Look, I’m not saying every streaming platform will release a movie this week, but I’m not saying no.
Below we share the hottest movies to watch in theaters and movies available on streaming services that you don’t want to miss. I was surprised at how many movies are coming to streaming platforms this weekend.
When I checked the list of movies to add to the list, I checked the individual platforms, found the ones that came out, and kept adding to the list. It’s endless. You can choose from many options.
New movies to watch stream:
- Lightyear, Theaters
- Good Luck To You, Leo Grande, Hulu
- Cha Cha Real Smooth, Apple TV+
- Spiderhead, Netflix
- Jennifer Lopez Halftime, Netflix
- Jerry and Marge Go Large, Paramount+
- Father of the Bride, HBO Max
The biggest release this weekend was Lightyear. The film follows the beginning of Buzz Lightyear and his adventures for eternity and beyond. Buzz will be announced by Chris Evans. Although I’m a big fan of the Toy Story franchise, I’m not sure what I think of this film. Possible? Wis. Can it be that bad too? Wis. I wondered where it would go, but one thing is for sure, Pixar is doing well.
We plan to release several films from the Sundance 2022 Film Festival this week with Good Luck To You, Leo Grande and Cha Cha Real Smooth. The first was one of my favorite festival films. The film premieres this week. Cha Cha Real Smooth is good but not great and comes with Apple TV +. These are two simple watches that I think can satisfy you the most.
Another interesting movie that came out this week that I didn’t know until I saw it was Spiderhead. Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller star in Netflix and is ready for next season, where convicts will be offered the opportunity to volunteer for medical staff to cut their sentences. What could be wrong? I have. I was intrigued, but surprised that so little was said about the film.
What will you see this week? Do you enjoy movies in theaters or streaming?
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