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How to watch the Oscar-winning movies, from Moonlight to Zootopia to Suicide Squad

It’s never too late to catch up.

One of the most shocking Oscars ceremonies in recent memory — or hell, any memory — has come to a close, with Moonlight upsetting frontrunner La La Land to win Best Picture in an especially chaotic crowning, thanks to an apparent envelope mix-up that led Faye Dunaway to mistakenly announce La La Land as the winner.

But the entire evening was one for the books, rewarding a wide array of 2016’s best films (and Suicide Squad). So if you didn’t manage to watch all the nominees before the ceremony (or if you just want to watch them again), here’s how you can check out the films that took home Oscar gold on Sunday night.


Won: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali)

Available: to rent or buy on Amazon and Vudu, to buy on iTunes, on DVD (released February 28)

La La Land

Won: Best Director, Best Actress (Emma Stone), Best Cinematography, Best Original Music Score, Best Original Song, Best Production Design

Available: to watch in theaters.


Won: Best Sound Editing

Available: to rent and buy on iTunes, Amazon, and Vudu.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Won: Best Costume Design

Available: …notsomuch. But it will be available to buy and rent in March.


Won: Best Supporting Actress (Viola Davis)

Available: to buy on Amazon, iTunes and Vudu, or to watch in select theaters.

Hacksaw Ridge

Won: Best Film Editing, Best Sound Mixing

Available: to rent or buy on Amazon and Vudu, or to buy on iTunes.

The Jungle Book

Won: Best Visual Effects

Available: to stream on Netflix, to rent on Vudu, or to buy on Amazon and iTunes.

Manchester by the Sea

Won: Best Actor (Casey Affleck), Best Original Screenplay

Available: to rent or buy on Amazon.

O.J.: Made in America

Won: Best Documentary Feature

Available: to stream on Hulu and WatchESPN.


Won: Best Animated Short

Available: to buy on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play.

The Salesman

Won: Best Foreign Film

Available: to watch in select theaters.


Won: Best Live-Action Short

Available: Available to buy on as part of the Oscar Shorts package on Amazon and Google Play, in select theaters

Suicide Squad

Won: Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Available: to rent on Amazon, to rent and buy on iTunes and Vudu.

The White Helmets

Won: Best Documentary Short

Available: to stream on Netflix.


Won: Best Animated Feature

Available: to stream on Netflix, to rent/buy on Amazon and Vudu, and buy on iTunes.

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