Netflix’s Hustle, Everything Everywhere, and more new movies to watch at home

Saw the much-anticipated digital release this week everything everywhere, the latest film from the director duo Daniels starring Michelle Yeoh. While the movie is currently only available for digital purchase, you only have to wait a month (July 5th to be exact) to rent it.

Beyond that, there’s a lot more to choose from this weekend. no time to die, the latest entry in the James Bond series starring Daniel Craig as 007, is available on Prime Video.That’s not all, as a sports drama in 2022 hustle and bustle starring Adam Sandler and Paul Schrader card counter Starring Oscar Isaac hits Netflix and HBO Max this weekend.There are also plenty of VOD versions to choose from, from pedigree of police to small town wisconsin and more.

To help you understand what’s new and what’s available, here are the new movies you can stream and VOD this weekend.

everything everywhere

Where to watch: Available on Amazon, Apple and Vudu for $19.99

Once Everywhere: Michelle Yeoh Protects Key Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu

Image: A24

Hong Kong Film Legend Michelle Yeoh stars in EEverything is Once, the second feature from swiss soldier director Daniel Kwan and Daniel ScheinerPlay Evelyn, an aging laundromat owner who struggles to file her taxes while maintaining a strained relationship with her daughter, Joey (Stephanie Hsu), and her husband, Waymond (Cowherd). After an alternate universe version of her husband approaches, Evelyn must embark on a mission to save the multiverse and repair her shattered family.

from our review:

Despite a series of Matrix sequels and restart, pirated and imitated, is the first truly surprising, daring and radically game-changing film, like Wachowski’s 1999 original. Special effects that transform forms in a kaleidoscopic fashion now look as aggressive as when bullet time first arrived.The film’s heady deconstructed cosmology feels ambitious and radical matrixThe Gnostic view of reality was true at the time. Martial arts fights, carefully positioned between impressive choreography and overt silliness, feel as radical as in a fight choreographed by Jackie Chan or Wu Yuping.

no time to die

Where to watch: Available on Prime Video

Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time to Die, in the spotlight surrounded by SPECTRE members in formal suits

Photo: Nikolai Dorff/MGM

In Daniel Craig’s swan song in the James Bond franchise, when an MI6 scientist is kidnapped by a fanatical terrorist (Rami Malek) A super spy returns to active duty as part of a plot to unleash deadly biological weapons on Earth. Joining Bond on the mission are Nomi (Lashana Lynch), “new” 007, CIA agent Paloma (Ana de Armas), and his old ally Q ( Ben Whishaw) and Money Penny (Naomie Harris).

from our review:

It would be easier if it was less cynical no time to die Convincingly delivers on the promise of Bond’s humanity, rather than pushing it into a handful of fragmented scenes, revolving around a clunky, half-baked drama full of explosions and car chases.maybe a movie It’s really “about family and relationships,” but in a way it underscores the lack of imagination that just barely pushes the biggest blockbuster, and all of our modern heroes end up feeling like the smug ones they once replaced Ladylike stale inevitability.

card counter

Where to watch: Available on HBO Max

Oscar Isaac as William Tell in 'The Card Counter'

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Follow-up to Paul Schrader’s 2018 spiritual drama The first reform Oscar Isaac plays William Tell, a former military interrogator who makes his living as a itinerant gambler. After an encounter with Thirk Bowford (Tye Sheridan), Thiel has a feud with Thiel’s former boss, Colonel John Gordo (Willem Dafoe), and Thiel tries to coach Thirk to prevent him from going down a path The dark road, only to inadvertently find myself on the edge of darkness. Tiffany Haddish also plays Lalinda, who recruits gamblers on behalf of a group of investors.

hustle and bustle

Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

(LR) Juancho Hernangómez as Bo Cruz in Hustle and Adam Sandler as Stanley Sugerman.

Photo: Scott Yamano/Netflix

Adam Sandler returns to drama in 2022 sports drama hustle and bustle, as a hapless basketball scout who personally mentors Bo Cruz (real NBA player Juanjo Hernangomez), a talented young player who has had trouble overseas. Bringing him back to the U.S. without team permission, the two must work together to overcome the odds and succeed in the NBA. Produced by LeBron James and Sandler himself, hustle and bustle Looks like an engaging basketball drama inspired by a sober and passionate love of the game.

from our review:

Sandler and Hernangomez have impressive chemistry.similar connection Jerry MaguireBetween Jerry and his client Rod Tidwell, Stanley becomes Beau’s hype – describing him as “if Scottie Pippen and Wolf had a baby” – and the The therapist and father figure of a talented player. Sandler’s penchant for mixing laughter with heartache makes his superficial persona more fleshed out. And Hernangómez, a six-year NBA veteran, is fascinating.Just like any other basketball star cameo; Trae Young, Tobias Harris, Dr. Rivers, Kenny Smith, Julius Irving and more don’t screw up the production space jambut adds a welcome realism.

Ben and Jody

Where to watch: Available to stream on Netflix

Five people stand behind a flatbed truck in the jungle.

Image: Netflix

This Indonesian action film includes from Raid Yayan Ruhian, once again plays the villain in this story of farmers fighting back against the power of money.

pedigree of police

Where to watch: Available on Vudu for $3.99

Cho Jin-woong and Choi Woo-sik in

Image: Echelon Studio

Choi Woo-sik parasite and Train to Busan The famous star opposite Zhao Zhenxiong (maid) in this Korean crime drama. Choi is an undercover cop, Cho Min-jae, who teams up with the morally ambiguous Chief of Police (Cho) to form a team to investigate a case that has thrown the department into chaos.

small town wisconsin

Where to watch: Available on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu for $6.99

Wayne Stobieski (David Sullivan) runs down the bowling lane with a bowling ball above his head.

Image: Quiver Distribution

Absent father and perpetually idle Wein Stobieski (David Sullivan) takes his young son Taylor (Cooper J Friedman) away for one last makeshift weekend after losing custody of his child A trip to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A somewhat dark comedy, dealing with alcoholism and losing custody, evolves into a journey of self-reflection, maturity, and family redemption.


Where to watch: Available on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu for $6.99

Three teenagers, two of them wearing brown electronic collars around their necks, pose for a family photo at Wyrm.

Image: Vertical Entertainment

One can aptly be described as “Mrs Bird Satisfy lobster Satisfy Battle of Honore,” coming-of-age black comedy Jiaolong Set in an alternate reality in the mid-’90s, schools require teens to wear electronic collars that are only released when they kiss for the first time. Risking being left at school and then enduring a lifetime of social stigma and embarrassment, a young teen must crawl out of his awkward shell to achieve his first kiss. No stress.