New movies to watch in theaters and stream this weekend: September 17th
I don’t know much, but I know I love you, I mean, I’m talking about our readers, but I’m also talking about the weekend. It’s arrived and we’re sharing a list of the best new movies to watch in theaters and movies available on streaming services that you don’t want to miss.
One of the good things about streaming platforms that release new movies every week is that there are weeks (like this) where the theatrical slate isn’t that high. So instead of paying full price for a movie you don’t like, you can watch one on a streaming platform and if you don’t like it you can turn it off.
That being said, it can be a bit tricky to find out what’s coming out each week and we’re trying to make your weekend a little easier by providing you with a quick list of the new movies coming out this weekend, below.
We have a kid who becomes his real me, an old Spider-Man back on the big screen, and a Clint Eastwood making his return.
Discover the films available this weekend, from September 17, 2021.
New movies to watch in theaters to watch this weekend
- Tammy Faye’s eyes
- crying macho
- Cop shop
- Bayou blue (Limited edition)
- The hostel out of nowhere (Limited edition)
Since I first saw this trailer, I couldn’t believe Tammy Faye was Jessica Chastain. She’s completely immersed in the role, with some calling it one of the best performances of the year. However, she is not the only one receiving praise, Andrew Garfield has received praise for her performance, which as a big supporter of the “Garfield is underrated” team excites me. Although this is a limited version, I highly recommend that you research this one if you can.
New movies to stream from home this weekend
- Everybody’s talking about Jamie (main video)
- crying macho (HBO Max)
- Night books (Netflix)
- Riders of Justice (Hulu)
One of my favorite movies of the year finally hits Prime Video on Friday. I saw Everybody’s talking about Jamie it was just over a month ago and I was just blown away by its quality. Max Harwood plays Jamie, a kid who realizes he wants to be a drag queen at the ball. The music is fun, the cinematography is beautiful, and the story is beautiful.
What will you be watching this weekend? Will you enjoy a movie in theaters or streamed?