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Best new movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Max (HBO), and more

We’re well into the summer blockbuster season, with Barbie and Oppenheimer out now, but you don’t have to go to the theater to catch a big new movie. The major streaming services are always bringing new (and classic) movies to their libraries throughout the year.

However, with so much coming and going, it’s easy to miss when an exciting new movie worth your while is available to stream. So, we made this roundup. Every week, we review the best new movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Prime, Max (HBO), and other streaming services.

We also have guides to the best movies on Netflix, the best movies on Hulu, the best movies on Amazon Prime Video, and the best movies on HBO.

New movies to stream at a glance


They Cloned Tyrone (2023) new

They Cloned Tyrone
74 %
r 122m
Genre Science Fiction, Comedy, Mystery
Stars John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, Jamie Foxx
Directed by Juel Taylor
When strange things begin to happen in their neighborhood, Fontaine (John Boyega), Yo-Yo (WandaVision‘s Teyonah Parris), and Slick Charles (Jamie Foxx) form an unlikely trio to investigate the happenings. But as they get deeper down the rabbit hole, they unravel a nefarious government conspiracy unfolding underneath their neighborhood.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022)

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
73 %
pg 103m
Genre Animation, Family, Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy
Stars Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek Pinault, Harvey Guillén
Directed by Joel Crawford
The latest installment in the surprisingly popular Shrek spinoff, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish finds the feisty feline (Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny‘s Antonio Banderas) on the last of his nine lives. He’s led eight glorious ones, but his passion for adventure has taken its toll. Puss still has so much more living to do, though, so he embarks on an epic journey to find the mythical Last Wish to restore his nine lives.

65 (2023)

40 %
pg-13 92m
Genre Science Fiction, Thriller, Drama
Stars Adam Driver, Ariana Greenblatt, Chloe Coleman
Directed by Scott Beck, Bryan Woods
The time- and genre-bending action hit 65 stars Adam Driver as space pilot Mills, stranded on an unknown planet after a catastrophic crash. However, he soon realizes he’s not on an unknown planet … he’s on Earth 65 million years in the past. In a world dominated by dinosaurs, Mills and the only other survivor, Koa (Ariana Greenblatt), must traverse across hostile, terrifying prehistoric terrain to chase their only chance at rescue.

Nimona (2023)

75 %
pg 101m
Genre Animation, Science Fiction, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Stars Chloë Grace Moretz, Riz Ahmed, Eugene Lee Yang
Directed by Troy Quane, Nick Bruno
When Knight Ballister Boldheart (Riz Ahmed) is framed for a crime he didn’t commit, the only person who may be able to help prove his innocence is Nimona (Chloë Grace Moretz), a teen shape-shifter with an edge. Unfortunately, she might also be a monster that he’s sworn to kill.

Run Rabbit Run (2023)

Run Rabbit Run
57 %
r 100m
Genre Horror, Thriller
Stars Sarah Snook, Greta Scacchi, Damon Herriman
Directed by Daina Reid
Sarah (Sarah Snook) is a fertility doctor with a firm grasp on reality and the logic of life. But when her young daughter, Mia (Lily LaTorre), begins exhibiting increasingly strange, supernatural behavior, Sarah must challenge her own beliefs. That process leads to confronting a ghost from her past that threatens to tear her family apart. Emmy winner Daina Reid (The Handmaid’s Tale) directs this new Netflix original movie thriller.

Amazon Prime Video

Till (2022) new

79 %
pg-13 131m
Genre Drama, History
Stars Danielle Deadwyler, Jalyn Hall, Frankie Faison
Directed by Chinonye Chukwu
The heinous lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till was a major rallying moment for the Civil Rights Movement, but the story goes far beyond marches and sit-ins. Till tells the story of Till’s mother, Mamie Till Mobley’s (Danielle Deadwyler) relentless pursuit of justice. Through her poignant journey, harnessing her grief to turn it into action, Till becomes a fierce warrior for justice.

Los iniciados (2023)

Los iniciados
r 112m
Genre Crime, Thriller
Stars Andrés Parra, Aria Jara, Juan Pablo Urrego
Directed by Juan Felipe Orozco
Inspired by the Frank Molina detective novels by Colombian writer Mario Mendoza, Los iniciados stars Andrés Parra as Molina, an alcoholic private investigator in 2031 Bogotá. As Molina unmasks sinister plots in Bogotá’s underworld, he soon stumbles into a conspiracy that goes far deeper than he could have imagined.

80 for Brady (2023)

80 for Brady
52 %
pg-13 98m
Genre Comedy
Stars Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno
Directed by Kyle Marvin
80 for Brady tells the true story of four best friends in their golden years who decide to take the trip of a lifetime to fulfill a decades-long dream in the making: Seeing Tom Brady play in the Super Bowl. The road trip comedy stars a quartet of legendary actresses: Sally Field, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, and Rita Moreno.

M3GAN (2022)

72 %
r 102m
Genre Science Fiction, Horror
Stars Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Jenna Davis
Directed by Gerard Johnstone

M3GAN became a meme culture of its own, which fortunately didn’t take too much away from the fact that it’s actually a pretty good movie. Designed by toy company roboticist Gemma (Allison Williams), M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence. The life-like doll is programmed to be a child’s greatest companion and a parent’s greatest ally — the coolest toy ever, basically.

