If you want to watch a classic film, you have a few options. West Side Story, Fakes, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Islanders are among these. In addition, there are some new movies you might like to check out, so there’s something for everyone. Just make sure you get your hands on the physical media.
West Side Story
If you’re looking for a great movie to watch on your TV, “West Side Story” is the one for you. The acclaimed musical has earned seven Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. It’s also been nominated for a Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize. You can watch the movie on Netflix or watch it on demand.
Among the actors who have starred in the remake are Ansel Elgort as Tony, Rachel Zegler as Maria, David Alvarez as Bernardo, Mike Faist as the Riff, and Ana Isabelle as Chino. Other actors include Corey Stoll as Lieutenant Schrank, Mad Ziegler as Velma, and Brian d’Arcy James as Sergeant Krupke.
The first season of Fakes is now available to stream on CBC. This is a welcome change for fans of the television show, which follows two friends who try to make it on their own. While the series doesn’t answer why they broke up, the season finale leaves plenty of room for the second season to build on the previous one.
Fakes is a fascinating story about two misbehaving teenagers who bond over their past experiences and create the largest fake ID business in North America. After moving into a penthouse in a downtown Manhattan neighborhood, they face problems and find themselves in the sights of federal agents. The series switches between first-person and third-person perspectives and features the battle between two unreliable narrators and a rash of run-ins with dangerous characters.
Thor: Love and Thunder
Thor: Love and Thunder will be available to stream on Disney+ starting 45 to 70 days after it opens in theatres. Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be pleased to know that the film will be added to the service’s collection of Marvel movies. The streaming service is already home to several Marvel titles, including the upcoming Tom Holland Spider-Man movie and the Incredible Hulk. Thor: Love and Thunder are expected to arrive on the service sometime in early September.
Thor: Love and Thunder will be available in IMAX Enhanced and original theatrical release widescreen formats. Disney+ subscribers can watch either version. The IMAX Enhanced version will automatically play. Marvel fans can also watch other movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the service, including Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals.
If you’re tired of missing your favourite Islanders games on TV, you can now watch them on demand, on a streaming service. At this point, there are several options available for Islanders fans, including FuboTV, NBC, and ESPN+. For a small monthly fee of $6.99, these services provide live coverage of hundreds of NHL games this season. They also offer condensed versions of games and 3-minute recaps for games aired the previous day.
The most inexpensive option for Islanders fans is Sling TV. The Sling Blue plan includes NBC Sports Network, FOX Sports 1, and Stadium. You can also add Sports Extra for an additional $10/month, which gives you NHL Network, FOX Sports 1, and more. Sling TV does not include MSG, however.
Escape From Spiderhead
Escape From Spiderhead is an American science fiction psychological thriller film directed by Joseph Kosinski. It is based on the dystopian short story of the same name by George Saunders. Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese wrote the screenplay. The story, which was originally published in The New Yorker, has since been adapted for the screen.
The film is based on a short story by George Saunders, which was also adapted for the film. The story revolves around a young man named Jeff in an abusive situation. Jeff becomes morally conflicted and finds it difficult to keep his emotions to himself, which leads him to plan his escape with his friend Lizzy. Ultimately, the two of them plan an escape, but they are trapped inside because of the inmates’ drug testing.
Hulu’s Yellowstone series
If you’ve been looking for a way to watch “Yellowstone” on your television but can’t seem to find a good streaming service, you’re not alone. The show has four seasons, and Season 5 is already in the works. In addition to Hulu, you can find the series on iTunes and Amazon. If you prefer to watch it on your mobile device, you can also get the episodes on Google Play Movies.
You can get episodes through the Paramount Network’s on-demand library if you’d rather watch the series without paying for cable. Alternatively, you can purchase episodes through iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, and YouTube. However, you’ll have to pay a monthly fee to access the full series.
Netflix’s Mad God
Netflix’s Mad God is an apocalyptic stop-motion extravaganza that eschews a traditional three-act structure and features terrifying imagery. This is a game for gamers who enjoy a little grit and gore. You’ll feel like you’re part of a group of survivors and are constantly seconds away from being eaten, repurposed, or killed. The main character, Assassin, wears a gas mask and iron-clad armour and plants an explosive that never goes off, while the rest of the characters have to navigate around giant monsters and survive.
Mad God was created by director Phil Tippett, who has worked on many blockbuster films and TV shows. The grotesque and disturbing imagery in Tippett’s film won’t be appreciated by viewers who cannot stomach such scenes, but it is a must-see for those who love animation and sci-fi.