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If your New Year's resolution was to watch more movies – which it really should be – your favorite streaming services probably have just the thing for you, whether you appreciate Snoop Dogg's love of football or enjoy watching Tom Cruise watching him do crazy things and somehow not dying.

This month alone, Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu and Apple TV+ have released a mix of summer blockbusters we've been waiting for (like the latest “Mission: Impossible”) and freshly minted Oscar-nominated works (Martin Scorsese Hive, Rise up!) and original fare (a Kaley Cuoco action comedy and a Kevin Hart heist movie).

Here are 10 new movies you can stream now:

“Stupid money”

In the true comedy, Paul Dano plays a financial analyst and frequent YouTuber who bets on GameStop stock and convinces his followers to do the same, leading to financial chaos as they make millions and Wall Street types lose fortunes. With a supporting cast including Seth Rogen, Pete Davidson and America Ferrera, we wish you good luck finding a more audience-friendly film about rising stock prices.

Where to see: Netflix


In this strange sci-fi drama, Hen (Saoirse Ronan) and Junior (Paul Mescal) are married farmers who are visited by a mysterious man (Aaron Pierre) with unwelcome news: Junior is being drafted to fly into space, where most people live The Earth is a kind of wasteland, but it is being replaced by a clone of artificial intelligence. The main cast does what they can with this twisty, nail-biting Black Mirror-style story.

Where to see: Prime Video

“Good Mourning”

Daniel Levy, best known as the eccentric David Rose on Schitt's Creek, plays a completely different, quieter role in this dramedy he wrote and directed. His character Marc is devastated by the sudden death of his famous writer husband (Luke Evans). However, he is even more shocked when he discovers that his wife has been living a secret life in Paris, which leads to an emotional, eye-opening trip to France with his best friends (Ruth Negga and Himesh Patel).

Where to see: Netflix

“Flower Moon Killer”

Scorsese is at the top of his legendary game with this riveting true Western crime film about love and greed that explores America's complicated history in relation to indigenous peoples. In 1920s Oklahoma, a young woman (a stunning Lily Gladstone) in the wealthy Osage Nation becomes the focus of a murder mystery involving her World War I veteran husband (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his uncle (Robert De Niro). , a power broker, are involved.

Where to see: Apple TV+

'The kitchen'

Directed by Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya, the futuristic drama is set in a dystopian London where income inequality has reached a revolutionary boiling point. Izi (Kane Robinson) is an undertaker about to move out of one of the city's last housing projects until he meets Benji (Jedaiah Bannerman), whose mother has just died, and takes him under his wing in a film full of style and elegance of social commentary.

Where to see: Netflix


Popcorn movies are no longer just in the cinema: Kevin Hart plays Cyrus, the leader of an international heist crew, in the action comedy, which ranges from stealing NFTs and high-end works of art to hijacking planes. When they are swiped by the authorities, Cyrus avoids prison by teaming up with his ex-Interpol agent (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) to steal $500 million in gold from a commercial airliner and keep it out of the hands of a terrorist (Jean Reno).

Where to see: Netflix

“Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning”

A rogue artificial intelligence threatens the entire globe and Cruise's secret agent hero Ethan Hunt fights for a key that could destroy the digital villain in the seventh “Mission” film. Ethan finds a new spy partner in a skilled pickpocket (Hayley Atwell) as they embark on an epic chase in Roman cars and a rough ride on the Orient Express. (Cruise also manages an impressive mountain jump from a motorcycle with an unforgettable landing.)

Where to see: Paramount+

'Role playing game'

Dave (David Oyelowo) and Emma (Kaley Cuoco) are a seemingly ordinary couple who go out on a hotel date to spice up their marriage. But after an old man they meet (Bill Nighy) turns up dead, Dave learns that Emma is actually an assassin, and they both make tough decisions for themselves and each other in an action-spy comedy that's far more violent than it is funny your family.

Where to see: Prime Video


Jake Johnson (“New Girl”) writes, directs and stars in the strange comedy as Tommy, a sad guy who is visited by Andy Samberg (as himself) and recruited to take part in a dark web reality TV show became. Tommy can win $1 million if he survives 30 days of being hunted by crazed killers (from ninja acrobats to a fake Ellen DeGeneres) who can only attack him when he is alone, resulting in Tommy befriends a woman (Anna Kendrick) who also plays the game.

Where to see: Hulu

“The outsider”

Snoop Dogg founded his own California youth soccer league in the 2000s, and that's the inspiration for the rapper/actor's pretty decent, X-rated version of a popular sports theme. Jaycen “Two Js” Jennings (Dogg) is a down-and-out former star receiver sentenced to community service, and he ends up coaching a lowly team of foul-mouthed kids, reconnecting with an ex (Tika Sumpter), maturing a bit, and… Bragging rights on the field.

Where to see: Prime Video