Wondering what to see this weekend? Here’s a list of movies you can watch in the comfort of your own home in cinemas and some on Apple TV.
If you like sci-fi action movies, then Moonfall is a perfect choice for you. The strip is available in cinemas. It revolves around a NASA executive named Jo who goes on a mission to save humanity with a conspiracy theorist. It is directed by Roland Emmerich and stars Halle Berry, Kelly Yu, Patrick Wilson and John Bradley.
Here’s another movie on the list for you to see in theaters, Jackass Forever, directed by director Jeff Tremaine. It’s a new installment in the popular comedy franchise Jackass, centered 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 full of emotions then you should watch The Worst Person Alive, which is about a girl trying to cope with her difficult love life and career. The film is directed by director Joachim Trier and is running in cinemas. The film stars Renate Reinsve, Anders Danielsen Lie, Herbert Nordrum, Maria Grazia Di Meo and Marianne Krogh.
alone with you
Are you looking forward to a mystery thriller? See Alone With You in theaters this weekend. The film revolves around a young woman who experiences strange voices and hallucinations in her apartment while she is busy preparing a romantic arrangement for her friend. The story continues to unfold when the woman over a video call learns the hidden facts shared by her mother (played by Barbara Crampton). The film is being helmed by directors Justin Brooks and Emily Bennett. The film also stars Emily Bennett, Dora Madison and Emma Myles.
Ghosts of the Ozarks
Fancy a horror thriller? Check out Ghosts of the Ozarks, which follows a young doctor who discovers a supernatural presence in a remote Ozarks town. The film is available on Apple TV and Google Play. The film stars Tara Perry, David Arquette, Thomas Hobson, Angela Bettis and Tim Blake Nelson. It is directed by Jordan Wayne Long and Matt Glass.
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