Netflix’s Adam Project, Turning Red, and 8 new movies you can now watch

Pixar’s new coming-of-age film this week blushes come straight to Disney Plus. This is one of our best movies of 2022 so far, it takes inspiration from classic anime and is well worth your time.

There’s also Ryan Reynolds’ latest car from Netflix. Project Adamreturn Dune on HBO Max, the dazzling Chinese fantasy adventure epic, as well as many other new releases you can watch at home.

To help you sort out what’s new and available, here are the new movies you can watch on streaming and VOD this weekend.

Project Adam

Ryan Reynolds is teaming up with free guy directed by Shawn Levy Project Adam, the new sci-fi family adventure from Netflix. Reynolds plays Adam, a time-traveling pilot who accidentally crash-lands in 2022 and must team up with his nerdy 12-year-old self to save the future. Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner play young Adam’s parents, Zoe Saldana plays the older Adam’s wife, and Catherine Keener rounds out the cast as the time-traveling villainess.

From our review,

One of the main factors behind the film’s energy is star Ryan Reynolds: aka Deadpool, for heaven’s sake. Hasty sarcasm is the cornerstone of his brand. Writer-director Shawn Levy has already collaborated with Reynolds (in 2021 free guy) and directed eight episodes very strange things, so combining them is a logical next step. When Levy and Reynolds, the film’s co-producers, play to their strengths, Project Adam is fast-paced, enjoyable sci-fi entertainment that gets a few good laughs. But at times when undiluted sweetness is needed, the film’s glib script excels in a negative way.


Channing Tatum plays Jackson Briggs, a US Army Ranger tasked with ferrying Lulu, the sometimes temperamental military working dog, from Washington to Arizona in time for the funeral. A journey film that explicitly deals with post-traumatic stress disorder. The dog is the directorial debut of Tatum and co-directed by Reid Carolina (writer Magic Mike films).


Where to see: Available for streaming Paramount Plus

Fifth in a venerable meta-comedy horror slasher hailing from Ready or Not Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. The franchise returns to Woodsboro more than 10 years after the events Scream 4 and almost a quarter of a century after the original Scream, with a new generation of survivors joined by Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Gail Weathers (Courteney Cox), and Dewey Riley (David Arquette). one more a crazed assassin who donned the gruesome guise of a Ghostface assassin. From our review,

This scream trying something like Resurrection of the Matrix, pushing self-reference to the limit to poke fun at his potential profit status decades later, while still achieving a satisfying reunion with his beloved original characters. But The matrix comparison is not always flattering in 2022 scream. Campbell, Cox and Arquette have a chance to shine, and Campbell’s sad self-confidence even comes close to something vaguely touching. But it’s an oversaturated film, where the body count is sometimes more of a relief than a fear: Finally, some of those redundan

Writer’s Odyssey

Where to see: Available to rent for $4.99 at Google games and $5.99 for Amazon

Indian sweets and spices

Where to see: Available for viewing Hulu

This coming-of-age story follows a UCLA student (Sophia Ali). He returns home to her wealthy family in New Jersey for the

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