Five great new movies added to your streaming services this weekend 1 month ago

Five great new movies added to your streaming services this weekend

Some new movies for you to check out on Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ and NOW this weekend.

We're heading into the weekend and you're probably already planning what to watch, and when, and on what platform.

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Thankfully, your good pals on JOE have already dug through the new releases for you, so no matter which streaming service you're using, we've found something new for you to watch!

THE COMEBACK TRAIL

Robert De Niro. Tommy Lee Jones. Morgan Freeman. Three of the greatest actors of all time, together for a comedy about a Hollywood movie maker in debt to a mob boss and a complicated plan to kill his leading star and rake in the insurance money.

The Comeback Trail is available to watch on NOW this weekend.

FATHERHOOD

If you're looking for the perfect movie to watch this Father's Day weekend, then this might be it. Kevin Hart takes the lead in this dra-medy, which is the based on the true story of a man trying to raise his young daughter on his own after his wife passes away.

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Fatherhood is available to watch on Netflix this weekend.

LUCA

We chatted to the director and producer of Pixar's new movie (see the video below), which is set in the lush Italian summer and tells the story of two boys who become instant best friends... but both have to hide their true identities from the locals.

Luca is available to watch on Disney+ this weekend.

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OUR FRIEND

Casey Affleck and Dakota Johnson play a married couple who receive some life-altering news, and Jason Segel is their best friend who moves into their family home to help them in the only way he knows how. You will laugh. You will cry.

Our Friend is available to watch on Prime Video this weekend.

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WHERE'D YOU GO, BERNADETTE?

After putting her own life on hold for years to raise her family, Bernadette (Cate Blanchett) decides it is time to start living life for herself, and rediscovers her own passions by basically resetting her lifestyle.

Where'd You Go, Bernadette? is available to watch on NOW this weekend.

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All clips via Netflix and NOW