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Moonfall, Netflix’s Bubble, and more new movies you can watch at home this weekend

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this weekend Falling moonThe latest sci-fi disaster movie independence day Director Roland Emmerich has finally been lent to VOD. If the movie of celestial collisions with the Earth doesn’t sound like a fun Friday movie idea, don’t worry. There are many more new releases to choose from for VOD and streaming.

This week’s selection is: bubbleNew post apocalyptic sci-fi romantic animated film Attack on Titan Director Tetsuro Araki. 2020 Poland-Italian erotic drama sequel 365 daysSouth African historical drama Silverton HeadquartersThere are four other new movies released on Netflix. Teen rom-com Crush With Rowan Blanchard (Wrinkles in time) Streaming on Hulu, biographical sports drama Survivor With Ben Foster (For all possibilities) You can watch it on HBO Max. Conclude everything with the release of the Psychological Thriller in 2022 Birdhouse There’s new entertainment on VOD that you can watch over the weekend.

To keep up with the new and existing features, we’ll be introducing new movies that will be available for streaming and VOD this weekend.


Falling moon

Where to look: Available for $ 5.99 on Apple, Amazon and Vudu

The moon falls from the moonfall universe to the earth

Image: Lions Gate

Roland Emmerich’s latest cataclysm story tells you exactly what you need to know about tin cans. The moon is falling. In an ensemble cast that includes Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, Michael Pena, Donald Sutherland, Falling moon This is a bit of a reversion to the era when disaster movies were a more hit genre.

In our opinion:

Emmerich made a name for himself as one of the last great champions of disaster films.The genre that made him famous like a movie independence day When 2 days later, He lost support because the destruction of the movie became the main subject of superhero movies. Falling moon It’s a reversion to that kind of show, but it confirms the return of this genre.I’m embarrassed Falling moon It’s a killer title / premise combo and a kind of movie-like cheese that draws blockbuster lovers into all its pure madness (sorry).

bubble

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

In the movie

Photo: WitStudio / Netflix

Attack on Titan Director Tetsuro Araki, Gen Urobuchi Writer (Magical Girl Madoka ☆ Magica), Character designer Takeshi Obata (Intimidation of killing) Composer Hiroyuki Sawano (walk) Gather for the modern Hans Christian Andersen riff Little mermaid When bubbleThe latest Netflix original animation features created by Wit Studio. Set in another universe where Tokyo is cut off from the outside world after gravitational bubbles fall from the sky, the film follows the story of Hibiki, a reckless and introverted teenager / post-apocalyptic parkour enthusiast. I am. A mysterious girl with miraculous power, a loft that can only be saved by a song.

In our opinion:

bubble When it comes to the psychology of the protagonist, it’s better than the dramatically ineffective threat of raging magic bubbles. When he’s not dealing with the ridiculous “Tokyo Battle Cool” rivals, he reveals more about the cast. And no matter how intangible the underlying idea is, the ending of the movie is beautiful. A great animated movie about learning parkour by The Little Mermaid. The dedication to the anime tradition of adapting letters in a completely unexpected direction must mean something.

Crush

Where to look: Can be streamed on Hulu

Page (Rowan Blanchard) and AJ (Auli'i Cravalho) in a room illuminated by the neon lights of the crash (2022)

Photo: Hulu

As up-and-coming entertainer Page (Rowan Blanchard) joins the high school athletics team and approaches the long-time crash Gabriel (Isabella Ferreira), she unexpectedly attracts her teammate AJ (Auli’i Cravalho) instead. Will be As they get closer, Page will face a difficult decision not only about who he wants to be with, but also what he wants from her relationship.

365 days: this day

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

Massimo (Michele Morrone) lets Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) lick a huge erotic chin in the 365 Days: This Day hot tub.

