Netflix movies at Oscars 2020

Netflix is a streaming service that allows members to watch a wide variety of award-winning TV shows, movies, documentaries, and more on thousands of internet-connected devices. With Netflix, you can enjoy unlimited ad-free viewing of movies and TV shoes depending on your subscription. The best movies on Netflix include Pulp Fiction, Raging Bull, Black Panther, Roma, The Irishman, and many more.  In 2020 Oscars Netflix’s tally was led by Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” which earned 10 nods, including for best picture, director, cinematography and supporting actors Joe Pesci as well as Al Pacino. Netflix also earned six nominations for Noah Baumbach’s emotional drama “Marriage Story” and three for “The Two Popes.” “Marriage Story’s” bundle includes kudos not only for best picture but for its stars Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, and Laura Dern. Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins were recognized for their acting in “The Two Popes.” Also, Netflix earned two animated feature nominations (“I Lost My Body” and “Klaus”).

More so, Netflix’s prize includes two feature documentaries (“American Factory” and “The Edge of Democracy”) and one documentary short (“Life Overtakes Me”). This company in total has the biggest screening in terms of Oscar nominations. Although Netflix received 24 nominations at this year’s Oscars, its films only ended up winning two awards.

Netflix’s Oscar award for the evening this year was for “American Factory,” which won the award for Best Documentary Feature. The film was the first to emerge from Barack and Michelle Obama’s production deal with Netflix. The other award winner was Laura Dern who won a supporting-actress statue for Marriage Story, Noah Baumbach’s drama about a couple’s divorce. It was the first time a Netflix movie earned an acting Oscar.

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