The greatest way to see the newest movies has evolved to include streaming options. We’ve gathered the greatest films so you won’t be left in the dark until it’s time to watch the movie, whether they’ll be making a stop in theatres before launching as digital rentals or they debut as the first original versions out from likes of Netflix, Apple TV, and HBO.
Check back every week often on Friday to do the newest additions for films that are currently streaming, the newest releases in theatres, and movies coming up next week.
Genre: Comedy, Action
Release Date: January 27 on Amazon Prime Video
Cast: Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Coolidge, Sônia Braga, D’Arcy Carden, Cheech Marin, Josh Duhamel, Selena Tan, Desmin Borges Lenny and Kravitz,
Til Death Do Us Part’ appears to take on a completely new definition throughout this extremely funny, adrenaline-fueled journey as Darcy and Tom just want to save their dear ones they don’t kill each other first. Darcy and Tom assemble their families for the final destination wedding, but when the entire party is taken captive, “Til Death Do Us Part” took on a new meaning.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release Date: January 27 on Netflix
Cast: Jonah Hill, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Nia Long, Lauren London, Sam Jay, David Duchovny, Molly Gordon, Travis Bennett, and Eddie Murphy
Amid generational gaps, cultural conflicts, and societal expectations, a young couple and their family struggle with modern love.
Life Upside Down
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Release Date: January 27
Cast: Bob Odenkirk, Danny Huston, Rosie Fellner, Terence Bernie Hines, Cyrus Palhavi, Jeanie Lim, Crispian Belfrage and Radha Mitchell
However, during the start of the lockdown in Los Angeles, three couples who are tied by friendship, love, and employment are all confined to their homes. Their lives slowly but flip upside down as they are finally forced to confront their partners, mates, lovers, and ultimately themselves.
Genre: Science Fiction, Horror, Comedy
Release Date: January 27 | January 6 in theater’s
Cast: Allison Williams, Brian Jordan, McGraw, Jenna Davis, Amie Donald, Jen Van Epps, Alvarez, Stephane Garneau-Monten, Michael Saccente, and Ronny Chieng,
M3GAN, a lifelike doll designed by a clever toy company roboticist using artificial intelligence, is programmed to form an emotional connection with its recently orphaned niece. And when the doll’s programming is too effective, it causes her to overprotect her new friend, which has terrifying consequences.
Once I Was Engaged
Genre: Comedy, Family, Romance
Release Date: January 27, 2023, | July 21, 2021, in theaters
Cast: Clare Niederpruem, Lisa Clark, Tanner Gillman, Shaun Johnson, Paris Warner, Bart Johnson, Allie Jennings, Mila Smith, and Hailey Smith
Set roughly two years after the events of the last film, “Once I Was a Beehive,” this independent smash is a sequel. The surprising engagement of Bree Carrington and the ensuing wedding planning frenzy bring the young women with their leaders back again, with amusing and heartwarming outcomes.
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