “Judy” is showing at the cinema.
“Democracy in Vertigo”
Brazilian representative at the Oscars, the documentary follows the rise and fall of the Lula and Dilma Rousseff governments and reflects on the political polarization that has marked the country since the 2016 impeachment. The film is available in the Netflix catalog.