Marvel fans may have marked this weekend as the long-awaited premiere of the next film in their series, but there’s a lot more to watch than just Black Widow. Especially if you are a Netflix family, you have some very attractive choices, both in the new movies and the movies that have just landed on the service. So, if you’re ready to go into relaxation mode, read on for the best new movies to stream on Netflix this weekend.
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RL Stine‘s Goose bumps and Fear street the books were an introduction to horror for millions of children and adolescents. Capitalizing on the nostalgia that those who grew up with them will always have for Stine’s terrifying stories, Netflix is releasing a new Fear street film trilogy. (These were the ones aimed at a teenage, not elementary audience.) The first, appropriately set in the mid-’90s, follows a group of friends who mingle with an evil presence that has made their town their home.
The second film of the Fear street The trilogy dates back a few years and takes place in one of the most iconic settings in a slasher movie: a summer camp. In it, a possessed counselor sets out on a killing spree, and the campers who don’t immediately come out must find a way to survive. The third and final film, The Street of Fear, Part 3: 1666, premieres July 16.
Several years ago Parasite won the Oscar, director Bong Joon Ho introduced audiences to a post-apocalyptic future in which the only remaining humans cross the now uninhabitable Earth on a train that never stops moving. Snowdrops aims for classism as an unwanted rear passenger of the train (Chris evans) aims to eliminate the rich living at the front lines. It’s also been adapted as a TV show, but you’ll have to turn to HBO Max to watch Season 1 of that.
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“Get off my plane, “maybe the only line everyone remembers from Air Force One, the 1997 action film starring Harrison ford as a very self-sufficient president, but there is much more to it. You can rewatch this movie about First Family fighting a bunch of terrorists in the air (hey, when Indiana Jones flies with you, there’s a chance) now that it’s on Netflix.
Christmas in July! Love this aggressively sentimental holiday romance comedy or hate it, it can’t be argued that Love in fact had no impact. If you’ve ever been in the mood to unbox your December decor, you might want to pump up the air conditioning and watch a bunch of Brits (and a few Americans and Irish) fall in love this weekend.
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Why do fools fall in love is not your average biopic. The movie stars of 1998 Larenz Tate as Frankie Lymon, from Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, and features the stories told after his death by three women (Halle berry, Vivica A. Fox, and Lela Rochon) who all claimed to be the legitimate heirs of his estate.
Widely regarded as the best of Terminator movies, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (or T2, if you’re on good terms), is now on Netflix. Like the first, this one stars Arnold schwarzenegger like the titular android, who this time is sent to the past for protect Sarah Connor (Linda hamilton) and his son Jean (Edward furlong), does not prevent the existence of the latter.
Netflix is now the proud home of three films featuring Mike Myers like a thawed British super-spy who gets along surprisingly well with women. That’s right: Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Austin Powers: the spy who fucked me, and Austin Powers in Goldmember are available on the same service for your streaming pleasure. Get ready for all of these lines to yell at you.
Make sure the kids are out of the room when you put on this Netflix Original animated comedy because it is definitely for adults. With the voices of some of your favorite comedians and comedy actors (Channing tatum, Olivia munn, Judy Greer, and Will Forte among them), America: the movie imagine that the revolutionary war unfolds a lot (and we mean a lot) differently.
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