Is Thursday Night Football on NBC tonight? (11/24/2022)
Happy Turkey Day/Black Friday everyone. I hope you ate your weight in food. Below we share the best new weekend movies to watch in theaters and available on streaming services that you shouldn’t miss.
One of the things I love most about these holidays is not only that we get to eat a lot of food and watch football, but we get a plethora of publications coming out to see on the big screen. We have good films and films that should be in the awards all year round.
Weekend movies to watch (and stream) today
- bones and alltheatre
- Dedication, theatre
- strange world, theatre
- the fabelmans, theatre
- a christmas secret, HBO Max
- Dear Lizzo, HBO Max
- good night oppy Prime video
- Disappointed, Disney+
- holiday harmony, HBO Max
- fantasy football, Outstanding+
- glass onion: A Knives Out Mystery Select Theater
I don’t know where to start with the number of movies coming out this weekend. We have Christmas movies getting us ready for the month ahead with two movies coming to HBO Max A Christmas secret and holiday harmony, neither of which sound appetizing. Nevertheless, I’m curious Dear Lizzoappearing on the streaming platform.
Disney+ continues to release sequels to films that began with the release of over a decade ago Disenchanted. The film is the sequel to the 2007 film Enchanted, in which Oscar-winning actress Amy Adams returns along with two of the original film stars, Patrick Dempsey and James Marsden. Of course, I’m on board that Adams can’t go wrong, so I’ll watch.
The big release of the week is bones and all which will excite the Chalamites (is that one thing) around the world. The film accompanies Maren (Taylor Russell) as she struggles to survive on the fringes of society. Russell and Timothée Chalamet received rave reviews for the film, and Mark Rylance also got some love for his creepy performance. I’m ready to eat this one.
What are you going to see this weekend? Are you going to enjoy a movie in the cinema or streaming?