December 2020 Week 02 | Friday, December 11, 2020 | Scene-It Streaming Guide
Feature Friday Movies
- Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015) – Available on Disney+
- Black Panther (2018) – Available on Disney+
- Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020) – Available on HBOMax
- Logan (2017) – FX Now, Sling, Spectrum
The first R Rated X-Men movie does not disappoint. Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for this one.
- I, Tonya (2017) – Hulu
Margot Robbie delivers a stunning performance as a semi-fictionalized version of Tonya Harding in this, unfortunately, true and quite funny story.
- Knives Out (2019) – Amazon Prime Video
Chunky knit sweaters. Games a foot! Rich snobs. So who dun it?
- A Star Is Born (2019) – Netflix
Just watched this on a Friday night myself and after it finished I was mad at myself for not watching this sooner.
Spoiler Steve Recommends:
- Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011) – Available on Peacock
One of my favorite movies from 2011, there’s some great storylines and performances. Also the start to Hollywood’s love with Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.
- Knives Out (2019) – Availabe on Prime Video
A new age “whodunit” with a stacked cast that bring humor, plot twists and a trust in the audience’s intellect that feels fresh and appreciated
- The Gentlemen (2020) – Available on Showtime
Guy Richie brings his “A” game with this film. Stellar performances and a unique plot carry this film to a great end.
- Downton Abbey (2019) – Available on HBOMax
For fans of the show this film will feel like a warm hug. Prepare to visit old friends that work for the Grantham family as they care for each other and their work during a highly anticipated royal visit.
- The Invisible Man (2020) – Available on HBOMax
A fresh new take on this classic story. A great film that can only be described as cruel, intense and uncomfortable… in the best way possible.
Worthy Weekend Binges
- Parks and Recreation – Peacock, SlingTV
- She-Ra and the Princesses of Power – Netflix
- The Mandalorian – Disney+
- My Hero Academia – Hulu, Funimation
- Avatar: The Last Airbender – Netflix
- The Legend of Korra – Netflix
- Bob’s Burgers – Hulu
- Community – Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video
- Letterkenny – Hulu
- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – Netflix
- The Leftovers – HBO Max
- LOST – Hulu
- The Wire – HBO Max
- Gilmore Girls – Netflix
- Euphoria – HBO Max
- Mindhunter – Netflix
- Schitts Creek (Netflix)
A lighthearted comedy sure to bring laughter to any audience.
- Family Guy (Hulu)
It’s animated, raunchy, and hilarious. There are 18 seasons available that can help anyone pass the time
- The Boys (Amazon)
A world where superheros aren’t always the good guys…sign me up. It’s action packed and compelling. Some of the best original steaming programming to be made in the last 5 years
- How To Get Away With Murder (Netflix)
An esteemed law professor and her students get caught up in murder and illicit activity together. What can go wrong?
- The West Wing (Netflix)
A late 90’s drama that bring together superb actors to portray life as staff members in the west wing of the white house.
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