Where to binge-watch Oscar-nominated films in Lexington

February 27, 2014 

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Acting nominations for Jennifer Lawrence, left, and Amy Adams are among the 10 Oscar nods for American Hustle.

FRANCOIS DUHAMEL

The Oscars are this weekend. If you want to do some serious movie binge-viewing between now and 8:30 p.m. Sunday, when the ceremony begins, here's where to see the films in major categories.

IN THEATERS

These films are in Lexington theaters this weekend. Check the movie guides on Pages 15 to 17 for show times and theaters.

American Hustle (picture; director; actor, Christian Bale; actress, Amy Adams; supporting actor, Bradley Cooper; supporting actress, Jennifer Lawrence; original screenplay). Due on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming on March 18.

August: Osage County (actress, Meryl Streep; supporting actress, Julia Roberts). Due on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming April 8.

Captain Phillips (picture; supporting actor, Barkhad Abdi; adapted screenplay). Also on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming.

Dallas Buyers Club (picture; actor, Matthew McConaughey; supporting actor, Jared Leto; original screenplay). Also on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming.

Frozen (animated feature). Due on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming March 18.

Philomena (picture; actress, Judi Dench; adapted screenplay).

The Wind Rises (animated feature).

ON DVD AND STREAMING

These films are available on DVD or through a streaming service.

The Act of Killing (documentary feature). On DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix streaming, iTunes.

Before Midnight (adapted screenplay). On DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix DVD, iTunes.

Blue Jasmine (actress, Cate Blanchett; supporting actress, Sally Hawkins; original screenplay). Available on DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes.

Captain Phillips (picture; supporting actor, Barkhad Abdi; adapted screenplay). Available on DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix DVD, iTunes. Also in theaters.

The Croods (animated feature). On DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix streaming and DVD, iTunes.

Cutie and the Boxer (documentary feature). Available on DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix streaming, iTunes.

Dallas Buyers Club (picture; actor, Matthew McConaughey; supporting actor, Jared Leto; original screenplay). Available on DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes. Also in theaters.

Despicable Me 2 (animated feature). Available on DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes.

Dirty Wars (documentary feature). On DVD, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix streaming, iTunes.

Ernest & Celestine (animated feature). Available as an import DVD. Scheduled for domestic DVD and Blu-ray on June 10.

Gravity (picture; director; actress, Sandra Bullock). On DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix DVD, iTunes.

Nebraska (picture; director; actor, Bruce Dern; supporting actress, June Squibb; original screenplay). Available on DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes.

The Square (documentary feature). On Netflix streaming and DVD.

20 Feet From Stardom (documentary feature). On DVD, Blu-ray, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes.

NO MAN'S LAND

These films are no longer in Lexington theaters and are not scheduled to arrive on DVD until after the Oscars. If you haven't seen it, you might be out of luck.

Her (picture; original screenplay). Playing at Esquire Theatre in Cincinnati.

12 Years a Slave (picture; director; actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor; supporting actor, Michael Fassbender; supporting actress, Lupita Nyong'o; adapted screenplay). Due on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming March 4. Playing at AMC Newport on the Levee in Northern Kentucky.

The Wolf of Wall Street (picture; director; actor, Leonardo DiCaprio; supporting actor, Jonah Hill; adapted screenplay). Due on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming March 25. Playing at Cinemark Tinseltown in Louisville and Cinemark Oakley Station in Cincinnati.

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