Friday, November 13, 2020

What to Watch This Weekend: Freaky, Come Away, Mulan, Echo Boomers, Bill & Ted, Over the Moon, A Christmas Feast, Yes God Yes

For Some Freaky Friday the 13th Action - Freaky (In Theaters)
Freaky is a mash up of slasher, humor, and teen drama, with enjoyable performances from Vaughn and Newton in this stylish, entertaining horror take on the body swap film.  For more information, check out the review!

For Some Heartfelt Holiday Cheer - A Christmas Feast / Feast of the Seven Fishes (Digital)
A Christmas Feast gives you an extra helping of interesting, complicated characters and serves them up in a fun and emotional holiday film that will have you coming back for seconds.  For more information, check out our review!

For Some Angsty Action - Echo Boomers (Theaters and Digital)
Echo Boomers has an excellent cast, an exciting story, and some very visceral scenes of destruction in this encapsulation of millennial and financial angst.  For more information, check out our review!

For the Dreamers and Fairy Talers - Come Away (Theaters)
Come Away will let your imagination fly, with its wonderful cast and refreshingly diverse reimagining of classic fairy tales.  For more information, check out our review!

For The Kids - Over The Moon (Netflix)
A new animated film from renowned Disney animator (and Oscar winner) Glen Keane, this film has a familiar family feel, beautiful animation, and a heartfelt message.

For Those Looking For A Heartfelt Dramady - Yes, God, Yes (Netflix)
A coming-of-age dramady with a fantastic performance by lead Natalie Dyer, and deals with growing up and sexuality in a smart, warmhearted manner.

For An Excellent Time - Bill and Ted Face the Music (Redbox)
Bill & Ted Face the Music is without a doubt the best of the franchise.  This adventure through time is one you do not want to miss: it it has tons of call backs from the previous films, memorable moments, and characters.  For more information, check out our review!

For the Disney Fans - Mulan (Redbox)
If you didn't want to pay $30 for the Disney plus premium version, and don't want to wait until Christmas for it to be free on Disney, check out Disney's live action Mulan remake available for rental at Redbox!  

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