Best Movies & TV (September 16-18)

From left: Pearl And the woman king.
Illustrative image: an eagle. Images courtesy of A24 and Sony Pictures Entertainment

Happy Friday, Virgo! And to Virgo only. Do we think that Pearl is Virgo? most likely not; They give key water cues. But that’s beside the point – in this week’s picks. Movie theaters have and options Currently! Regardless of last week barbaricwhich he does In prime conditionCinemas will see at least three new thriller movies this week, which is a great feeling after a while August is relatively dry. Fall is approaching to save us from our theatrical woes. On the TV side, there are two great comebacks, and if you’re a drama fanatic love is blindThere is a new file small batch of episodes on Netflix (not included below, but I thought I’d mention it up front) to explore Season 2 Husbands who are now dead. Here are the rest of our picks for the weekend.

The David Bowie documentary Neon, directed by Brett Morgan, got rave reviews because who needs resumes when you can have documents narrated by the musicians themselves? Officially licensed by Bowie property, Daydream Monaj It tells the singer’s life in previously unreleased footage and a concert movie (reported by Bowie himself).

Mia Goth Pearl He is an absolute star. However, Pearl’s character is in dire need of being a star. as an introduction to T West XAnd the Pearl He tells a story to her named killer, a woman with big dreams that can’t be contained is stuck on a small Texas ranch amid the Spanish flu pandemic (yes, the similarities have been noted so far). like its predecessor, Pearl It’s a bloody, fun movie, and while the latter could be more intense, its vibrant artistic colors, sweeping score, and pitch-perfect melodrama make for a great night out.

Whodunits are hot now. Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan play Inspector Stoppard and Constable Stalker, respectively, who investigate a West End murder during a stage performance of Agatha Christie. Mousetraps. parody of christie, See how they run The murder mystery hits you love while making you laugh out loud along the way.

woman king Grammar. Looking at the short list of films shown in theaters last month, director Gina Prince-Bythewood’s film, inspired by the true story of the Agogi warriors, sets the bar high for the fall season. Led by a star-studded cast – the ever-incredible Viola Davis, while Lashana Lynch and Thoso Mbedu have proven absolute superstars in the making – it’s a busy time.

I’m actually not sure if it take revenge It would be a “cool” movie, but I’m so crazy I was tempted to watch this totally light-colored teen drama for the trailer. Plus, it features Maya Hawke, Camila Mendes, and Austin Abrams (sweet Ethan trance) as a total fuckboy. OK.

Available to stream on Netflix.

hot in her heels Unequal third season earlier this year, Atlanta Premieres for the fourth time this weekend. After the solo episodes and the crew’s trip to Europe, Atlanta Returns to Georgia, after Earn, Alfred, Darius and transportation car for the last time.

Available to stream on Hulu.

It’s been a while since we got some new features Los EsposisAnd the Peru No need to be afraid because he’s back now, baby – this time with RomeYalitza Aparicio as Moon, Kim Petras as Secretary of State, and Isabella Rossellini as herself. Connect your heart as you watch the group return to solve a strange mystery surrounding a former beauty queen.

Available to stream on HBO Max.

also! Read our streaming recommendations from Weekend of September 9. Vulture’s next list of live weekend picks is posted online on Friday, September 23rd.

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