Weekend Watchlist: March 25th

The final week in March brings a throwback action rom-com and serveral other great options for your viewing pleasure.

By Sean Blanford

In Theaters
The Lost City: There’s is only one film this week that will be covered by our Bananameter critics, and given the acclaim the film has received since its SXSW world premiere, it’s certain to be two hours of fun. Starring Sandra Bullock as a struggling romance author and Channing Tatum as the dashing cover model that has to save the day, this is a throwback to fun on-location adventures like Romancing the Stone and The Mummy. The Lost City co-stars Daniel Radcliffe, Brad Pitt, and Patti Harrison.

Limited Release
Everything Everywhere All at Once: Another film the premiered at this years SXSW festival, Everything Everywhere is directed by the writing/directing duo Daniels and stars Michelle Yeoh as a wife and mother who is pulled into a multiversal battle during a tax audit. You may think this description sounds crazy, but this is from the same filmmakers who are behind Swiss Army Man, so everything is on the table. Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis co-star.

Infinite Storm: Directed by Malgorzata Szumowska, the film stars Naomi Watts as a mountain climber who encounters a stranger during a blizzard. The film is based on the real-life expereiences of mountain rescuer Pam Bales and co-stars Denis O’Hare and Billy Howle.

7 Days: The winner of the 2022 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature, 7 Days is written and directed by Deadpool actor Roshan Sethi. Starring Sethi alongside Geraldine Viswanathan as two people who are stuck in lockdown after their lackluster first date. While this may end up being dated due to it being a COVID-centric film, the lead performances combined with the subject matter of two people finding out who they really are elevates it to something much more.

Multiple Steaming Platforms
Every Best Picture Nominee: The Oscars are this Sunday night! If there are any of the ten Best Picture nominees you may have missed before the ceremony begins, here is where you can watch all ten films.
Belfast: Available for rent or purchase
CODA: Exclusive to AppleTV+
Don’t Look Up: Exclusive to Netflix
Drive My Car: Available on HBO Max as well as for rent or purchase
Dune: Available on HBO Max as well as for rent or purchase
King Richard: Available on HBO Max as well as for rent or purchase
Licorice Pizza: Available for rent or purchase
Nightmare Alley: Available on Hulu as well as for rent or purchase
The Power of the Dog: Exclusive to Netflix
West Side Story: Available on HBO Max and Disney+ as well as for rent or purchase

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