This year, 62 movies are nominated for Oscars.
They range from massive, world-beating success stories — like the musical La La Land, nominated in 14 different races, and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the biggest film of 2016 in the US — to much smaller films you've probably never heard of unless you have the nomination list committed to memory (we see you, Pear Cider and Cigarettes).
In the pre-internet era, seeing every one of a given year's Oscar-nominated films was all but impossible. If you lived in New York or Los Angeles, you could catch maybe 90 percent of them, but the more obscure ones would often disappear from theaters without a trace.
These days, you really can watch the vast majority of the films if you put your mind to it — and you live in a reasonably film-friendly metropolis. Online streaming, digital rentals, and the occasional trip to the arthouse have allowed us to plow our way through all 62 contenders for the 2017 Oscars.
Yes, even 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.
(Yes, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is nominated for an Oscar.)
But why stop there? Below, you’ll find our complete ranking of this year's Oscar-nominated films, along with information on where you can watch them right now. You've still got a few days left before the ceremony on Sunday, February 26. You could watch all 62, too!