Wondering what to watch over the weekend? Here’s a list of movies that you can watch in theaters and some on Apple TV, from the comfort of your home.
If you are fond of sci-fi action movies, then “Moonfall” is a perfect pick for you. The flick is available in theaters. It revolves around a NASA executive named Jo, who goes on a mission into space with a conspiracy theorist to save humanity. It is helmed by director Roland Emmerich and it stars Halle Berry, Kelly Yu, Patrick Wilson and John Bradley.
Here’s another movie on the list that you can experience in the theaters, “Jackass Forever,” which is helmed by the director Jeff Tremaine. It is a new installment of the popular comedy franchise, “Jackass” that revolves around hilarious stunts performed by actors Johnny Knoxville, Rachel Wolfson, Bam Margera, Steve O and Jason Acuña.
The Worst Person in the World
If you love watching movies filled with emotions, then you should check out ” The Worst Person in the World,” which revolves around a girl who tries to handle her troubled love life and career. The movie is helmed by director Joachim Trier and it is running in theaters. The movie stars Renate Reinsve, Anders Danielsen Lie, Herbert Nordrum, Maria Grazia Di Meo and Marianne Krogh.
Alone With You
Looking forward to watching a mystery thriller? Watch “Alone With You” over the weekend in theaters. The movie revolves around a young woman who experiences strange voices and hallucinations in her apartment while she is busy preparing a romantic setup for her girlfriend. The story further unfolds when the woman learns about the hidden facts shared by her mother (played by Barbara Crampton) on a video call. The movie is helmed by directors Justin Brooks and Emily Bennett. The movie also stars Emily Bennett, Dora Madison and Emma Myles.
Ghosts of the Ozarks
Craving a horror thriller? Check out “Ghosts of the Ozarks,” which revolves around a young doctor who discovers a supernatural presence in a remote town in the Ozarks. The movie is available on Apple TV and Google Play. The movie stars Tara Perry, David Arquette, Thomas Hobson, Angela Bettis and Tim Blake Nelson. It is helmed by directors Jordan Wayne Long and Matt Glass.
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