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ICYMI, the Oscar nominations were announced bright and early this morning in Hollywood. Great! Unless you haven't had a chance to get to the movies much this past year, and realize you haven't seen a good chunk of the films that were recognized.

If this is the case for you, we do have a little good news, though: While you'll still have to head to theaters to check out the majority of the films nominated like American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, and 12 Years a Slave, there are a few that are streaming on Netflix right now. So, drop whatever you're doing right now, and check them out—we've even put together this list of where to find them for you. 

The Hunt 

Best Foreign Language Film

Starring Mads Mikkelsen, Alexandra Rapaport, and Thomas Bo Larsen

A man rebuilding his life after a devastating divorce is wrongfully accused of pedophilia, turning the small, tight-knit community in which he lives against him. 

Watch it on Netflix here

The Act of Killing

Best Documentary

A unique and riveting documentary in which former Indonesian death squad leaders reenact real-life, violent killings in "whatever cinematic genres they wish including classic Hollywood crime scenarios and lavish musical numbers."

Watch it on Netflix here

Cutie and the Boxer 

Best Documentary

A beautiful documentary following and examining the 40-year marriage of two Japanese artists, "boxing" painter Ushio Shinohara and his artist wife, Noriko.

Watch it on Netflix here

Dirty Wars 

Best Documentary

A documentary following journalist Jeremy Scahill as he investigates the war on terror, and America's covert operations including "drone strikes, night raids, kill lists that include U.S. citizens and secret government-condoned torture."

Watch it on Netflix here

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And as a bonus, here are four films that should have received nominations today. Enjoy these, and riot over the fact that their excellence wasn't recognized.

Frances Ha

(Should have been nominated for) Greta Gerwig as Best Actress

Starring Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Michael Zegen, Adam Driver, and Grace Gummer

Filmed completely in black and white in the style of old, romantic movies about NYC, Frances Ha follows the story of an exuberant, 20-something New Yorker who dreams of being a modern dancer, though she's put off growing up for as long as possible.

Watch it on Netflix here

Blackfish

(Should have been nominated for) Best Documentary

A shocking and emotional documentary about the life and mistreatment of a killer whale in Seaworld, Tilikum, and what led him to cause the deaths of several people while in captivity.

Watch it on Netflix here

Upstream Color 

(Should have been nominated for) Best Original Screenplay

A woman and a man who have been affected by a complex parasite realize they are drawn together, and both struggle to piece fragments of their lives together.

Watch it on Netflix here

Room 237 

(Should have been nominated for) Best Documentary

A fascinating and intense documentary that analyzes the hidden meanings buried within Stanley Kubrick's 1980 film, The Shining.

Watch it on Netflix here