Home » New movies in cinemas and streaming on the internet: December 10, 2021

New movies in cinemas and streaming on the internet: December 10, 2021

by Stewart Cole

Did we ever understand why Rudolph lived in history? As you think about it, we’re sharing the best new movies to watch in cinemas and movies available on streaming services you don’t want to miss.

Like I mentioned last week, we’re starting a crazy movie month and this week is the beginning of madness. First, we are on its doorstep Oscar season, so the studios will transfer films to selected cinemas to be eligible for an Oscar. In addition, we have our regular releases this week.

This week we have films with Leonardo Dicaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Viola Davis, Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem. If that doesn’t say Oscar season, I don’t know what it means. Fly, we have Oscar-winning filmmakers Adam McKay, Steven Spielberg and Aaron Sorkin behind these films, we will see some of the best of the year.

We have a remake of an old classic movie, a movie where you are not allowed to look up and two protagonists in a movie that all come out this week.

New movies to see in theaters this weekend

  • West Side Story
  • National champions
  • Being Ricardo (Confined)
  • Do not look up (Confined)

The original West Side Story was nominated for 11 Oscars and won 10 and the film is considered one of the greatest musicals. The film takes on a new look starring Rachel Zegler and Ansel Elgort in a film directed by Oscar winner Steven Spielberg. I’m excited about this since it was announced.

A pair of Oscar-winning films get limited release before their respective releases on streaming platforms on Adam McKay / Netflix Do not look up and Aaron Sorkin / Amazon Studios Being Ricardo. I highly recommend looking for the first one if it plays in a theater near you.

New movies to stream from home this weekend

When Sandra Bullock and Viola Davis are in the movies, it’s always something I watch. But put them both together in a movie and it is a MUST watch. The film follows Ruth Slater (Bullock), who is released to face her past in the real world.

What will you watch this weekend? Will you enjoy a movie in theaters or in streaming?

Related Videos

Leave a Comment