Without Remorse, Netflix’s newest and 11 more movies you can now watch at home

Were the Oscars actually just a week back? In between the statement of the very first Sailor Moon film in years set to premiere on Netflix in June and the release of a brand-new trailer for Pixar’s upcoming movie Luca, it may be simple to forget that Nomadland got the Academy Award for Finest Image. Great news: you can enjoy Nomadland on Hulu.

However like each week, there are likewise a host of brand name brand-new motion pictures getting here straight to your TELEVISION. Today Tom Clancy’s Without Regret, the most recent action thriller in the long-running Tom Clancy starring Black Panther’s Michael B. Jordan, launches today on Amazon Prime Video. The animated household funny The Mitchells vs. the Makers and the supernatural scary thriller Things Heard & Seen release on Netflix, in addition to a lots of other motion pictures on VOD consisting of The Outdoors Story, Golden Arm, Voyagers, and more. To assist you get a deal with on what’s brand-new and readily available to enjoy, here are the motion pictures you can enjoy on VOD this weekend.

Tom Clancy’s Without Regret

Where to enjoy it: Readily available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

Michael B. Jordan holds a man by his throat while point a pistol off-screen.

Picture: Nadja Klier

Black Panther and Creed star Michael B. Jordan is the most recent A-list star to play a hyper-proficient state-sponsored assassin with a vendetta in Tom Clancy’s Without Regret. Jordan plays John Kelly, an elite Navy SEAL (and a repeating character of the Jack Ryan series formerly represented by Willem Dafoe and Liev Schreiber) who reveals a perilous global conspiracy in the wake of his pregnant better half’s harsh murder at the hands of Russian soldiers. Pushed by loss and sustained by rage, Clark starts project of vengeance to discover the conspirators behind the plot and bring them to justice. And he’s gonna do it (wait on it) … without regret! (ayyyyye, he stated the name of the film!). As we enter into in our complete evaluation, it’s without a couple of other things, too.

The Mitchells vs. the Makers

Where to enjoy it: Stream on Netflix

Abbi Jacobson as “Katie Mitchell” in The Mitchells vs. the Machines

Picture: Netflix

Produced by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (Cloudy with a Possibility of Meatballs, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), The Mitchells vs. the Makers discovers Katy (Abbi Jacobson) and her wacky, inefficient household on a cross-country roundtrip that lands them smack dab in the middle of a robotic armageddon. Lord and Miller have a remarkable performance history and the animation in the trailer looks excellent with some truly amusing minutes to boot. From our complete evaluation:

From the zany visuals to the wild plot and its truly sweet observations on household, The Mitchells vs. the Makers, initially set for a theatrical release by Sony prior to picking Netflix, is a delight in every method. It’s a motion picture that commands attention, with whatever going on throughout the screen and in the script. The action plot enhances the household dispute and vice versa, with every minute of the story pressing those plots forward. It’s an utter pleasure from start to complete that brings the very best of animation and the web to life.

About Endlessness

Where to enjoy it: Readily available to lease for $6.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

An exhausted man with a crown of thorns carries a giant wooden cross down a narrow street as a crowd in blue jeans follows close behind.

Picture: Magnolia Pictures

Referred To As a “reflection on human life in all its beauty and cruelty […] its splendor and banality,” About Endlessness is the most recent movie from Swedish director Roy Andersson, best understood for his previous works such as 1970’s A Swedish Romance, 2000’s Tunes from the 2nd Flooring, and 2014’s A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reviewing Presence. As if the titles of his previous movies and the above image weren’t enough, poetic funny includes a vignette of Adolf Hitler concealing in his bunker on eve of the Allied Forces’ success in Europe in addition to numerous scenes of individuals seeing flocks of birds. If you’re liking a tragicomic cinematic meditation on the persistent determination of mankind in the face of unflinching absurdity à la Synecdoche, New York City by method of Holy Motors (and truthfully, who isn’t?), About Endlessness will be a must-see.

Things Heard & Seen

Where to enjoy it: Stream on Netflix

Picture: Anna Kooris/Netflix

Based Upon Elizabeth Brundage’s unique All Things Stop to Appear, Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia!) and James Norton (Little Females) star in the brand-new Netflix scary thriller Things Heard & Seen. When Manhattan couple Catherine and George Claire to a drowsy hamlet in the Hudson Valley, they pertain to find that a dark and perilous history of tricks, lies, and scary underpins their brand-new house … perhaps even their own marital relationship.

The Outdoors Story

Where to enjoy it: Readily available to lease for $6.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

Atlanta and If Beale Street Might Talk’s Brian Tyree Henry stars in Casimir Nozkowski’s The Outdoors Story, the story of a shy video editor. Fresh off of a split with his long-time partner (Sonequea Martin-Green), Charles comfy (see: contented) living out life in his second-floor house, constantly working and constantly in a rut. However when he inadvertently locks himself out of his structure, his trip throughout the city ends up being a journey of self-discovery as he’s advised of what matters most in life. At 85 minutes, this slice-of-life indie might go easily overlooked, but RogerEbert.com notes “Henry’s performance is rich enough to make this small film feel rather epic.”

Golden Arm

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

Mary Holland (Happiest Season) and Betsy Sodaro (Hubie Halloween) star in Golden Arm, a road trip buddy comedy set in the high-stakes world of ladies arm wrestling. When Danny (Sodaro), a truck driver trains her girly best friend Melanie (Holland) to compete in the National Ladies Arm Wrestling Championship, they soon discover that meek and unassuming Melanie has an uncanny aptitude for the sport. As they travel throughout the country to compete, the two friends grow closer as Melanie grows more assertive and confident in her own self-worth.


