The Pope’s Exorcist and 3 Netflix Movies to Watch (or Skip) This Weekend

It’s a slightly slower weekend on Netflix as there are few major releases. Now is an excellent time to catch up on things released earlier this month heart of stone, The chosen oneAnd Painkiller. But even this weekend, there are some notable Netflix movies worth checking out.

The top 10 is currently dominated by Russell Crowe’s horror film The Pope’s Exorcist. At the same time, heart of stone remains at number 2. Additionally, many family-friendly films are currently in Netflix’s top 10, including the Despicable Me movies, bee movieAnd Madagascar 3: Europe’s most wanted person.

On the TV side, many viewers are watching baller Now that the HBO show has been added to Netflix. Additionally, Painkiller And The Lincoln Attorney Season 2 are still in the top 10 shows.

Check out our curated list of Netflix movies worth watching (or ones to skip) this weekend!

The best Netflix movies to watch this weekend

The Pope’s Exorcist

Regard! As far as exorcist movies go, this one isn’t that bad. published earlier this year, The Pope’s Exorcist Russell Crowe stars as Father Gabriele Amorth, an exorcist working for the Vatican. While investigating a recent possession, Amorth uncovers an ancient conspiracy the Vatican is trying to hide.

This horror subgenre is saturated with countless low-quality imitations The ExorcistBut The Pope’s Exorcist is one of the better additions of recent years. It also has the rare achievement of teasing 199 possible sequels.

Regard The Pope’s Exorcist on Netflix

The Eye of the Storm

Skip! The Eye of the Storm is a Taiwanese drama about a deadly disease that spreads rapidly in a hospital, forcing those caught in the crisis to make devastating decisions. Most of us are burned out by stories about disease outbreaks, and this film is a bit too melodramatic for my liking. You can skip this post unless you’re interested in these virus outbreak and lockdown stories.

The Monkey King

Regard! If you are looking for a good family movie to watch this weekend, then the cartoon is for you The Monkey King is a great choice. Animation of the classic Chinese folk tale “Journey to the West” The Monkey King is a rollicking, goofy, action-packed treat that sees the titular monkey (voiced by Jimmy O. Yang) and his magic staff embark on a quest to defeat 100 demons. Along the way, Monkey encounters a dragon king and an even more dangerous enemy: his ego. The voice cast also includes Bowen Yang, Jo Koy, BD Wong, Jolie Haong-Rappaport and Stephanie Hsu.

Regard The Monkey King on Netflix

Countless: Hall of Fame

Skip! This documentary is an excellent follow-up to the Netflix documentary Painkiller while dealing with one of sport’s biggest doping scandals. hall of fame is about Victor Conte and his notorious supplement and nutrition company, BALCO Laboratories. Like most Untold Documents, hall of fame is a good documentary, but it probably won’t grab your attention if you’re not interested in sports.

boy deleted

Regard! Directed by Joel Edgerton, the heartbreaking biographical drama boy deleted was recently added to Netflix and continues to be trending on the streaming site. The film is based on Garrard Conley’s 2016 memoir of the same name.

boy deleted It centers on a teenager living in a conservative small town who is revealed as gay to his parents, including his father, a Baptist pastor. Unable to reconcile their beliefs with their son’s sexuality, his parents send him to a conversion therapy program. Lucas Hedges, Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman star in the lead roles.

Regard boy deleted on Netflix

What Netflix movies will you be watching this weekend?

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Sarah Ridley is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Sarah Ridley joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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