The 10 Movies We Think You’ll Have To Stream This Weekend

Each week, our staff of movie and TV experts scour the entertainment landscape to pick the ten best new/new movies available for you to stream at home. We put a lot of thought into our selection, and our arguments about what to include and what not to include can sometimes get a little heated and hurtful, but this is an important service. for you, our readers. With that said, here are our picks for this week.

10. (year) On the Number of Three (VOD)


Jerrod Carmichael has a chance, collecting all the praise for his special show and special HBO version (Rotanielwatch again!), a big turn as an SNL host, and now, for the release of his fave narrative celebration menu, On Number Three. But of course, you know that Carmichael is strong from his first specials and The Carmichael Show. You’re just happy to see everyone else, and with this movie, you get the chance to see Carmichael flexing his serious muscles opposite Christopher Abbott as two friends who are trying to make the best of the last moments before fulfilling each other. part of the killing contract. Watch it on your VOD service of choice.

10. (year) Easy Cha Cha (Apple TV Plus)


Everyone should clap Easy Cha Cha, the second feature from writer and director Cooper Raiff. He also stars in the comedy-drama as a college graduate with no life and has a job (bar/bat mitzvah “party starter”) and friends (a suburban mom played by Dakota Johnson and her autistic teenage daughter). It sounds like Indie Movie Trope Overload, but Cha Cha Real Smooth is a real hit, with a heartfelt performance from Johnson. Watch it on Apple TV Plus.

10. (year) Jerry and Marge Go Big (Paramount Plus)


Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening play a married couple who discover a loophole in the state lottery and use it to win millions and millions of dollars. There should be more movies like this. There are probably hundreds of them. But this is a good start. Watch it on Paramount Plus.

9. They/They (Peacock)


The setting: a summer exchange camp run by a group of weirdos. The Bad: Kevin Bacon, a camp counselor who tries to bully a gay man out of a group of Queer kids. The plot: a serial killer in the woods looking for a group of kids who question their identity to get the adults out of their lives. In other words, this is your worst Gen Z. Check out Peacock.

8. Beavis and Butt-Head do it all over the world (Paramount Plus)


Beavis and Butt-head started on MTV something like 30 years ago and it still stands, in some ways, against the real comparisons, which are still going strong, including this one. movie sending them into the cosmos and other projects in the works down the line, too. It’s great news, of course, but imagine telling someone from 1997 that these two will still be in 2022 and going on air. It’s as scary as time travel has ever been. Watch it on Paramount Plus.

7. Anything can happen (Amazon Prime)

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Billy Porter directs a heartwarming story about high school senior Kelsa trying to navigate… it all. It’s very sweet and very Gen Z-friendly and can make for a great weekend movie if you cry a little. Who doesn’t, sometimes, you know? Watch it on Amazon Prime.

6. The movie Bob’s Burgers (dance)


Bob’s Burgers The founder is Loren Bouchard The movie Bob’s Burgers getting a theatrical release instead of being plopped straight on streaming. He was right to do so: The movie Bob’s Burgers It is, as the show itself suggests, a lot of fun with good entertainment, fun entertainment, and interesting music (it’s also Disney’s first 2D animated movie in ten years). If you didn’t catch it in theaters, however, you can enjoy “Sunny Side Up Summer” at home. I can suggest pairing it with an Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka-Dot Zucchini Burger. Watch it on Hulu.

5. The Gray Man (Netflix)


The Gray Man that is: garbage-tight. Ryan Gosling is a himbo killer. Psychotic Chris Evans. A spy. It’s a journey. Trains. Wall-wall Ana de Armas with a bob cut. And the kind work of the Russo brothers. That is, The Gray Man It’s a good time and a perfect blockbuster movie night for those who like to stay in bed. Watch it on Netflix.

4. I love my Dad (VOD)


A cringe-worthy comedy about the search (sometimes too much) for intimacy and connection in the age of social media casts Patton Oswalt as a father trying to stay afloat. His eldest son lives by fishing for him. Hilarity and therapy inspo are sure to be found in this fun film from writer and director James Morosini, who also stars as a kid who falls for a good idea. If you like Oswalt in other indie-flavored films like Big Fan and Young Adult where he can shine his tools, this is what you are looking for. Watch VOD..

3. Lucky (Apple TV Plus)


John Lasseter helped build Pixar into a major animation brand and now he’s trying to bring the same magic to Apple with Lucky, a film about an unattractive teenage girl who goes on an adventure to try to turn her fortune around. It’s got starpower (Simon Pegg, Jane Fonda, Pixar staple John Ratzenberger) and financial backing from Apple, so the big question remains if it’s as good as the other movies he’s made over the years. passed away. There’s only one way to find out. Watch it on Apple TV Plus.

2. The Princess (HBO)


There’s a lot of Princess Diana onscreen these days. These versions have been played extensively with The Crown sh*tting in fiction and Kristen Stewart really goes for it. Now, there’s a new documentary that aims to find out why the world was (and continues to be) so afraid of Shy Di. The cameras followed her argument with Prince Charles until the divorce, and then the most tragic events happened, and the film asks us to think carefully about the role of the public and the people hit Diana’s final destination.

Watch it on HBO.

1. turn off (dance)


The Predator The franchise desperately needs a new vision after a lackluster response to each Predator movie from 1990 Predator 2. Enter: turn off. The Hulu movie follows a Comanche warrior (played by Amber Midthunder) who protects her family from an alien predator. turn off back to what happened in the original Predator It’s normal – and disrespectful to everyone who does it Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem impossible to see. Watch it on Hulu.


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