It’s Sunday and time to look at what to watch this weekend on the best streaming services – Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu etc. Let’s dive into the rundown of what to watch right now.
The Time Traveler’s Wife
- Genre: Romance
- Where to Stream: HBO Max
The Time Traveler’s Wife fans will definitely enjoy HBO’s series adaptation of the 2009 movie. With Theo James in place of Eric Bana as Henry and Rose Leslie in place of Rachel McAdams as Clare, this narrative about a time traveller and his wife digs much deeper into the decades-long development of their inevitable bond. The Time Traveler’s Wife is the ideal show for any romantic drama fan, with only a few episodes available so far and some pretty fascinating cliffhangers.
Charlie St. Cloud
- Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
- Where to Stream: Amazon Prime Video, Discovery+, iTunes Store, Vudu, Hulu
The 2010 film Charlie St. Cloud, based on Ben Sherwood’s novel The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud, explores the consequences that golden boy and Stanford accept Charlie (Zac Efron) endures after his beloved baby brother Sam is murdered in a car accident (Charlie Tahan). Charlie is able to maintain his link with Sam and play a daily sunset game of catch thanks to his gift of connecting with the afterlife. When a new face in town piques Charlie’s interest, he finds himself in a pickle, forced to choose between his past and what could be a fantastic future. This film is a gem because it is simple but highly moving.
The Real Housewives of Dubai
- Genre: Documentary/Reality
- Where to Stream: Bravo
The Real Housewives of Dubai is really what to watch this weekend streaming. Welcome to the Golden City! Bravo fans have been waiting over two decades for a foreign chapter of the popular franchise, and the Real Housewives of Dubai delivers! Nina Ali, Sara Al Madani, Chanel Ayan, Caroline Brooks, Lesa Milan, and Ladies of London alum Caroline Stanbury are among the seven vibrant ladies featured on the show, who will give viewers access to their personal lives, numerous enterprises, and extravagant parties. As these old (and new) pals negotiate their diverse (and exclusive) social circles, fans can expect lots of drama.
- Genre: Action/Adventure
- Where to Stream: Netflix
It’s all the more shocking given that this is a Telugu-language historical epic that is only available in Hindi on Netflix. But, even if there is a language barrier, it doesn’t matter because the entire experience is so frickin’ awesome. The fictional meeting of two future revolutionaries, Alluri Sitarama Raju (Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Rama Rao), as they become best friends and eventually come to blows is the subject of the story, which is largely based on historical reality. The action is enormous and over-the-top, the visuals are magnificent, the music — even dancing sequences! — are incredible, and you’ll want more from filmmaker S. S. Rajamouli after you’ve seen it. Put the three hours aside tonight as a favour to yourself. You will not be disappointed. RRR is must-not-miss movie for those who seek what to watch this weekend on Netflix.
I Know What You did Last Summer
- Genre: Horror
- Where to Stream: Amazon Prime Video, iTunes Store, Vudu, Hulu, HBO Max, YouTube
I Know What You Did Last Summer, a campy horror classic, is now streaming on HBO Max, making it a no-brainer for your next summer movie night. Kevin Williamson’s slasher from 1997 tells the story of a group of friends who are plagued by a murder they committed the summer before, when they ran over an unlucky fisherman and dumped his body in the water. A killer with a deadly hook terrorises Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ryan Phillippe, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Freddie Prinze Jr. for their mistake. Since its release years ago, the film has spawned a slew of sequels even a Prime Video spinoff series, but none of them can match the original.
Austin Powers in Goldmember
- Genre: Comedy
- Where to Stream: Amazon Prime Video, iTunes Store, Vudu
The cult classic trilogy concludes with Austin Powers in Goldmember. The action-comedy from 2002 has it all: comedy, action, celebrity cameos, and… drum roll, please… Beyonce! Mike Myers reprises his roles as both the groovy British spy Austin Powers and his pinky-raising arch-nemesis Dr. Evil, following the success of Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999). In addition to being a writer and producer, Myers also plays Fat Bastard and Goldmember. Meanwhile, Beyonce plays Austin’s sidekick and former lover, Foxxy Cleopatra, in the film. This comedy movie is really what to watch right now.
- Genre: Comedy
- Where to Stream: Disney+
Ms. Marvel, a fresh new show that is about as different from Moon Knight as it gets, is back on Disney+. Our superhero this week is Kamala Khan, a teen from Jersey City whose biggest concern is persuading her strict parents to allow her attend AvengerCon. When she discovers her grandmother’s ancestral bracelet, however, she is confronted with a whole new set of problems, as well as a whole new set of superpowers. Thanks to a spectacular performance from absolute newbie Iman Vellani, the series is off to a wonderful start. It undoubtedly helped that she plays Captain Marvel’s #1 fan and is a Marvel superfan. The excitement is palpable, and the party has only just begun.