Are you looking for the best show to watch or maybe the latest movies you can see at the cinema? We have a lot of great releases this week in theaters and on streaming services, so don’t worry as we offer you the best movies and TV shows you can watch this weekend.
DC returns to the big screen, but this time it’s your pets that will make the savings in the DC League of Super-Pets, which opens in theaters this week. On Netflix, Dream Home Makeover returns with a new season and Neil Patrick Harris stars in the comedy-drama Uncoupled. If you prefer something light, you can check out The Princess on Disney+, or if you like documentaries, Discovery+’s new show Unprecedented is also streaming on Starz Play.
DC League of Super Pets
It’s always the superheroes who are to the rescue, but who’s going to save them if they’re in trouble? In this animated film, the Super-Pets come to the rescue after the Justice League is captured by Lulu and Lex Luthor, led by Superman’s Labrador, Krypto.
DC League of Super Pets opens in UAE and Saudi Arabia theaters on July 28
Singing wrestler Cassie and troubled Marine Luke agree to marry just for military benefits. While pretending to be married, they soon realize they might fall in love with each other when tragedy forces them to work together.
Purple Hearts will stream on Netflix on July 29
The most hated man on the internet
This documentary tells the story of Hunter Moore and how he became the most hated man on the internet. The self-proclaimed “life wrecker” is the founder of IsAnyoneUp.com, a “revenge porn” hub that has posted graphic photos of men and women without his consent. The documentary series looks at Moore’s story along with interviews with victims who fought to have their photos taken down.
The Internet’s Most Hated Man will air on July 27
In this comedy-drama, Michael thought he had a perfect life until his 17-year-old husband decided to end it all. Faced with an uncertain future, Michael must now face the reality of being single again in his mid-forties living in New York.
Uncoupled is available on Netflix on July 29
This series focuses on four girls delivering morning papers. One morning after Halloween in 1988, they inadvertently get caught up in a conflict between different time travelers that sends the girls on an adventure through time.
Paper Girls will stream on Amazon Prime Video on July 29
Struggling with her parents’ divorce and her closest best friend moving away, Amber Brown has a lot to deal with, especially for someone her age. But it all feels like a walk in the park when she meets her new friend Brandi and helps her embrace her love of art and see the love that already surrounds her.
Amber Brown will stream on Apple TV+ on July 29
This psychological thriller stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Sophie, a woman recently recovering from a suicide attempt, as she tries to piece together the memories of her life leading up to the event.
Surface is streaming on Apple TV+ on July 29
When a nightclub artist accidentally kills her cheating husband, it created a media sensation that made her the subject of every discussion and was supported by a famous defense attorney. This includes one of her fans who also wants a share of the spotlight and in turn also gets media attention when she murders her husband too.
Chicago is streaming on OSN+ on July 26
light and magic
Step inside the interior residences of one of Hollywood’s most prolific special effects houses. Lawrence Kasdan takes viewers on a journey behind the incredible production of Industrial Light & Magic, which has done some of the most innovative special effects and animation in some of the most famous films in history.
Light & Magic will stream on Disney+ on July 27
This special episode looks at former President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign. Directed by Alex Holder, it shows never-before-seen footage during the campaign, along with interviews with Trump and his family.
Unprecedented is now streaming on Starz Play