Photo: Netflix

365 days: this day The up-and-coming marriage of Laura (Anna Mariasy Cracca) and her former POW Massimo (Michele Morone) is threatened not only by Massimo’s criminal family, but also by the love interests of her rivals, but with Poland in 2020. The Italian erotic drama is at the edge of the abyss of passing. Be careful not to stop anything to seduce Laura. How does it compare to the original?

In our opinion:

Freed from the problematic premise of the first movie today It’s easier to enjoy as a guilty camp. Whether intentional or unintentional, there are certainly fun, mature and unpleasant moments of abandonment. Lamborghini’s white bride.Honeymoon sex golf game where Laura Paul dances on the green flag Spread your legs and invite Massimo’s kick.. The iron labeled “Fuck me” is engraved in gold. Massimo and Laura use a combination of more luxurious colored glasses to cover up wrinkled faces, constipated eyebrows, and distorted sex faces, a spectacular sight from start to finish. (Speaks about 50 tones.)

Kongsi Raya

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

2022 Malaysian comedy drama Kongsi Raya They are Jack (Wilson Lee) and Sharifah, a Chinese chef and Malaysian television producer. As the two fathers challenge each other to a television duel of food, the couple must find a solution to end their feud and save their future together.

Silverton Headquarters

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

A woman swinging an AK-47 outside the bank of the Siege of Silverton.

Photo: Netflix

2022 South African historical drama based on true story Silverton Headquarters It follows the story of three young freedom fighters who took South African banks hostage in exchange for the release of Nelson Mandela.

Marilyn Monroe Mystery: Unreleased Tape

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

Marilyn Monroe's Mystery: A file photo of Marilyn Monroe kissing Arthur Miller on her wedding day at Tape Anhiard.

Photo: Netflix

Netflix documentaries seek to track the tragic death of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe and the events that led to the entanglement of the plot that broke out decades after her death. Collected from unpublished recordings of Monroe and her relatives, Marilyn Monroe Mystery: Unreleased Tape It is both a memorial and an investigation into one of the most studied celebrity deaths in American history.

Honeymoon with mom

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

Husband (Carmen Machi) and adult son Jose Luis (Kim Gutierrez) are honeymoon with my mom wearing a flower ray necklace.

Photo: Netflix

When Jose Luis (Kim Gutierrez) was abandoned on the altar, he was persuaded by his intimidating mother Mari (Carmen Machi) to go on a honeymoon with him anyway so as not to waste money. I did. Jose is unhappy and exhausted every minute, so his mother is having the best time in her life. Fascinated by this new aspect of her mother’s personality, Jose tries to learn from her how to make the most of her bad situation.

Ram Springa

Where to look: Can be used for streaming on Netflix

Jonas Holden leader as a young Amish wearing a bicycle helmet in Ramspringa (2022).

Photo: Netflix

German comedy for adults in 2022 Ram Springa It follows a young Amish (Jonas Holdenleader) who goes on a parade trip to Berlin in search of a life he never knew outside the church. When she discovers everything the city offers, from parties and romance to new friends and adventures, she has to choose from more life offers.

Survivor

Where to look: Can be streamed on HBO Max

Ben Foster as a survivor boxer Harry Haft.

Photo: HBO

Director Barry Levinson (model, Lie magician), Survivor It adapted the real story of former Auschwitz prisoner and professional boxer Harry Haft (Ben Foster), and he lost love while wrestling with guilt about his disliked accomplices in the Nazi barbaric display. Look for.

I love America

Where to look: Can be streamed on Amazon Prime Video

Image: Amazon Prime Video

The divorced French filmmaker (Sophie Marceau) felt freed by the death of his mother and decided to cross the Atlantic from Paris to Los Angeles in this romantic comedy.

Birdhouse

Where to look: Rent for $ 6.99 on Amazon, Apple and Vudu

Chris Messina as Seth, a cult leader wearing a strange geometric mask in the aviary (2022).

