After a long work week, it’s time to kick back and relax by indulging in a movie or two.
If you’re planning to hit the theaters, there are several solid releases including “Nomadland,” “Silk Road,” or “Days of the Bagnold Summer.”
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For those staying at home, there's no shortage of options either!
Superhero fans will be thrilled to learn that you can now rent Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman 1984” for a family movie night.
And with February celebrating Black voices for Black History Month, there are plenty of informative films to stream including “Malcolm X” and “12 Years a Slave.”
Check out all the films to watch this week:
Oscar-winner Frances McDormand offers a nuanced performance as a woman who loses everything during the recession but gains experience while traveling through the American West.
Every website has its origin story, and this crime drama chronicles Ross Ulbricht’s “Silk Road,” a page that becomes the Internet’s first unregulated marketplace and a funnel for a multimillion dollar drug empire, which draws the attention of a persistent DEA agent.
The Chinese-Hong Kong action comedy finds a world-renowned hitman swapping identities with a struggling actor. It’s a modern remake of the 2012 Japanese film “Key of Life.”
Days of the Bagnold Summer
In this coming-of-age story, based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel, a teenager is forced to spend the summer with his mother, but their idea of fun differs greatly. He wants to listen to heavy metal and start a band, while she wants to relive the good old days from his childhood.