TudoTV: 10 Best Picture Oscar winners to watch on Amazon Prime Video

After celebrating Women’s Month with special films, now TudoTV is in the Oscar 2023 mood.

Speaking of Oscars, be sure to check out our special list of all the films nominated for this year’s awards so you can make the most of the streaming services you subscribe to.

Green Book: The Guide

Tony Lip, an Italian-American security guard, is hired as Dr. Don Shirley, an upper-class black pianist, during a tour of the American South. Faced with racism, danger – as well as unexpected humanity and humor – they are forced to put aside differences to survive and thrive on this journey.

  • Rating: +12
  • Release year: 2019
  • To attend
birdman

In the past, Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) was very successful playing Birdman, a superhero who became a cultural icon. However, since he declined to star in the fourth film with the character, his career began to go downhill. In search of lost fame and also recognition as an actor, he decides to direct, script and star in the adaptation of a consecrated text for Broadway.

  • Rating: +16
  • Release year: 2015
  • To attend
war on terror

Sergeant William James, Sergeant JT Sanborn and Specialist Owen Eldridge are members of the Baghdad Specialized Bomb Unit. Their missions reach their final weeks and the men face very dangerous situations in which they risk their lives in case of a possible explosion.

  • Rating: +18
  • Release year: 2010
  • To attend
The Departed

The young policeman Billy Costigan is infiltrated in the gang of the boss Frank Costello, and he has more and more the confidence of the criminals, Collin Sulivan, a violent member of the gang.

  • Rating: +18
  • Release year: 2006
  • To attend
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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The final battle for Middle-earth begins. Guided by Gollum, Frodo and Sam continue their perilous quest towards Mount Doom to destroy the One Ring.

  • Rating: +12
  • Release year: 2003
  • To attend
Gladiator

Winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor (Russel Crowe), Gladiator is a daring combination of pure action and an extraordinary plot. The fearless Maximus is an honorable Roman general of Spanish origin who has his family slaughtered for refusing allegiance to the unscrupulous Commodus, son of the recently murdered emperor.

  • Rating: +14
  • Release year: 2000
  • To attend
The Silence of the Lambs

Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins star in this devilish thriller that has become a modern classic and took home five Academy Awards in 1992, including Best Actress (Foster), Best Actor (Hopkins), Best Director (Jonathan Demme) and Best Picture.

  • Rating: +16
  • Release year: 1992
  • To attend
rain man

Salesman Charlie receives the news of his father’s death and returns to his hometown. Arriving there, he discovers that he has an autistic brother and that his father left an inheritance of three million dollars to the institution where he, Raymond, resides. He then takes him to Los Angeles to, with the help of his lawyers, dispute his share of the inheritance and get rid of custody of his brother. However, during the trip Charlie recognizes that Raymond may not be the brother he wanted, but he became the brother he needs.

  • Rating: +12
  • Release year: 1989
  • To attend
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platoon

Inspired by the personal experiences of Oliver Stone, this anti-war epic tells the story of Chris Taylor (Charlie Sheen), a recruit for the envoy to Vietnam, who witnesses the atrocities of war – many of which were committed by his comrades.

  • Rating: +16
  • Release year: 1987
  • To attend
Everything Everywhere At The Same Time

A Chinese immigrant goes on an adventure where, alone, she will need to save the world, exploring other universes and other lives that she could have lived. However, things get complicated when she gets stuck in this infinity of possibilities without being able to return home.

  • Rating: +14
  • Release year: 2022
  • To attend

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