Friday, April 24, 2020

What to Watch This Weekend: April 24, 2020

Redbox: Bad Boys for Life
Bad Boys For Life brings the iconic duo back for another ride with enough nostalgia to please fans of the first films and enough humor, action, and new characters to start a new franchise. For more information, check out our review!

Redbox: The Gentlemen
The Gentlemen is classic Guy Ritchie: a fantastic cast acting in a complicated crime caper fueled by Ritchie's amazing style and sharp, clever writing.  For more information, check out our review!

Streaming (Netflix): Extraction
Extraction is an adrenaline rush from start to finish, with amazing action, brutal fighting, and intense vehicle scenes that are complemented by some superb cinematography and characters.  For more information, check out our review!

Streaming (Apple TV+): Beastie Boys Story: A Spike Jonze Live Documentary
Beastie Boys Story is simply a treat; an unfiltered emotional journey through the iconic band's history while offering insight and experiences from the Beastie Boys themselves.  For more information, check out our review!

Streaming (Apple TV+): Defending Jacob
Defending Jacob is a powerful character drama with an all star cast, great production values, and a compelling story that will hook you from the start.  For more information, check out our review!

Streaming (HBO): Stuber
STUBER is a wild ride from start to finish that has plenty of laughs, ridiculous situations, and interesting commentary on societal norms.  For more information, check out our review!  

Streaming (Amazon): I Am Legend
Will Smith's post-apocalyptic movie features plenty of the main man himself as the last surviving human of an enemy that hunts in the darkness.  

Streaming (Amazon): Zombieland
The original cult classic is on Amazon for streaming.  If you want to check out the apocalypse that could have been, then sit back and take a ride with our favorite state-named survivor misfits.  Just remember Rule #77, watch this movie!

Streaming (Vudu Free With Ads): St. Vincent
St. Vincent receives high marks for putting Bill Murray back in a lead comedic role, alongside Melissa McCarthy and Naomi Watts. The main draw is Murray and the director Melfi's perfect script that provides a great vehicle for Murray's comedy. 

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