Sunday night (Feb. 26) is Oscars night. It's the biggest night for all actors and actresses in Hollywood. But, if you don't want to stay up and watch the award show, look no further than to Netflix instead. Even if you don't care about the Hollywood elite and award shows in general, you probably want to enjoy a good movie or two. Here are some Movies that you can check out that are up for Academy Awards, and some movies that are up for nominations but aren't strong contenders. You may want to Netflix and chill tonight instead of staying up all night to watch the three-hour program.

Oscars movies available to watch on Netflix

Unfortunately, there aren't a bunch of nominated movies on Netflix, but you can watch some from categories other than Best Picture. Watch Ava DuVernay's best documentary nominee "The 13th," animated movie "Zootopia," and visual effects nominee "The Jungle Book." Other best short documentary movies available on Netflix include "Extremis" and "The White Helmets."

Critically-acclaimed films available for streaming elsewhere

There are more options outside the realm of Netflix. For example, "O.J.: Made In America" is available on Hulu. Another nominated movie you can watch on the streaming service is "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi." It looks like the rest of the Oscar-nominated films are available on Google Play, YouTube, and for purchase on Amazon.

None of these nominated films are available on Amazon Prime.

Just some of the movies you can check out on other streaming sites include "Arrival," "Hell or High Water," "Hacksaw Ridge," "Manchester By The Sea," "Moonlight," "Captain Fantastic," "Florence Foster Jenkins," "Loving," "Nocturnal Animals," "The Lobster," "Kubo and the Two Strings," and "Fire At Sea."

The best contenders at the Academy Awards on Sunday night are "Hidden Figures," "La La Land," and "Fences," which are unfortunately not yet available for streaming.

It is possible that you can rent these movies, order them On-Demand, or buy them at your nearest retail store. Avoid the Oscar madness tonight and catch up tomorrow when everybody will be talking about it on social media and at the water cooler.