Wondering what to watch over Valentine’s Day weekend? Below is a list of movies you can watch in theaters, as well as movies you can stream from the comfort of your home via HBO Max, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.
Death on the Nile
If you love detective and detective movies, then “Death on the Nile” is a perfect choice for you. Based on Agatha Christie’s 1937 novel of the same title, the film revolves around a reported death on a ship. A detective then tries to find out who is behind the crime by talking to all the guests. The film stars Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Kenneth Branagh, Emma Mackey and Letitia Wright. It is now available in theaters.
Get your heart pumping this Valentine’s Day weekend by watching a romantic comedy movie like “Marry Me,” which stars Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson. The film follows a pop superstar who marries a complete stranger after learning that her fiancé is cheating on her. It’s available in theaters now, but you can also stream it on Peacock.
What will you do if you discover a recording of a brutal crime? This is the dilemma faced by the main protagonist of this crime thriller, who is a tech professional and suffers from agoraphobia. When she finally decides to report her discovery to the authorities, she encounters resistance. Directed by Steven Soderbergh, “Kimi” stars Zoë Kravitz, Erika Christensen and Rita Wilson.
I want you to come back
If you’re missing your ex this Valentine’s Day season, you might learn a thing or two from watching “I Want You Back.” The film tells the story of two strangers who cross paths and realize that they were both dumped the same week by their exes. Things get more interesting when they discover that their former lovers have moved on and are now living a happy life. This romantic comedy film stars Isabel May, Scott Eastwood, Jenny Slate, Charlie Day and Gina Rodriguez.
big girl 2
If you enjoyed watching “Tall Girl,” which was released in 2019, you should definitely check out its sequel, “Tall Girl 2.” It focuses on the character of Jodi Kreyman and how she navigates her newfound popularity. Directed by director Emily Ting, the film also stars Griffin Gluck, Sabrina Carpenter, Clara Wilsey, Steve Zahn and Angela Kinsey.
If you missed our list of new movies from last week, you can check it out here.