Weekend watches

Staying In This Weekend? These 10 New Netflix Additions Are Perfect For Saturday Night

After a long week, Netflix is all you need.

New York Minute (2004)

Put your nostalgia into overdrive and get cozy on the couch with New York Minute. It stars the Olsen twins and Y2K fashion that'll trigger your hankering for velour tracksuits. Two teen sisters from Long Island ditch school and end up on a New York City misadventure. It's the perfect movie to watch with the kids!

Warner Bros.

Blow (2001)

In Blow, Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz play George and Mirtha Jung, who work for a Mexican cartel and help usher in the age of cocaine in 1970s America. This flick is one wild ride.

New Line Cinema

The Ultimatum (2022)

Love Is Blind: *Craziest reality TV show EVER*

The Ultimatum: “Hold my beer.”

In this series, relationships are put on the line, hearts are broken, and messy is an understatement. Couples who are “ready” to walk down the aisle put their love to the test by separating to hang out with other love matches.


Nightcrawler (2014)

Jake Gyllenhaal plays the wired and morally dubious Lou Bloom. When petty theft isn't enough to pay the bills, he turns to a new career that involves a camera, a police scanner, and tracking down ugly crimes to sell the footage to news networks. In the end, Bloom does some questionable things to get shocking footage.

Open Road Films (II)

Oprah + Viola: A Netflix Special Event (2022)

Looking to add some inspiration to your weekend? Sit down with these two wise queens for a Netflix special event. Oprah Winfrey interviews Oscar Award-winning actress Viola Davis on her journey to stardom, new projects, and the highs and lows of Hollywood.


Saving Private Ryan (1998)

Saving Private Ryan is set during World War II, so it’s gory, but the plot is A+. Captain Miller leads a troop of soldiers on a mission to save a paratrooper who is the only surviving son at war in his family. Saving Private Ryan will leave you in tears and with existential questions about the value of human life and war. (And it stars Tom Hanks!)

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood (2022)

Impress your coworkers Monday morning with some specific moon landing knowledge. This animated movie is both educational and entertaining. It tells the story of the 1969 moon landing from the eyes of a little boy, so it's perfect for the kids — especially if they're aspiring astronauts.


Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

A waitress and ex-con fall in love in the 1930s, and the rest is history. Dive into the classic and exciting romance of the notorious gun-wielding couple Bonnie and Clyde. Ride with them through their journey as grisly bank robbers and see how their love story ends. Here’s a hint — it’s with a bang.

Warner Bros

A Cinderella Story (2004)

The ingredients to a perfect family film are Hilary Duff, a fairy tale theme, and flip phones. Duff remakes Cinderella in true '00 fashion, and it's the feel-good flick you need after a long week.

Warner Bros

Russian Doll (2019)

Think Groundhog Day but grittier, darker, and a series. Natasha Lyonne plays Nadia, who is stuck in a time loop in which she relives her 36th birthday only to die at its end. This dramedy’s sophomore season dropped this month, so if you have a lazy weekend ahead, it's the perfect opportunity to binge Season 1.


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