‘Sound of Metal,’ ‘One Night in Miami’ & More 2021 Oscar Nominees to Stream on Amazon

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The 2021 Oscars are nearly here, and if you’re looking to catch up on this year’s nominees, Amazon Prime Video has you covered.

The streaming platform is home to many of this year’s honored titles including Borat‘s hilarious sequel, the dramatic Sound of Metal, and much more. Below, we’re rounding up the titles nominated at this year’s Oscars that you can stream as an Amazon subscriber right now.

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With theaters having been on lockdown, most of the nominees are available from the comfort of your homes.
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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Nominations: Two, including Best Supporting Actress

As Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) himself would say of the awards recognition, “Very nice!” Cohen’s ridiculous and raunchy follow-up to his 2006 mockumentary finds the crude Kazakh journalist back in the United States on a mission to gift his teen daughter (breakout Maria Bakalova) to the vice president.

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One Night in Miami

Nominations: Three, including Best Supporting Actor

Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. has two reasons to croon a happy tune. He’s nominated for Best Original Song (“Speak Now,” which he co-wrote and performs) and for his role as singer Sam Cooke in this drama that imagines what happened when Cooke, Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge) met up in a hotel in 1964.

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Sound of Metal

Nominations: Six, including Best Picture

When punk-metal drummer Ruben Stone (Emmy winner Riz Ahmed, The Night Of) begins to lose his hearing, he struggles with choosing between his true passion and preserving what’s left of his fading auditory sense.

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Time

Nomination: Best Documentary Feature

A stark look at how the American prison system has affected Fox Rich, a mother who has spent the past 20 years fighting to free her husband as he serves a 60-year sentence for robbery.