Between movie theaters, VOD, Redbox, Netflix and the rest of the streaming platforms, a lot of content has dropped this week. I went through and found some of the best options you can watch this weekend.
Tenet (Sept. 4)
Christopher Nolan’s newest action/thriller is now in theaters. In it, a secret agent has one mission — to prevent another world war. To do so, he’ll have to travel through time.
Scoob! (Sept. 1)
Scooby and the gang are at it again in this new animated mystery that’s now out on Redbox. This is the gang’s biggest mystery to date and, while they try to solve it, they realize a lot about their beloved Scooby and his destiny.
Blood Quantum (Sept. 1)
If horror and zombies are your thing, you’ll definitely want to watch Blood Quantum this weekend. In it, a zombie virus takes over and gets rid of the population on Earth — except for the Mi’qmaq community.
Robin’s Wish (Sept. 1)
Robin Williams fans will not want to miss Robin’s Wish. It’s an intimate look at the actor and his last few days of life. The documentary was created by filmmaker Tylor Norwood.
Critical Thinking (Sept. 4)
This new biographical drama was directed by, and stars, John Leguizamo. In the movie, he’s a talented teacher who inspires his minority students to play, and win, at chess. It’s based on the 1998 Miami Jackson Senior High School chess team, according to IMDB.
I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Sept. 4)
In this new movie, a woman travels to meet her new boyfriend’s family for the first time. Strange instances start happening and she starts to question everything she knows about herself — and her new beau. Watch this one on Netflix.
Love, Guaranteed (Sept. 4)
A lawyer is approached about an unusual lawsuit in this new film. A man wants to sue a dating website that guaranteed love after he went on 986 dates and didn’t find love. Rachael Leigh Cook and Damon Wayans, Jr. star in this one.
Raised by Wolves (Sept. 3)
This sci-fi series is the story of androids who must raise human kids. They do this on a mysterious planet but realize that it’s far more difficult than they thought to raise, and teach, humans.
Ricky Valero is a host of the Music City Drive-In podcast. Listen to it on your favorite streaming platforms and follow their website for more movie and TV news.