Whether you’re looking for a new show to binge watch or a new movie to fall in love with, AURN has got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of some must-watch films and TV shows that have recently dropped. So go on, get your popcorn and enjoy.
- The Best Man: Final Chapters
Streamed exclusively on Peacock, Malcolm D. Lee took his classic film, The Best Man, and The Best Man Holiday, and turned it into an eight-episode mini-series. This new series picks up right where the other movies left off; you can’t even tell there was a nine-year gap between them. You can look forward to heavy emotions, laughter, and character development.
Bringing a new meaning to how we binge shows, the creator of this series, Eric Garcia stepped outside of the box by creating a show that makes sense no matter the order in which it is watched; however, your understanding of the storyline changes. Of course, there’s a suggested order to watch it, but if you were to watch the whole thing backward it would still make sense. Kaleidoscope is being streamed exclusively on Netflix.
- Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Directed by Rian Johnson with an all-star cast including Janelle Monae and more, this murder mystery couldn’t have gotten any better. You’re going to want to watch it at least two to three times to catch all the clues and details that you missed the first time around. Initially released in theaters, you can now watch it on Netflix.
- House Party
This 2023 remake puts a gen Z spin on the 90s classic House Party. Starring Jacob Latimore, D.C. Young Fly, and cameos from a plethora of other celebrities, the movie is HILARIOUS and definitely a must-see!
- You People
You know you’re in for a treat full of sarcasm and dark humor when Kenya Barris is behind the project. Starring Jonah Hill, Lauren London, Eddie Murphy, and more, this romantic comedy will have you laughing from start to finish. It is available on Netflix.
- Bullet Train
Starring Brad Pitt and Oscar-nominated Brian Tyree Henry, this action-thriller is sure to keep you on your toes the entire time and have you leaning against your seat waiting for what’s next. It’s currently ranked number nine on the Top 10 Movies in the U.S. Today list on Netflix.