A Handy Guide to Watching This Year's Golden Globe Nominated Movies

The Golden Globes nominations are out, and, as always, they're definitely something of an eclectic mix of expected nominations, history-making moments, and major surprises. With the ceremony just a few weeks away, there's no better time to catch up on all the movies that earned nominations this year! If you don't know where to start, don't worry — we've got a complete guide for you! Almost every movie nominated at this year's Golden Globes is already available to watch on a streaming platform or on demand. Keep reading to find out where to watch every movie nominee, plus release dates for the handful of movies that have yet to make their public debuts!

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Where to Watch Nomadland

The indie drama is nominated for four Golden Globes, including best director and best screenplay for Chloé Zhao, best actress in a motion picture (drama) for Frances McDormand, and best motion picture (drama).

Where to watch: In theaters now, on Hulu beginning Feb. 19

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Where to Watch Mank

Mank, the Old-Hollywood drama about the screenwriter of Citizen Kane, nabbed nominations for director David Fincher, lead actor Gary Oldman, supporting actress Amanda Seyfried, and best motion picture (drama), along with nods for the movie's score and screenplay.

Watch Mank on Netflix.

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Where to Watch The Father

The Father earned nominations for its stars Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman, as well as for its screenplay and overall for best motion picture (drama).

Where to watch: In theaters Feb. 26.

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Where to Watch Promising Young Woman

Promising Young Woman's creator Emerald Fennell got a pair of nominations, both for directing and for her screenplay. She's joined by an acting nomination for Carey Mulligan and an overall best motion picture (drama) nomination.

Watch Promising Young Woman on demand.

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Where to Watch The Trial of the Chicago 7

Based on the true story of a 1969 trial, The Trial of the Chicago 7 was one of a handful of pictures whose writers/directors earned nominations both for screenplay and for best director. It also earned nominations for supporting actor Sacha Baron Cohen, best original song, and best motion picture (drama).

Watch The Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix.

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Where to Watch Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm Trailer

The Borat sequel earned nominations for both its leading actors, Maria Bakalova and Sacha Baron Cohen, as well as for best motion picture (comedy or musical).

Watch Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm on Amazon Prime.

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Where to Watch Music

Actress Kate Hudson earned a best actress (comedy or musical) nomination for Music, while the movie itself earned a nod in the best motion picture (comedy or musical) category.

Where to watch: In theaters on Feb. 10 and on demand on Feb. 12.

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Where to Watch Palm Springs

The comedy movie was nominated for best actor for Andy Samberg, as well as a best motion picture (comedy or musical) nomination.

Watch Palm Springs on Hulu.

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Where to Watch The Prom

Ryan Murphy's adaptation of the Broadway musical snagged a surprise nomination for leading actor James Corden, plus an overall best motion picture (comedy or musical) nod.

Watch The Prom on Netflix.

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Where to Watch Sound of Metal

Sound of Metal's sole nomination is in the best actor (drama) category, for Riz Ahmed, who plays a heavy-metal drummer who begins experiencing severe hearing loss.

Watch Sound of Metal on Amazon Prime.

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Where to Watch Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Adapted from an August Wilson play, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom earned two nominations for its stars: best actress (drama) for Viola Davis, and best actor (drama) for the late Chadwick Boseman.

Watch Ma Rainey's Black Bottom on Netflix.

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Where to Watch The Mauritanian

Two of The Mauritanian's actors earned Golden Globe nominations: Tahir Rahim in the best actor (drama) category, and Jodie Foster in the best supporting actress category.

Where to watch: In theaters Feb. 12

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Where to Watch Pieces of a Woman

Vanessa Kirby, who you probably know best as Princess Margaret in The Crown, earned a best actress (drama) nomination for her role as a traumatized would-be mother.

Watch Pieces of a Woman on Netflix.

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Where to Watch The United States vs. Billie Holiday

Lead actress Andra Day landed a best actress (drama) nomination for her role as jazz icon Holiday, and the film's original song "Tigress and Tweed" also got a best song nod.

Watch The United State vs. Billie Holiday on Hulu starting Feb. 25.

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Where to Watch On the Rocks

Bill Murray received the movie's sole nomination, in the best supporting actor category.

Watch On the Rocks on Apple TV+.

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Where to Watch One Night in Miami

Regina King earned a best director nomination for the movie about Black icons in the 1960s, and star Leslie Odom Jr. became a double nominee, both for his supporting role as musician Sam Cooke and for the original song "Speak Now."

Watch One Night in Miami... on Amazon Prime.

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Where to Watch Hillbilly Elegy

The rural epic earned just one nomination, for supporting actress Glenn Close.

Watch Hillbilly Elegy on Netflix.

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Where to Watch News of the World

Supporting actress Helena Zengel earned one of the film's two nominations; the other is for its original score.

Watch News of the World on demand.

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Where to Watch I Care a Lot

Rosamund Pike is the sole nominee from the movie, earning a nod in the best actress (comedy or musical) category.

Watch I Care a Lot on Netflix.

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Where to Watch The Personal History of David Copperfield

Dev Patel landed a nomination in the best actor (musical or comedy) category for his new take on the classic literary character.

Watch The Personal History of David Copperfield on Amazon.

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Where to Watch Emma

Breakout star Anya Taylor-Joy earned two nomination at the Golden Globes this year, including one in the best actress (comedy or musical) category for playing Jane Austen's matchmaking heroine.

Watch Emma. on HBO Max.