Photo: Saban Films

Malin Åkerman and Lorenza Izzo starred in the 2022 psychological thriller. Birdhouse Gillian and Blair are two women who flee together from the New Mexico desert and out of the hands of a gloomy cult known as Skylight. As the journey to freedom and security becomes more and more difficult, disturbed by the malicious vision of Skylight leader Seth (Chris Messina), the duos become more and more skeptical of each other. Are there any hopes of escaping the influence of Seth, or are they destined to return to his herd enclosure?


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Moonfall, Netflix’s Bubble, and more new movies you can watch at home this weekend

Photo: Reiner Bajo/Lionsgate
This weekend Moonfall, the latest sci-fi disaster film from Independence Day director Roland Emmerich, is finally available to rent on VOD. If a movie about a celestial body crashing into Earth doesn’t sound like your idea of a fun Friday flick, don’t worry; we’ve got plenty more great new releases on VOD and streaming to choose from.
This week’s picks include Bubble, the new post-apocalyptic sci-fi romance anime film from Attack on Titan director Tetsurō Araki; the follow-up to 2020 Polish-Italian erotic drama 365 Days; the South African historical drama Silverton Siege; and four more new films are available to stream on Netflix. The teenage rom-com Crush starring Rowan Blanchard (A Wrinkle in Time) is streaming on Hulu, while the biographical sports drama The Survivor starring Ben Foster (Hell or High Water) is available to watch on HBO Max. Top that off with the release of the 2022 psychological thriller The Aviary on VOD and you’ve got a weekend’s worth of great new entertainment to watch.
To help you get a handle on what’s new and available, here are the new movies you can watch on streaming and VOD this weekend.
Moonfall
Where to watch: Available to rent for $5.99 on Apple, Amazon, Vudu

Image: Lionsgate
Roland Emmerich’s latest disaster epic tells you exactly what you need to know, right on the tin: The moon, it is falling. With an ensemble cast featuring Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, Michael Peña, and Donald Sutherland, Moonfall is a bit of a throwback to an era when disaster movies were a more fashionable blockbuster genre.
From our review:

Emmerich has made a name for himself as one of the last great disaster-movie kings. The genre that made him famous, via movies like Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, has fallen out of favor, as cinematic destruction has largely become the purview of superhero films. Moonfall is a throwback to that sort of spectacle, but it’s one that makes a terrible case for the genre’s return. Which is a shame, because Moonfall is a killer title/premise combo, the kind of cinematic cheese that makes blockbuster-lovers perk up at the sheer lunacy (sorry) of it all.

Bubble
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Image: Wit Studio/Netflix
Attack on Titan director Tetsurō Araki, writer Gen Urobuchi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica), character designer Takeshi Obata (Death Note), and composer Hiroyuki Sawano (Promare) team up for a contemporary riff on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid with Bubble, the latest Netflix original anime feature produced by Wit Studio. Set in an alternate universe where Tokyo has been cut off from the outside world in the wake of gravity-defying bubbles raining down from the sky, the film follows the story of Hibiki, a reckless introvert teen/post-apocalyptic parkour enthusiast who falls from a rooftop only to be saved by Uta, a mysterious girl with miraculous powers.
From our review:

Bubble is at its best when it’s dealing with its main character’s psychology, rather than the dramatically inert threat of angry magic bubbles. It illuminates more about its cast when it isn’t dealing with its ridiculous “Tokyo Battlekour” rivalries. And the film’s conclusion is beautiful, no matter how unformed the ideas behind it are. It’s a handsomely animated film where the Little Mermaid learns parkour. That commitment to the anime tradition of taking literary adaptations in completely unexpected directions has got to count for something.

