Wondering what to watch over the weekend? Here is a perfect list for you featuring movies across genres — animated, sci-fi, comedy and romance.
While you can watch some of these movies in theaters, the rest you can enjoy from the comfort of your home.
The highly anticipated animated movie, “Lightyear” is finally out and you can experience it in theaters.
The story is an adaptation of 1995’s animated comedy, “Toy Story.” Actor Chris Evans gave his voice to the lead character Buzz Lightyear. The movie is helmed by director Angus MacLane.
“Spiderhead” revolves around a unique prison where convictions are given the chance to participate in experiments in exchange for shortened sentences for their crimes.
The movie stars Chris Hemsworth, Jurnee Smollett, BeBe Bettencourt, Joey Vieira, Tess Haubrich, Angie Milliken and Charles Parnell. Its screenplay is by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and the flick is helmed by director Joseph Kosinski. The movie is currently streaming on Netflix.
Cha Cha Real Smooth
If you love watching drama comedy, then “Cha Cha Real Smooth” is the perfect pick for you. It tells a story of a man who strikes a unique friendship with a woman who visits his bar.
The movie is helmed by director Cooper Raiff and it is streaming on Apple TV+. Apart from directing the movie, Raiff also stars in the movie alongside actress Dakota Johnson.
Father of the Bride
If emotional family stories are your thing, then “Father of the Bride” is something you should check out on HBO Max this weekend. The story revolves around a father who is reluctant to let her daughter go with a man she loves as their wedding date approaches.
The movie is helmed by director Gary Alazraki and it stars Andy Garcia, Adria Arjona, Isabela Merced, Gloria Estefan and Diego Boneta.
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
Here’s an unconventional love story on the list, “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande,” which you can stream on the Hulu platform. The movie tells a story of a widow who hires a young man as a sex worker, hoping that she can fulfill her desires.
The flick is directed by Sophie Hyde and it stars Emma Thompson, Daryl McCormack and Isabella Laughland.
In case you missed out on our previous list of movies, check it out here.