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    Updated on Jun 19, 2020. Posted on Jun 19, 2020

    Brand-New Movies Coming Out This Weekend That You Can Watch At Home

    Miss Juneteenth, Babyteeth, and Dads — a little something for everyone.

    Welcome back, movie lovers! Here's your weekly roundup of all the new movies you can watch at home on your couch this weekend.

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    Miss Juneteenth

    A woman puts makeup on her daughter backstage at a beauty pageant.
    Courtesy Everett Collection

    Synopsis: In this film, which premiered at Sundance and won SXSW's 2020 Lone Star Award, a former beauty queen encourages her rebellious daughter to enter the Miss Juneteenth pageant in hopes of preventing her from making the same mistakes she once made.

    Starring: Nicole Beharie, Kendrick Sampson, Alexis Chikaeze, Lori Hayes, Akron Watson, Jaime Matthis, Liz Mikel

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Babyteeth

    A teenage woman sits next to a pool, wearing a green wig.
    IFC Films / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Synopsis: When a teenager with a serious illness falls in love with a drug dealer, her family must adjust their expectations for their daughter and embrace life as it happens.

    Starring: Eliza Scanlen, Toby Wallace, Emily Barclay, Eugene Gilfedde, Essie Davis, Ben Mendelsohn

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Disclosure

    Laverne Cox is interviewed behind two cameras.
    Netflix

    Synopsis: From executive producer Laverne Cox comes a documentary about how Hollywood influences the feelings society has about transgender people, including how they see themselves.

    Featuring: Laverne Cox, Angelica Ross, Brian Michael Smith, Yance Ford, Zeke Smith, Lilly Wachowski, Mj Rodriguez, Michael D Cohen, Chaz Bono, Jamie Clayton, Alexandra Billings, Jen Richards, Tiq Milan, Nick Adams, Tre’Vell Anderson, Trace Lysette, Rain Valdez, Zackary Drucker, Marquise Vilson, Chase Strangio, Sandra Caldwell, Candis Cayne, Susan Stryker, Alexandra Grey, Jazzmun, Ser Anzoategui, Elliot Fletcher, Bianca Leigh, Leo Sheng, Mickey R. Mahoney, Hailie Sahar

    Where to watch it: Netflix

    Read more about the film here.

    Looks That Kill

    A man with bandages all over his face at the movies with a girl sitting next to him.
    Gravitas Ventures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Synopsis: Max Richards (Brandon Flynn) is a teenage boy born with a medical condition — he's lethally attractive and must wear bandages on his face to keep from killing others.

    Starring: Brandon Flynn, Julia Goldani Telles, Ki Hong Lee, Annie Mumolo

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    (In)Visible Portraits

    A Black woman stands in front of a seamless.
    Courtesy of (In)Visible Portraits

    Synopsis: From writer, director, and producer Oge Egbuonu comes a powerful documentary about Black women in America: their history, heritage, and how to dismantle the false narrative around them that exists in the present day.

    Where to watch it: Vimeo On Demand

    Read more about the film here.

    You Should Have Left

    Kevin Bacon looks scared while holding his daughter.
    Universal Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    Synopsis: When a screenwriter travels to Wales to finish the sequel to his latest blockbuster with his family, his writer's block gets much worse as he begins to suspect there is a sinister force within the house itself.

    Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Kevin Bacon, Geoff Bell, Avery Tiiu Essex

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Dads

    A father and son brushing their teeth.
    Apple TV+

    Synopsis: A documentary from Bryce Dallas Howard that "celebrates the joys and challenges of fatherhood."

    Featuring: Judd Apatow, Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick Harris, Ron Howard, Ken Jeong, Jimmy Kimmel, Hasan Minhaj, Will Smith, Kenan Thompson, Robert Selby, and more

    Where to watch it: Apple TV+

    Watch the trailer here.

    7500

    A pilot in the cockpit of an airplane.
    Amazon Studios

    Synopsis: Tobias (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is a quiet American co-pilot who is on a flight from Berlin to Paris alongside his flight attendant girlfriend when the plane is suddenly taken over by terrorists.

    Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Omid Memar, Murathan Muslu, and Aylin Tezel

    Where to watch it: Amazon Prime Video

    Watch the trailer here.

    The Pollinators

    A close-up of a bee and a flower.
    Courtesy 1091

    Synopsis: An environmental documentary that investigates how mass farming and consumer food preferences are killing off bees, animals that our ecosystem desperately needs.

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Mr. Jones

    Samuel Goldwyn Films

    Synopsis: Set just before World War II begins, a young journalist travels to Russia to uncover the source of propaganda from Hilter and Stalin's messages that were pushed across the globe.

    Starring: James Norton, Vanessa Kirby, Peter Sarsgaard, Joseph Mawle

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    The Marshes

    Three people walking inside of a marsh.
    Shudder/RLJE Films

    Synopsis: A group of young microbiologists travel to the Australian wilderness to test the local water, when they cross paths with a mysterious local who is set to kill anyone in his path.

    Starring: Dafna Kronental, Mathew Cooper, Sam Delich, Eddie Baroo

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    A little confused on how to rent your 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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