Friday, September 17, 2021

What to Watch This Weekend: Blue Bayou, Prisoners of the Ghostland, Copshop, Last Matinee, Riders of Justice, Jamie, Simon, Jaws

For An Oscar-Worthy Drama: Blue Bayou (Theaters) 
Blue Bayou is a powerful drama that looks at race, family, love, and life through understated cinematography, complicated characters, beautiful music, and a gut-wrenching, uniquely American story.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Stylish And Violent Dose of Nic Cage Craziness: Prisoners of the Ghostland (Theaters and Digital)
Prisoners of the Ghostland is pure insanity, with a cinema blend of Japanese, spaghetti western, and apocalyptic influences into a Nic Cage fever dream of violence and style.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Suspenseful And Funny Action Film: CopShop (Theaters)
Copshop is a wild ride, with a wonderfully insane cast of characters and a mysterious story that is mixed with stylish touches and equal parts tension, action, and humor.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Musical Journey Of Self Discovery: Everybody's Talking About Jamie (Amazon Prime)
Everybody's Talking About Jamie and rightly so; the movie adaptation of the musical has entertaining and impactful songs, a vibrant cast, and an emotional story about finding yourself.   For more information, check out the review!

For A Killer Movie Theater Experience: The Last Matinee (Digital)
The Last Matinee has a throwback slasher feel with its wonderful classic theater setting, grisly effects and deaths, and quirky cast of theater patrons.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Charming LGBTQ Drama: Love, Simon (Hulu)
The heartfelt and heart warming coming of age story of a young teenager struggling with his own feelings while trying to maintain the status quo in his final year of high school.  It just got added to Hulu so make make sure to check it out!

For An Unconventional Revenge Thriller: Riders of Justice (Hulu)
Riders of Justice tells an unconventional revenge thriller with a misfit gang of mercenaries and plenty of action, humor, and heart.  For more information, check out our review!

For Those Missing Summer: Jaws (Netflix)
The entire Jaws Franchise just got added to Netflix, so those of you missing some of those summer vibes and get over that by watching the original summer ruiner, Jaws.  

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