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

Fionn Whitehead smirks rebelliously amid a crowd of blank-faced teenagers in Voyagers

Photo: Lionsgate

Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One), Lily-Rose Depp (The King), and Fionn Whitehead (Dunkirk, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch) star in Limitless director Neil Burger’s latest film Voyagers, a sci-fi adventure thriller about a crew of astronauts on a multi-generational mission across the universe who gradual descend into a spiral of paranoia and insanity. From our review,

Like the recent Cosmic Sin, Voyagers feints toward using its space setting as an opportunity for insight about the human condition, however its execution is as lackluster as that film’s sleepwalking version of Bruce Willis. Cosmic Sin tried and failed to make some kind of point about the cost of war and the sacrifices soldiers make to protect us. Voyagers tries and fails to make some kind of point about the cost of progress and the sacrifices explorers make to protect us. But Burger plays this story so straight, with no hint of humor or irony, that Voyagers also offers no surprises. The plot reveals all its beats within the first 10 or so minutes.

The Virtuoso

Where to enjoy it: Readily available to lease for $5.99 on Amazon and Apple

Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Anthony Hopkins and Anson Mount star in director Nick Stagliano’s The Virtuoso. In the wake of a terrifying accident that frays the nerves of his apprentice, an aging professional assassin (Hopkins) offers his protégé (Mount) a new assignment: find and kill a rogue Hitman hiding in a rustic diner in a dying town, with no other distinguishing details to get the job done. As the young assassin begins to track down leads, including the town’s local sheriff, he finds himself unexpectedly entangled in an romance with a local woman working at the diner (Abbie Cornish). Sounds a bit paint-by-the-numbers with an obvious twist you could spot a mile away without a sniper scope, but the trailer looks interesting enough. It’s like a movie version of Spy Party but with Anthony Hopkins thrown into the mix, what’s not to like?

And here’s what dropped last Friday:

Mortal Kombat (2021)

Where to watch it: Available to stream on HBO Max

Ludi Lin as Liu Kang and Max Huang as Kung Lao pose before fighting in Mortal Kombat

Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures

The battle for Earthrealm returns to the big (and small) screen in the long-awaited reboot of Mortal Kombat. Cole Young lives a pretty average life as an MMA fighter. That is, until he’s viciously attacked by Sub-Zero (Joe Talsim, The Night Comes for Us) ; the otherworldly Cyromancer (*heavy sigh*) and merciless lieutenant assassin of Shang Tsung, the tyrannical emperor of an alternate universe known as Outworld. Fearing for his life, Cole must join forces with Sonya Blade (Jessica McNamee, The Meg), and Jax (Mehcad Brooks, Supergirl), as well as Shaolin warriors Liu Kang (Ludi Lin, Power Rangers), Kung Lao (Max Huang, Kingsman: The Secret Service), and mercenary Kano (Josh Lawson, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues) to train for an martial arts tournament unlike any other… one that will shape the fate of the multiverse for generations to come. From our review,

The film’s R rating earns its keep through the film’s technical flourishes: the unsettling sound of a dagger crunching on bone; the jarring beauty of blood and rain mixed together on flower petals and leaves; the laugh-out-loud grossness of a beating heart being pulled out of someone’s chest. The key here is tone, and Mortal Kombat is thoughtful with it. That first fight with Sanada and Taslim is the film’s most emotionally weighty, and the stakes of the well-shot and well-edited clash carry through the remainder of Mortal Kombat.


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

Lauren Beatty stars in director Amelia Moses’ supernatural horror thriller Bloodthirsty as Grey, an indie rock singer. After being invited to work by a successful music producer with a notorious reputation, the musician experiences dreams and episodes imagining herself as a werewolf. As Grey’s work with the producer continues, her disturbing visions become more real and intense with each passing day. —TE


Where to watch it: Stream on Netflix


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Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect), Toni Collette (Hereditary), Daniel Dae Kim (Lost), and Shamier Anderson (Goliath) star in Joe Penna’s sci-fi thriller Stowaway. When an unintended stowaway on an interplanetary mission to Mars compromises their ship’s life support systems, a crew of astronauts must find a way to science their way out of that shit and make unthinkable choice in order to survive. —TE

Trigger Point

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

Barry Pepper (Saving Private Ryan) stars in 24 director Brad Turner’s latest action thriller Trigger Point as Nicolas Shaw, a retired U.S. special operative recruited into an elite team of undercover assassins tasked with taking out the worst of the worst. After he’s framed for the death of his fellow team members, Shaw is forced to go AWOL in order to discover the truth and clear his name, all while staying one step ahead of the authorities tasked with bringing him down. —TE


Where to watch it: Available to rent for $5.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu

Bad Boys writer-turned-director George Gallo’s latest action crime-thriller Vanquish stars Ruby Rose as a former Russian drug courier who is forced to work as hitman for a retired cop (Morgan Freeman) after he abducts her daughter. There’s neon lighting, shoot outs, and characters looking sternly through glass panel walls. It ain’t John Wick, but it works I guess! —TE

We Broke Up

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

Break-ups are never easy. Especially when they occur around big social events like holidays and birthdays. William Jackson Harper (The Good Place) and Aya Cash (The Boys) star in director Jeff Rosenberg’s We Broke Up as Doug and Lori, a 10-year couple who — you guessed it! — break up just days before the wedding of Lori’s little sister. Rather than bite the bullet and confront the awkward messiness of their relationship status to their respective families, Doug and Lori attempt to pretend they’re still together until the wedding is over. Billed as a funny from the manufacturer of 500 Days of Summertime and Juno, there’s a 50/50 possibility they’ll wind up breaking it off amidst a life-affirming lesson with some mumblecore chuckles along the method. —TE

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.