These days, everyone seems to have the same sad story to talk about – the ill effects of the pandemic on their social life! But we’re not going to get into that since each one of us would then need a shoulder to cry on.
Thank God for streaming services that have made it easier to stay home without getting bored out of our wits!
But have you started to run out of ideas for what to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+, and HBO Max already? Well, don’t stretch your brains ‘coz we’ve got you covered.
In this post, we’ve listed out some of the best stuff you can catch in the coming week. So grab your popcorn and coke for you’re in for a jolly good time.
Must watch movies on top OTT platforms
A science-fiction movie directed by Penna and released in 2021, Stowaway stars Anna Kendrick, Toni Collette, Shamier Anderson, and Daniel Dae Kim. Streaming on Netflix, it depicts the story of a three-person team who discover an unplanned passenger during a Mars mission (we’re sure that’ll spike your curiosity).
Venus and Serena (Amazon Prime)
We’re sure you’ve guessed already that this is a documentary about the record-breaking careers of the William sisters. But not just their professional journey, the documentary also shows their struggle through every single battle in life.
A Place of No Words (Hulu)
A 2019 film directed and written by Mark Webber, A Place of No Words is about a young boy who struggles with the complexities of a grown-up world alongside his father. The movie’s imaginative energy is undeniable, and you’ll instinctively remember it for a long time even if you try to move on.
Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World (Hulu)
This one is a miniseries that follows the young activist Greta Thurnberg, who’s been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize three times at a very young age.
Baby’s Day Out (Disney+)
Disney+ never fails to surprise fans, and this time too, it has done it by making some of the most classic movies like Baby’s Day Out available. FYI, Baby’s Day Out is a 1994 film covering the adventures of a baby who runs lose after being kidnapped by three men.
Miss Sloane (Netflix)
A political thriller film directed by John Madden and written by Jonathan Perera is best for people interested in mystery, thrillers, and drama.
Heist of the Century (HBO Max)
A 2020 Argentine comedy thriller film directed by Ariel Winograd, this movie is based on a group of five thieves who carried out the smartest bank robberies in Argentinean history.
Wrapping it up
So, folks, these are just some of the fantastic series, movies, and documentaries available on the best streaming sites this week. So, plan your weekend, choose a subscription, and buckle up for an astounding experience.