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Top 7 Must-See Movies for Your Weekend: Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and Beyond

Dive into a cinematic feast this weekend as we present a carefully curated selection of movies spanning various genres, available on popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and more. Our team at Tom’s Guide has sifted through the vast array of options to bring you the cream of the crop. From superhero epics to thought-provoking documentaries, there’s something for everyone. So, grab your popcorn, sit back, and let the weekend movie marathon begin.

1. The Marvels (PVOD)

Step into the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest spectacle, “The Marvels.” Featuring the dynamic trio of Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani, this MCU installment promises a thrilling adventure. After a less-than-stellar box office run, the film is now available for streaming from the comfort of your home. Join Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, and Ms. Marvel as they navigate a tangled web of powers and multiverse threats.

Where to watch: Buy or rent on Amazon or Apple.

2. Invisible Beauty (Hulu)

Hulu brings you a compelling documentary, “Invisible Beauty,” offering an in-depth look at the pioneering journey of Bethann Hardison. As one of the first major Black models to break the color barrier in high fashion, Hardison’s impact is explored in this thought-provoking film. From her role in the historic Battle of Versailles Fashion Show to her advocacy for Black models, “Invisible Beauty” is a must-watch for those seeking insight into fashion history.

Where to watch: Stream it now on Hulu.

3. The Kitchen (Netflix)

Director Daniel Kaluuya takes you on a journey to a dystopian London in “The Kitchen.” This not-so-distant future paints a bleak picture of gentrification, police brutality, and the bulldozer of privatization. Follow the resilient residents of The Kitchen as they defy overwhelming odds to preserve their independent neighborhood. Starring Kane Robinson and Jedaiah Bannerman, this film blends social realism and sci-fi elements in a cautionary tale against unchecked capitalist greed.

Where to watch: Stream it now on Netflix.

4. Burn After Reading (Prime Video)

Take a comedic plunge into the world of CIA incompetence with Joel and Ethan Coen’s “Burn After Reading.” This black comedy, featuring a star-studded cast including John Malkovich, Frances McDormand, George Clooney, and Tilda Swinton, is a timeless exploration of misadventures triggered by an angry CIA analyst’s resignation. Brace yourself for a whirlwind of blackmail, affairs gone wrong, and baffling U.S. intelligence leaks.

Where to watch: Stream it now on Prime Video.

5. Uncharted (Hulu)

Experience the long-awaited big-screen adaptation of Naughty Dog’s “Uncharted” series on Hulu. Tom Holland takes on the role of Nathan Drake in this origin story, tracing the journey from a street-wise thief to the seasoned treasure hunter fans know and love. Recruited by the charismatic Victor “Sully” Sullivan, played by Mark Wahlberg, Drake embarks on a quest for the lost treasure of Ferdinand Magellan, facing off against ruthless adversaries.

Where to watch: Stream it now on Hulu.

6. Dumb Money (Netflix)

Relive the GameStop stock brouhaha of 2021 in the fictionalized adaptation, “Dumb Money.” Paul Dano stars as Keith Gill, an ordinary individual whose stock tip on Reddit sparks a financial movement, taking down a hedge fund in the process. Watch as billionaires fight back, the government gets involved, and the market goes haywire in this gripping financial crime/scam/scandal.

Where to watch: Stream it now on Netflix.

7. Next Goal Wins (PVOD)

Embark on a heartwarming journey with “Next Goal Wins,” based on the true tale of the world’s worst soccer team. Michael Fassbender takes on the role of journeyman football club manager Thomas Rongen, tasked with transforming the American Samoa team notorious for its 31-0 loss to Australia. Despite critical divergence, audiences find joy in this Taika Waititi movie, celebrating the camaraderie of a band of misfits led by Fassbender.

Where to watch: Available on PVOD platforms.

Let Tom’s Guide be your cinematic compass, ensuring your weekend is filled with the finest streaming entertainment. Enjoy the show!

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