Watch the Best Movies at Home This Weekend

Who needs Spider-Man when you’ve got Venom?

This weekend, the long-awaited Spider-Man: No Way Home finally swings on to theater screens, in addition to Guillermo del Toro’s psychological thriller Nightmare Alley starring Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett. Not feeling up to going out this weekend? No problem, there’s still tons of great movies and no shortage of superheroics to enjoy on VOD and streaming from the comfort of your home.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage finally lands on VOD this weekend along with Wes Anderson’s latest comedy anthology The French Dispatch. There’s plenty more in the way of streaming releases as Netflix’s The Hand of God, Hulu’s Mother/Android, and Apple TV Plus’ Swan Song all premiere this weekend as well.

To help you get a handle on what’s new and available, here are the new movies you can watch with the click of a button this weekend.

During the pandemic, watching movies is a favorite choice for many people to spend their time. If you are getting bored with the romantic genre and predictable storylines, you can watch the best films of this year.

Watching movies is sometimes an option for some people.

Of course the reasons vary according to the needs of each person.

In this digital era, there are many conveniences, especially for big screen movie lovers.

This convenience is proven by not having to come to the cinema to just watch your favorite movie, for example.

But you just have to sit back and open your gadget, then all the services according to your needs are available on it, including the movie site you want to search for.

The following is a list of watching movies online for free. Read more below and enjoy your free time with the best films of the year:

Homem-Aranha: Sem Volta a Casa filme completo (Spider-Man: No Way Home)

Besides being able to be watched streaming, the collection of films above can be downloaded for later viewing, both on cellphones and television.

Where to watch: Available to rent for $19.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is a self-proclaimed “love letter to journalists,” and a comedy anthology following the misadventures of a group of hapless columnists working for the eccentric editor of an American newspaper in the fictional French city of Ennui-sur-Blasé (Boredom-upon-Apathy). Anderson’s proclivity for fastidiously detailed set, bright colors, irreverent deadpan humor, and quirky characters has won him both acclaim and criticism throughout his career. How does The French Dispatch compare to his previous work? From our review,

The film is divided into five separate vignettes, each a reported column belonging to a specific newspaper section, written by one of the journalists. As is often the case with anthology-style films, some sections work better than others. Anderson’s penchant for dry comedy used to explain grief, the inner workings of dysfunctional people, and children experiencing the loss of innocence comes to the forefront once again. And yet this is the director’s least digestible work. It’s supposedly a love letter to the New Yorker of yore, but while The French Dispatch features Anderson’s familiar aesthetic style, it’s often a distant omnibus that might appeal only to his most ardent fans.

Where to watch: Available to rent for $5.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

Andy Serkis’ follow-up to 2018’s antihero action comedy Venom follows Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy), investigative journalist-turned-human-host of the alien symbiote Venom, as he attempts to rejuvenate his career by interviewing Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson), a psychotic serial killer with an infatuation for Venom. When Kasady becomes the host of another symbiote named Carnage, Eddie and Venom will have to work together to defeat this new threat and resolve their strained relationship. From our review,

At a lean 97 minutes, Venom: Let There Be Carnage doesn’t suffer from the kind of slack mid-section that weighs down so many action-forward superhero movies. In fact, the second act is when Venom gets to really shine as a character. He’s fed up with living in a host that doesn’t appreciate what he does for him and won’t let him eat the criminals they stop, so he decides to take his gifts elsewhere. Full of self-righteous anger, Venom digs his claws into the side of Eddie’s pretty little souped-up two-wheel drive and explores the city on his own, jumping from body to body and presumably killing each new host along the way.

Where to watch: Available to rent for $5.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

Copshop, the latest action thriller from Smokin’ Aces and The A-Team (2010) director Joe Carnahan, stars Frank Grillo (Boss Level) as Teddy Murretto, a resourceful con artists who gets himself locked up in order to escape the grasp of Bob VIddick (Gerard Butler), a ruthless assassin hellbent on collecting his bounty. Unfortunately for Teddy, Bob finds a way to get locked up in the same police station as him, and on top of that, he’s not the only one gunning for his head. The trailer looks as stylish, explosive, and eccentric as you would expect from Carnahan’s previous work, with Toby Huss (King of the Hill) co-starring as deranged elderly hitman named Tony.

Enjoy your weekend by watching these best movies!