World News – US – Borat 2, The Witches and everything else you can now watch at home


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If you’ve ever wondered how Olaf from Frozen was born, Disney Plus has an answer in the form of the Once Upon a Snowman short In short, now on the Disney streaming service, the Snowman is suffering from an existential crisis after being called into existence, and it’s a surprisingly emotional journey

Speaking of things that are starting to exist, the movie Uncharted, directed by Ruben Fleischer, is officially underway.The first official photos from the set were released this week, showing Tom Holland as young Nathan Drake Holland also posted a first photo of himself in full Drake costume on his Instagram

Until the long-delayed Uncharted movie finally hits theaters, here are the new movies you can watch on VOD this weekend

Sacha Baron Cohen returns as Kazakh journalist in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm The documentary comedy finds Borat back in America amid the COVID-19 pandemic and ahead of the 2020 election According to our review:

Next movie from Borat: Delivering a stupendous bribe to the US regime for profit once the glorious nation of Kazakhstan is also one of the funniest American comedies in a long time With an actress in the trailer playing Borat’s teenage daughter, Cohen returns to a more rowdy U for an even more outrageous film, which not only embarrasses at least one great politician – “Big hit!” – but manages to be surprisingly touching and optimistic along the way

Robert Zemeckis’ adaptation of Roald Dahl’s book The Witches stars Anne Hathaway as the great witch, with Jahzir Bruno and Octavia Spencer as the young boy and his grandmother who meet the great witch and her clan From our review:

Director Robert Zemeckis has always had a reputation for being a bit of a tech gonzo Between more satisfied films like Allied and The Walk, Zemeckis’ obsession with pushing technology to its limits, as in his masterpiece 1988 artwork Who Framed Roger Rabbit, culminated in quirks like Beowulf, The Polar Express, and Welcome to Marwen These movies are full of weird choices, not necessarily successful, but certainly memorable This makes it all the more disappointing that his latest film, a new adaptation of Roald Dahl’s children’s novel, The Witches, is almost boring

Dear White People creator Justin Simien made a horror movie about – you guessed it – hair Anna (Elle Lorraine), a TV executive, wants to become a video jockey star, but her boss (Vanessa Williams) won’t tolerate her natural hair For the sake of her career, Anna gets her first weave – and that’s where the problems start Lena Waithe, Jay Pharoah and Blair Underwood co-star

A surprisingly stacked cast completes this comedy about the ritual of spending Thanksgiving with friends BFFs Molly (Malin Akerman) and Abby (Kat Dennings) hope to have the holidays quietly, but their celebration quickly spirals out of control, with the new little one friend of Molly and her mother, as well as several revelers, including Wanda Sykes , Margaret Cho and Chelsea Peretti

The Afterward sequel arrives this weekend, with Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin as a young couple in growing pains.When they go their separate ways, she’s faced with the choice of pursuing a new love or repair his old relationship

Teen Wolf star Dylan O’Brien takes on the apocalypse as Joel in Love and Monsters, which Paramount takes straight to a digital version due to the pandemic When monsters take over the world, the humanity is forced to move underground A series of fortuitous events reveals that Joel’s high school sweetheart (Jessica Henwick) lives barely 80 miles ago, and Joel takes it upon himself to reunite with her Michael Rooker of the Guardians the Galaxy co-stars

Evan Rachel Wood stars in director Miranda July’s new film Kajillionaire, which focuses on a family of crooks and what happens with a stranger enters them From our review:

It’s been nine years since Miranda July’s last film, The Future, which follows a goofy, immature, and aimless couple from Los Angeles through their emotional trials over their decision to adopt a follow-up cat, Kajillionaire, looks like at the launch of a Cinematic Universe Miranda July: It looks like it could take place at the same time as The Future, a few blocks away Her MOON- the character-based characters are just as awkward and at odds, and July finds out again an intense well of sympathy for them, while simultaneously presenting them as close to intolerable like The Future (and the other July movie, Me and You and Everyone We Know), Kajillionaire is delicately funny about the flaws. and the flaws of his characters And like the previous July films, he is extremely offbeat, both in his characters and in his choices of director

Heidi Schreck’s acclaimed play focuses on her experiences as a candidate for constitutional debate contests as a young adult, drawing on her family history to tell a larger story of how the Constitution has affected all of our lives From our review:

In the months since the play’s last staging (it was produced fairly consistently from mid-2017, until the start of the COVID-19 pandemic), Schreck’s perspective about the fundamental iniquity that has existed since the very moment America was founded has only become more powerful It’s a sad truth, but it makes Schreck’s work all the more vital, as his apparent rambling is coming. to a precise and convincing point

Where to watch it: Rent digitally, $ 4.99 on Amazon, $ 5.99 on Apple, $ 6.99 on Google Play

Alex Gibney’s new documentary addresses exactly what went wrong with America’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and features interviews with public health officials Based on our review :

It’s not Gibney’s style to produce a Michael Moore-style essay-doc on the state of the nation as the film opens with the vague suggestion that he will examine the pandemic as the climax of 21st century technocratic pride – an unexpected test that the world, and America in particular, have failed in spectacular fashion – filmmakers don’t really have time to expansively theorize Totally Under Control takes place on a clear timeline: it begins in January 2020 and ends a few weeks ago, adding a final on-screen note about President Trump contracting COVID-19 the day after the end of the movie

Sacha Baron Cohen, Netflix, Hulu

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