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Most of the top contenders are available from the comfort of your couch. Heres a guide to help you get a jump on the field. Credit. Andrew Cooper/Sony Pictures Published Jan. 13, 2020 Updated Feb. 8, 2020 Sign up for our Watching newsletter to get recommendations on the best films and TV shows to stream and watch, delivered to your inbox. The nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards were announced in January, with “Joker” leading the way with 11 nominations and “The Irishman, ” “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” and “1917” receiving 10 apiece. “1917” is still early in its theatrical run, but those three others are all available to stream, along with two more best picture nominees and a host of contenders for best animated feature, international feature, documentary and other categories. The ceremony is on Feb. 9. Heres a complete rundown of where to find nominees that are streaming, with links to our original reviews. Best Picture Nominees ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood Nominated for: Best picture, director, actor, supporting actor, original screenplay, cinematography, costume design, production design, sound editing and sound mixing. How to watch: Rent it on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and YouTube. Quentin Tarantinos evocation of 1969 Los Angeles clings to an era it doesnt want to end, even if it has to rewrite history a little to do it. With the story of a fading western star (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his trusty stunt double (Brad Pitt) Tarantino accesses the period through a side door, allowing him the space to cruise top-down through the streets, hang out on Hollywood sound stages and follow the actress Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) in the blissful days before the Manson family goes to Cielo Drive. Read the New York Times review ‘Parasite Nominated for: Best picture, director, original screenplay, international feature, editing and production design. How to watch: Rent it on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu and Google Play. A family of penniless con artists infiltrates the lives of a much wealthier family in Bong Joon Hos genre-straddling mix of dark comedy, nerve-jangling suspense and incisive social commentary. The less known about the intricacies of the plot going in, the better, since Bong has nested the many twists so meticulously. But as the two families grow more closely intertwined, their fates are tied up in duplicity, an uneasy tension between classes and one very big secret thats primed to detonate. Nominated for: Best picture, director, adapted screenplay, supporting actor (twice) cinematography, costume design, editing, production design and visual effects. How to watch: Stream it on Netflix. Based on Charles Brandts book “I Heard You Paint Houses, ” the movie is about Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) who claims to have worked as a hit man for the Bufalino crime family, and to have been responsible for the unsolved disappearance of the former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino. Yet the dubious facts of Sheerans “confession” are folded into a uniquely meditative Martin Scorsese gangster epic, which slows the metabolism of films like “Goodfellas” and “Casino” to reflect on death and the consequences of a sinful life. Read the New York Times review ‘Joker Nominated for: Best picture, director, actor, adapted screenplay, cinematography, editing, costume design, makeup and hairstyling, original score, sound editing, and sound mixing. Standing in stark contrast to the bright, can-do heroism of the Marvel Cinematic Universe — and going down a darker road than even its DC brethren, like the Christopher Nolan “Batman” series — “Joker” frames a villains origins as a grimy tale of urban alienation. As Arthur Fleck, a failed stand-up comedian who lives with his mother, Joaquin Phoenix more or less slaps clown makeup on Travis Bickle from “Taxi Driver, ” though the director Todd Phillips lays some of the blame for Flecks psychosis on a broken social system. Read the New York Times review ‘Marriage Story Nominated for: Best picture, original screenplay, actor, actress, supporting actress and original score. Thirty years after “Kramer vs. Kramer” won best picture, the writer-director Noah Baumbach gets into the excruciating particulars of divorce, especially when child custody is at stake. Adam Driver stars as a New York theater director whos left reeling when his wife (Scarlett Johansson) an actress trying to resume her Hollywood career, hires a skilled attorney (Laura Dern) and works to resettle their 8-year-old son in Los Angeles. The process gets uglier from there, but Baumbach cushions the blows with humor and sneaky optimism. Read the New York Times review Other Major Nominees ‘Pain and Glory Nominated for: Best international feature and actor. Read the New York Times review ‘The Two Popes Nominated for: Best actor, supporting actor and adapted screenplay. Read the New York Times review ‘Harriet Nominated for: Best actress and original song. Read the New York Times review ‘Judy Nominated for: Best actress, and makeup and hairstyling. Read the New York Times review ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Nominated for: Best animated feature. How to watch: Stream it on Hulu. Rent it on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and YouTube. Read the New York Times review ‘I Lost My Body Nominated for: Best animated feature. Read the New York Times review ‘Klaus Nominated for: Best animated feature. Read the New York Times review ‘Missing Link Nominated for: Best animated feature. Read the New York Times review ‘Toy Story 4 Nominated for: Best animated feature. Read the New York Times review ‘American Factory Nominated for: Best documentary. Read the New York Times review ‘The Cave Nominated for: Best documentary. Read the New York Times review ‘The Edge of Democracy Nominated for: Best documentary. Read the New York Times review ‘For Sama Nominated for: Best documentary. How to watch: Stream it on PBS. Read the New York Times review ‘Honeyland Nominated for: Best documentary and international feature. Read the New York Times review ‘The Lighthouse Nominated for: Best cinematography. Read the New York Times review.
I have seen this movie back in 1994 or 1995 when it came out. Frankly, I did not have any memory regarding this one at all and along came the opportunity to watch it again and I got to say, this is one of the worst movie experiences I've had in a long time.
First of all, the movie is the typical cliché type story with two buddies becoming enemies. Then the movie is moving so slowly, it is hard to watch. Along with the completely displaced John Barry score, the movie creators obviously tried to go for something more artistic in an action movie, but they failed miserably. However, the action is missing. Just a few predictable and unspectacular explosions. The characters are all annoying and not even the main character played by Stallone receives my sympathy.
Don't watch it. It is a complete waste of time. More importantly, if you have watched it already, don't watch it again.