There are numerous ways to catch the latest films. You can rent them digitally or stream first-run originals on Netflix and Hulu for new shows coming. To keep up with the latest releases, check out this article.
Ryan Murphy’s “The Watcher” is coming to streaming platforms. The author and co-creator of the series have previously worked on various projects, including “Glee” and “Dahmer.” While the series may not live up to its hype, it is worth watching.
The Watcher is based on a true story, and it stars Bobby Cannavale and Naomi Watts. The series is seven episodes long and stars a stellar ensemble of supporting players. Fans of true crime are sure to enjoy the show. The series has a 31% Rotten Tomatoes score and is a hit among viewers.
The Luckiest Girl Alive
If you’re looking for a great comedy, you’ll want to check out the Netflix original comedy, The Luckiest Girl Alive. This romantic comedy stars Mila Kunis and follows a young woman named Ani FaNelli as she tries to find her missing father. The film is quite harrowing, with several scenes sure to get your heart racing. The film’s trigger warnings are relatively low, but many viewers have asked for stronger warnings.
Adam Sandler has built an entertainment empire over the past 30 years, starring in dozens of hit movies and stand-up specials. His production company, Happy Madison Productions, has also given many of his friends regular film roles. His partnership with Netflix has proved profitable, as most of his recent films are now on the service. As of this writing, Sandler’s next film is expected to hit Netflix soon.
There are many reasons to watch the first season of “Star Trek: Lower Decks,” including the fact that it’s free. But with the second season set to premiere on August 12, there are even more reasons to catch this sci-fi drama. The second season will have ten episodes, and the new episodes will be released each week individually.
You can watch the second season of Star Trek: Lower Decks on streaming platforms such as Netflix and Hulu.
Jerry & Marge Go Large
Zac Efron is in good company in his new movie, Jerry & Marge Go Large, which premieres June 17 on Paramount+. The movie is based on a true story about retired couple Jerry and Marge, who won a lottery and helped revitalize their hometown. It also stars Bryan Cranston, Annette Bening, and Jake McDorman, directed by David Frankel. Gil Netter and Amy Baer produce the film via Levantine Films, Landline Pictures, and MRC Films.
Zac Efron is a perfect choice for the lead role. His performance is powerful and affecting, as his character breaks down physically, mentally, and emotionally. Despite its rushed and faulty script, the actor’s effort shines through. Jerry & Marge Go Large is a must-see for fans of Efron.
The Old Man
Sylvester Stallone’s The old man is now available to watch on streaming platforms. The film tells the story of mountain rescue ranger Gabe Walker, who failed to save his best friend’s girlfriend. The film stars Sylvester Stallone as a stoic mountain man. The movie is based on a true story.
Sylvester Stallone is back in a new action movie. The Samaritan is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. It stars Stallone and Javon Walton. It is described as a dark superhero film. Other actors include Pilou Asbaek, Dascha Polanco, and Moises Arias.
The ambulance is a car chase movie directed by Michael Bay. The Blu-ray edition of “Ambulance” includes a digital code to watch the movie on streaming platforms. The ambulance will cost six dollars to rent or $20 to buy. After renting or buying the movie, you can watch it as often as you like, within 30 days.