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 'The Power of the Dog' is Netflix's most nominated film. Photo: Twitter Netflix
'The Power of the Dog' is Netflix's most nominated film. Photo: Twitter Netflix

What Netflix movies are nominated at 2022 Oscars?

Netflix is the streaming platform with the most movies nominated at the 2022 Oscars. Find out what they are.

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Following the announcement of the nominees for the 2022 Oscars, several Internet users began to look for where to watch the nominated films and form their own evaluations of the works.  

To the surprise of many (or few), Netflix is where 10 films nominated for the Academy Awards can be found. On Feb. 18, one more will be added. Among Netflix's nominated films are The Power of the Dog, which was crowned on Tuesday as the production with the most nominations at this year's awards with 12, including Best Picture, Director and Adapted Screenplay.

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The other films nominated at the 2022 Oscars that you can watch on Netflix are:

  • Tick, tick... BOOM!
  • Don't Look Up
  • The Lost Daughter
  • The Mitchells vs. the Machine
  • Robin Robin
  • Audible
  • Lead Me Home
  • Three Songs for Benazir
  • The Hand of God
  • Parallel Mothers (premieres on Feb. 18).

Netflix was the most nominated platform for the third year in a row, as the Los Gatos streaming company continues to pour money into its film business in an attempt to grow its subscriber base. Last year, Netflix had 35 nominations. In 2020, it led with 24.

"The streaming service has yet to win a Best Picture Oscar, but the number of nominations is the latest sign that the film academy's reluctance to recognize Netflix has faded in recent years," wrote Ryan Faughnder, a film critic at the Los Angeles Times.

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