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Where To Watch All The Oscars 2019 Best Picture Nominees

Most of them are still showing in cinemas, so hurry!

The 91st Academy Awards have come and gone, a host-less night that gave us many memorable moments. What did you think about the Best Picture pick? Was it a surprise to you, and were you upset that your favourite movie got snubbed? If you haven't seen most or even any of the movies nominated for the night's top prize, make some time to catch them all now so that you can discuss which should have won with your friends and family! Most of the movies are still showing in Singapore cinemas, where you can best experience the movie magic.

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Photo: Alfonso Cuarón

7. Roma

Roma may not have won Best Picture, but the creators certainly did not leave the awards night empty-handed. They took home the award for Foreign Language Film, as well as Cinematography and Directing for Alfonso Cuarón. Many viewers and critics have called it a masterpiece in the art of film, a beautiful slice-of-life look at the relationship between a middle-class family and their domestic worker in 1970s Mexico City. Shot fully in black and white, it is the Gravity director’s most personal and ambitious work yet, and a very promising launch of newcomer Yalitza Aparicio (who was nominated for the Best Actress Oscar) into stardom.

Where to watch it: If you’re a Netflix subscriber, there’s no need to take out your wallet or leave your home for this one. Yup, Romais a Netflix movie, so go ahead and stream it now!

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