A guide to some of the must-watch Oscar nominees

(CNN)In an ideal world, time would allow for the viewing of all 60 of this year’s Oscar-nominated films. But that’s far from realistic.

So what nominees are must-sees?
For that answer, look no further than this year’s major categories — best picture, best documentary, etc — which provide a helpful guide to some films that are more than worth your time.

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Here’s how to watch 29 of the best movies of the year, a list that includes some films most moviegoers have heard about and several gems you may not have:
    Best picture
    A sci-fi movie with an out-of-this-world twist.
    Also nominated for: best picture, best director (Denis Villeneuve), best cinematography, best film editing, best production design, best sound editing, best sound mixing, best adapted screenplay
    How to watch: In theaters. Available for pre-order on Amazon and Vudu.
    A movie based on the August Wilson play.
    Also nominated for: best picture, best actor in a leading role (Denzel Washington), best actress in a supporting role (Viola Davis), best adapted screenplay
    How to watch: In theaters.
    A drama based on the true story of a WWII combat medic who goes to war and refuses to carry a weapon because of his religious beliefs.
    Also nominated for: best picture, best actor in a leading role (Andrew Garfield), best director, best film editing,
    How to watch: In theaters and On Demand through select providers.
    “Hell or High Water”
    A Western heist film about two bank-robbing brothers.
    Also nominated for: best picture, best actor in a supporting role (Jeff Bridges), best film editing, best original screenplay
    How to watch: Available for rent or purchase on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.Also available at Redbox and On Demand through select providers.
    A story about three women who broke barriers during the space race.
    Also nominated for: best picture, best actress in a supporting role (Octavia Spencer), best adapted screenplay
    How to watch: In theaters.
    A whimsical tale about the ups and downs of two singing-and-dancing Los Angeles lovers.
    Also nominated for: best picture, best actor in a leading role (Ryan Gosling), best actress in a leading role (Emma Stone), best cinematography, best costume design, best directing, best film editing, best original score, best original song (x2) (“Audition” and “City of Stars”), best production design, best sound editing, best sound mixing, best original screenplay
    How to watch: In theaters.

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    “Kubo and the Two Strings”
    A boy named Kubo seeks out a magical suit of armor worn to help him fight a vengeful spirit from the past.
    Also nominated for: best visual effects
    How to watch: Available for rent or purchase on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. Also available On Demand through select providers.
    “Moana”
    A spunky teenage girl goes on an adventure with a demi-god to finish her ancestors’ unfinished quest.
    Also nominated for: best original song (“How Far I’ll Go”)
    How to watch: In theaters.
    “My Life as a Zucchini”
    A stop-motion about a group of orphans who form a bond.
    How to watch: In theaters on February 24.
    “The Red Turtle”
    A dialogue-free film about a shipwrecked man who makes a new start.
    How to watch: In theaters.
    “Zootopia”
    A Disney movie about a mammal-filled metropolis.
    How to watch: Available for purchase or rent on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.
    Best foreign language film
    “Land of Mine”
    A movie inspired by true events about a group of young German POWs who are forced to clear landmines in Denmark, in hopes of eventually being sent home.
    How to watch: In select Los Angeles and New York theaters starting February 10. Wider release to follow.
    “A Man Called Ove”
    An irate retiree forms a bond with a family who moves in next door.
    Also nominated for: best makeup and hairstyling
    How to watch: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.
    “The Salesman”
    A psychological thriller about a Iranian couple whose relationship becomes strained after moving into a new apartment.
    How to watch: In theaters.
    “Tanna”
    A love story set in the South Pacific.
    How to watch: Available for pre-order on Amazon.
    “Toni Erdmann”
    A story about a woman who bonds with her eccentric father.
    How to watch: In theaters.

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