Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19, it’s essential that we all stay indoors and keep ourselves safe. But a break from work/studies has left people with a lot of spare time on our hands. The first few days were okay, you kept ourselves busy with dishes, laundry, unfinished assignments. But now that you’re done with all that, we need more, right? Worry not, we’ve brought for you a list of Top 10 Movies you can stream this weekend.
1. Marriage Story (Netflix)
Starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver, the movie is not one of those typical happily-ever-after stories. The movie is not even the story of marriage but on the contrary, a tale of its disintegration.
Nicole, an LA actress, falls in love with a director of the theatre, Charlie Barber. The two marry, have a kid, and settle in New York. On the surface, their relationship seems perfect. You could never tell how things went south, but they do. Find out how their seemingly happy marriage ends in a divorce.
Watch the trailer of the movie here.
2. I, Tonya (Hulu)
The 2017 movie is the biopic of Tonya Harding. Harding, who had a depressing childhood, grew up to be one of the most prominent figures in the history of Figure Skating.
Her career took a crash when his bodyguard, as well as ex-husband, attempted to injure her nemesis, Nancy Kerrigan. Harding was linked to the incident, which turned out to be an accusation that brought her fall. Margot Robbie stars the movie as Tonya.
Watch its trailer here.
3. A Quiet Place (Prime)
John Krasinski is both the director and the actor in the movie. The movie is an apocalyptic story where an alien breed with no sight but hyper-sensitive hearing hunt down humans and kill them. The Abbott family must make no noise to survive under such circumstances.
A Quiet Place is rated as one of the best thriller movies on Prime.
4. Inside Out (Disney+)
Pete Docter is the director of this Pixar movie. The action of the movie takes place inside the head of a young girl, Riley. Riley’s family is moving to a new city, a decision that is troubling her. We witness in the movie all the feelings of her brain personified. These feelings are of Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust.
5. The Shawshank Redemption (Netflix)
The Morgan Freeman movie is a classic: you can watch it over and over and never get tired. The movie is the story of the life of an innocent man in prison, but also much more than that. Watch it on Netflix.
6. Troop Zero (Prime)
The 2020 movie is the story of Christmas Flint. Somewhat a misfit, Flint is convinced she belongs to an alien world. She keeps trying to find ways to establish contact with space.
Flint finds out about a talent show one day, in which the winner will get a chance to send their voice. She starts to gather girls to make a team to participate in and win the competition.
Watch the trailer to the movie here.
7. Booksmart (Hulu)
The coming-of-age movie is about two friends of about to graduate from high school, Amy and Molly. The whole class mocks them for not being fun at all. The two are determined to change that before high school ends. Thus, they attend a happening, which turns out to be an adventure.
Booksmart is one of the best coming-of-age movies on Hulu.
8. Avengers: Endgame (Disney+)
Certainly, none of the Marvel could’ve missed the giant theatrical release of the biggest movie of Marvel so far. But is that any reason for not watching it again? Clearly not!
Watch the concluding movie of Marvel phase 3 on Disney+.
Did you know that Endgame was nominated for an Academy Award?
9. To All The Boys: PS I Love You (Netflix)
The teen romance comes second in the adaptation of the Jenny Han novels. It features the life of Lara Jean, and her relationship problems with her first boyfriend ever, Peter Kavinsky.
Find out more about Jordan Fisher, who plays John Ambrose in the movie, here.
10. Wild Rose (Hulu)
The movie is the musical journey of Rose-Lynn, a small-town single mother of two. Lynn must balance between her personal and professional life if she wishes to achieve her dream of becoming a singer.