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    All Of The New Movies Coming Out This Weekend That You Can Watch From Your Couch

    Irresistible, Daddy Issues, and Will Ferrell's latest Eurovision comedy are all new this week.

    Welcome back, movie lovers! Here are all of the movies coming out this weekend that you can watch in the comfort of your own home.

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    Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

    Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams in elaborate costunes.
    Elizabeth Viggiano / Elizabeth Viggiano/NETFLIX

    Synopsis: Two small-town singers decide to partake in the world's biggest song contest, Eurovision.

    Starring: Rachel McAdams, Will Ferrell

    Where to watch it: Netflix

    Watch the trailer here.


    Rose Byrne and Steve Carell sit inside of a pie shop.
    Daniel Mcfadden / Focus Features

    Synopsis: In this movie written and directed by Jon Stewart, Steve Carell plays a political consultant who helps a retired Marine run for mayor of a small Wisconsin town.

    Starring: Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, Chris Cooper, Topher Grace, Natasha Lyonne, Mackenzie Davis, CJ Wilson, Will Sasso

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    My Spy

    A girl and Dave Bautista walk away from an explosion with sunglasses on.
    © Amazon / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Synopsis: This family-friendly film centers around a demoted CIA operative (Dave Bautista) who has been sent undercover for surveillance of a family and develops a bond with a 9-year-old girl.

    Starring: Dave Bautista, Chloe Coleman, Kristen Schaal, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Ken Jeong

    Where to watch it: Amazon Prime Video

    Watch the trailer here.

    Charlie's Angels

    Three Charlie's Angels standing together.
    Columbia / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Synopsis: The angels are back at it again when an engineer blows the whistle on a dangerous technology that threatens the future of the planet.

    Starring: Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska, Naomi Scott, Patrick Stewart, Elizabeth Banks, Djimon Hounsou, Noah Centineo, Sam Claflin

    Where to watch it: Hulu

    Watch the trailer here.

    Athlete A

    A gymnast in the air.
    Melissa J. Perenson for AP / Netflix

    Synopsis: This documentary follows the reporters at the Indianapolis Star who broke the story about USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's abuse.

    Where to watch it: Netflix

    Watch the trailer here.

    Daddy Issues

    A group of women in the audience of an event.
    Clean Slate Productions

    Synopsis: A stand-up comic moves from London to Los Angeles after her father dies and leaves her his company to run.

    Starring: Kimberley Datnow, Tanner Rittenhouse, Alice Carrol Johnson, Francis Llloyd Corby

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Run with the Hunted

    Ron Perlman in a car looking at a woman.
    Courtesy of Vertical Entertainment

    Synopsis: A man with a criminal past as a young boy has spent 15 years on the run and is being searched for by his childhood best friend whom he once saved.

    Starring: Michael Pitt, Ron Perlman, Dree Hemingway

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    No Small Matter

    A group of children sitting on the floor and watching something.
    Stephanie Strauss / Courtesy of Abramorama

    Synopsis: From executive producer Alfre Woodard comes this documentary about early education and the crisis currently facing America’s child care system.

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All Time Volume 3: Comedy and Camp

    Kevin Smith looking at the camera.
    Quiver Distribution

    Synopsis: The final installment of the Time Warp series looks at comedy and camp films through a series of interviews with the people who starred in them.

    Featuring: Gina Gershon, John Cleese, Ron Livingston, Jim Gaffigan, Fred Willard, Jon Heder, David Cross, Mary Woronov, Michael McKean, Kevin Smith, Amy Heckerling, Mike Judge, Peter Farrelly, John Cameron Mitchell

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Confused about how to rent movies on demand?

    In the US, "on demand" usually means a title will be available to rent via your cable TV provider and most (but not necessarily all) of the following services: Amazon, Apple, Comcast, Vudu, Google, YouTube, Fandango, DirecTV, Charter, Dish, Cox, Altice, Sony, Frontier, Redbox, and Verizon. Each movie's availability varies by studio, but you can usually find them in the aforementioned services.

    Want more movie options? Click here to see all the movies that came out on demand last week, and here for a list of all the movies that recently came out for in-home viewing.

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