Crush
Where to watch: Available to stream on Hulu

Image: Hulu
When aspiring artist Paige (Rowan Blanchard) joins her high school track team in order to get closer to her long-time crush Gabrielle (Isabella Ferreira), she instead finds herself unexpectedly drawn to her teammate AJ (Auli’i Cravalho). As the two grow closer, Paige will be faced with the hard decision of not only who she wants to be with, but what she wants out of a relationship at all.
365 Days: This Day
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Image: Netflix
365 Days: This Day brushes past the cliffhanger of the 2020 Polish-Italian erotic drama, as the nascent marriage of Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) and her former captor turned lover, Massimo (Michele Morrone), is threatened not only by Massimo’s criminal family but a rival love interest who will stop at nothing to seduce Laura for himself. How does it stack up compared to the original?
From our review:

Defanged of the first film’s problematic premise, This Day is easier to enjoy as guilt-free camp. There are moments of ripe, tasteless abandon that are absolutely hilarious, intentionally or (more likely) not. The white bridal Lamborghini. The honeymoon game of sex golf, where Laura pole dances on the green’s flag, then spreads her legs to invite Massimo’s putt. The shackles that have “fuck me” embossed on them in gold. The extraordinary display of eyewear throughout, as Massimo and Laura mask their squinting pouts, constipated frowns, and grimacing sex faces in ever more extravagant assemblies of tinted glass. (Talk about 50 shades.)

Kongsi Raya
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

The 2022 Malaysian comedy drama Kongsi Raya follows Jack (Wilson Lee) and Sharifah, a Chinese chef and a Malay TV producer whose budding romance is stifled by their long-feuding fathers. As the two dads challenge one another to a televised cooking duel, the couple are forced to find a solution to settle the feud and save their future together.
Silverton Siege
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Image: Netflix
Based on a true story, the 2022 South African historical drama Silverton Siege follows the story of three young freedom fighters who take a South African bank hostage in exchange for the the release of Nelson Mandela.
The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Image: Netflix
The Netflix documentary attempts to retrace the events leading up to Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe’s tragic death and the tangle of conspiracies that erupted in the decades following her passing. Pieced together from previously unheard recordings of Monroe and those closest to her, The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes is both a memorial and an investigation into one of the most highly scrutinized celebrity deaths in American history.
Honeymoon with My Mother
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Image: Netflix
When he’s dumped at the altar, José Luís (Quim Gutiérrez) is cajoled by his overbearing mother, Mari (Carmen Machi), to go on his honeymoon with her anyway so as not to waste money. With every passing moment of José feeling more unhappy and washed up, his mother is having the time of her life. Blown away by this newfound side of his mother’s personality, José endeavors to learn from her how to make the best of a bad situation.
Rumspringa
Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Image: Netflix
The 2022 German coming-of-age comedy Rumspringa follows a young Amish man (Jonas Holdenrieder) who embarks on a rite of passage trip to Berlin in search of the life he never knew outside the church. As he discovers all that the city has to offer him, from parties and romance to new friends and adventure, he’ll have to choose between which life has more to offer him.
The Survivor
Where to watch: Available to stream on HBO Max

Image: HBO
Directed by Barry Levinson (Paterno, The Wizard of Lies), The Survivor dramatizes the real-life story of Harry Haft (Ben Foster), a former Auschwitz prisoner turned professional boxer searching for his lost love all while wrestling with the lingering guilt over his reluctant complicity in the Nazis’ spectacle of barbarism.
I Love America
Where to watch: Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

Image: Amazon Prime Video
A divorced French filmmaker (Sophie Marceau) feels freed by the death of her mother and decides to move across the Atlantic Ocean, going from Paris to Los Angeles, in this romcom.
The Aviary
Where to watch: Available to rent for $6.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

Image: Saban Films
Malin Akerman and Lorenza Izzo star in the 2022 psychological thriller The Aviary as Jillian and Blair, two women who flee together into the deserts of New Mexico to escape the clutches of an insidious cult known as Skylight. Plagued by malicious visions of Skylight’s leader Seth (Chris Messina), the pair find themselves increasingly suspicious of one another as the journey to freedom and safety become more and more arduous. Is there any hope for them to escape Seth’s influence, or are they doomed to return to the fold of his flock?

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