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You don’t have to go to the theatres this year to see some of the most prestigious and exciting releases of the season. It’s a great time to curl up with a movie because Netflix and HBO Max are releasing a slew of critically acclaimed originals. And other streaming platforms are constantly updating their offerings with new and exciting movies. Throughout the year, we’ve been keeping track of the best new and classic movies that have been released on the major streaming services. The best new movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, and Apple TV+ are constantly being updated.

The best Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO movies are also included in our list of the best movies.

The Harder They Fall (2021)

The Harder They Fall, a new Western starring Idris Elba, Regina King, LaKeith Stanfield, and Zazie Beetz, hits a lot of familiar notes while remaining completely new. With Rufus Buck set to be released from prison soon, outlaw Nat Love and his gang set out to track him down in order to exact their revenge. There is a crew of his own, and they aren’t exactly ready to give up their weapons.

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Love Hard (2021)

Love Hard, an original holiday rom-com, is a great movie to watch while you’re relaxing over the holidays. Natalie Bauer, a Los Angeles-based writer, discovers she’s been catfished after meeting her ideal match on a dating app. However, her failure to surprise her boyfriend at Christmas has unexpected advantages.

21 Jump Street (2012)

It’s hilarious to see Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum reprise their roles from the ’80s TV series Jump Street, in which the police force’s undercover Jump Street unit goes into high schools to look for drugs. For all of their differences as cops, Schmidt and Jenko soon discover they have more in common than previously thought after going into hiding to bring down a drug trafficking operation. It’s been a few years since they were in high school, and neither of them knows how to deal with it now.

Beverly Hills Ninja (1997)

Beverly Hills Ninja is a comedy for a specific generation that features Chris Farley at his most ridiculous. Obese white Americans being raised by Japanese ninjas may not be funny to everyone in the modern world. What a load of shit! You can’t help but root for Haru (Farley) when he receives his first assignment — to protect a stunning woman in Beverly Hills — because his enthusiasm for becoming a true ninja is contagious. Unfortunately, he has no knowledge of Western culture and lacks coordination.

 The Master (2012)

In this film, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix give their best performances to date. Freddie Quell (Phoenix) suffers from World War II PTSD and spends his days drinking and wandering the streets. Lancaster Dodd (Hoffman), the charismatic leader of a religious movement known as the Cause, meets Freddie on a boat one night in 1950. Dodd finds a willing follower in Freddie when he brings him into the fold. But as Freddie develops a close relationship with his mentor, the rest of Dodd’s inner circle begins to organise against him.

 Deadpool (2016)

As a result of Ryan Reynolds’ perseverance, Marvel’s first major R-rated film, Deadpool, was made possible. And wow, what a show. Wade Wilson’s world is shattered when he discovers he has terminal cancer. When Wilson is desperate, he turns to Ajax (Ed Skrein), an evil scientist who disfigures him and transforms him into Deadpool through sadistic mutations. While his cancer has been defeated, Wilson now has superhuman healing powers, a hideous appearance and an ironic sense of humour about it all. Deadpool is now on a mission to find and kill Ajax, despite the efforts of the X-Men.

The Matrix (1999)

If you haven’t seen the Wachowskis’ original trilogy, now is the time to do so before the December 21 release of Matrix: Resurrections. On Hulu, you can now watch the entire original saga. Neo (Keanu Reeves) discovers that the world he’s been living in is merely a projection created by machines. To manage humanity while fighting a post-apocalyptic war to exterminate humans once and for all.

The Fifth Element (1997)

The Fifth Element is a ’90s sci-fi classic that takes place in a very ’90s New York City. Leeloo (Milla Jovovich) is picked up by cabbie Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis), who soon realises he has the fate of the world in his hands. To prevent the Great Evil from enslaving the world. Leeloo must combine with the other four “elements. The Fifth Element, a sci-fi/cyberpunk/action hybrid, is one of the year’s best films.

Beginners (2011)

Once Hal (Christopher Plummer) is diagnosed with terminal cancer. He finally comes out of the closet after the death of his wife. Oliver (Ewan McGregor) is inconsolable at his father’s passing. Oliver’s art career is failing, and he is haunted by memories of his father and their childhood together. Even though Oliver’s life seems to be going in the right direction. When he meets actress Anna (Mélanie Laurent), his parents’ relationship still haunts him.

 

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain (2021)

During the early 1900s, Louis Wain’s psychedelic portraits of cats made him a household name. You’ll get a glimpse into the artist’s bizarre life. His quest to discover the “electric” mysteries of the world in this wacky period drama. Emily Richardson, his wife and muse, grows closer to him as he learns more about himself.

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