But when Gemma suddenly becomes the caretaker of her 8-year-old niece, Cady (Violet McGraw), it’s M3GAN, not Gemma who takes on the brunt of the protector responsibilities. And M3GAN takes those responsibilities very, VERY seriously.

Armageddon Time (2022)

Armageddon Time
74 %
r 114m
Genre Drama
Stars Banks Repeta, Anne Hathaway, Jeremy Strong
Directed by James Gray
Set in Queens in 1980, Armageddon Time tells the story of the Graff family after son, Paul (Banks Repeta), befriends a rebellious Black classmate, Johnny (Jaylin Webb). His privileged family, led by parents Irving and Esther (Anne Hathaway and Jeremy Strong), don’t take kindly to the new friendship. While not bigots, they’re prone to subconscious prejudice and a predilection for their own visions for Paul’s future. That’s something Paul rejects in his friendship with Johnny and his closeness with his maternal grandfather, Aaron (Anthony Hopkins).


Death on the Nile (2022)

Death on the Nile
52 %
pg-13 127m
Genre Mystery, Crime, Thriller
Stars Kenneth Branagh, Tom Bateman, Annette Bening
Directed by Kenneth Branagh
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars in this soft-boiled detective tale set aboard a glamorous river steamboat embarking on a luxury vacation along the Nile River. Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot (Branagh) is looking to simply get away, but when a beautiful couple aboard the cruise turns up dead, Poirot is thrust into action to untangle a series of wicked twists, turns, and deceptions among the cosmopolitan vacationers to discover the culprit.

See How They Run (2022)

See How They Run
60 %
pg-13 98m
Genre Mystery, Comedy, Thriller
Stars Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody
Directed by Tom George
Set in the West End of 1950s London, See How They Run tells the story of a smash-hit play getting ready to make the leap to a movie adaptation. But when a pivotal member of the crew is murdered, the plans come to an abrupt halt. World-weary Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and rookie Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) pick up the case, venturing into the sordid, glamorous world of London’s theater underground — while putting themselves into more peril than they anticipated.

Infinity Pool (2023)

Infinity Pool
72 %
r 118m
Genre Horror, Science Fiction, Thriller
Stars Alexander Skarsgård, Mia Goth, Cleopatra Coleman
Directed by Brandon Cronenberg
The newest film from Possessor director Brandon Cronenberg, Infinity Pool stars Alexander Skarsgård and Cleopatra Coleman as young couple James and Em, who are enjoying a pristine vacation at an isolated island resort. But when they meet the alluring Gabi (Mia Goth), they go against their better instincts to wander with her outside the resort grounds. After a tragic accident, they discover a zero-tolerance policy on crime on the island. They may either be executed or, if they can afford it, they can watch themselves die instead.

Barbarian (2022)

78 %
r 103m
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Stars Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long
Directed by Zach Cregger
One of the most popular thrillers of 2022, Barbarian stars Georgina Campbell as Tess, a young woman who arrives in town for a job interview, only to find that Keith (Bill Skarsgård) is already staying in her Airbnb. The rental has been mistakenly double-booked. She knows she shouldn’t stay, but Tess is tired and decides to stay just one night. Soon, however, she discovers there’s far more to fear in the house than Keith.

Chevalier (2023)

67 %
pg-13 107m
Genre Drama, History, Music
Stars Kelvin Harrison Jr., Samara Weaving, Lucy Boynton
Directed by Stephen Williams
Composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, was the illegitimate son of an African slave and a French plantation owner, Bologne. Inspired by his true story, Chevalier tells the tale of Bologne’s (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) rise to improbable heights in French society as a gifted violinist-composer and fencer, all the way to a love affair and a falling out with Marie Antoinette (Lucy Boynton).

Max (formerly HBO and HBO Max)

Shirley (2020)

76 %
r 107m
Genre Drama, Thriller
Stars Elisabeth Moss, Odessa Young, Michael Stuhlbarg
Directed by Josephine Decker
Elisabeth Moss stars as legendary horror writer Shirley Jackson, on the precipice of penning her masterpiece, The Lottery. Jackson, however, is notoriously routine-oriented and a bit of an agoraphobe, so when her professor husband (Michael Stuhlbarg) invites a young professor and his wife (Logan Lerman, Odessa Young) to live with them as the professor gets acclimated to his new job, it throws Shirley for a loop. While the older couple are already in a ruthless, philandering relationship, the young ones are naïve and wide-eyed by the excitement of their romance. They’re the perfect playthings for Stanley Hyman and Shirley Jackson.

Evil Dead Rise (2023)

Evil Dead Rise
69 %
r 96m
Genre Thriller, Horror
Stars Lily Sullivan, Alyssa Sutherland, Morgan Davies
Directed by Lee Cronin
In Evil Dead Rise, the Evil Dead franchise continues when a reunion between estranged sisters (Lily Sullivan and Alyssa Sutherland) is cut short after an earthquake shakes loose a concealed chamber under the apartment they are in. There, they find one of the three volumes of the Naturom Demonto, and flesh-possessing demons soon invade their home. A primal battle for survival between the living and the dead commences.

A Star Is Born (2018)

A Star Is Born
88 %
r 136m
Genre Music, Drama, Romance
Stars Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Sam Elliott
Directed by Bradley Cooper
Nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture, A Star Is Born was somewhat of a surprise sensation in 2018. The remake of a remake stars Bradley Cooper (who also wrote the screenplay) as star country musician Jackson Maine who is falling out of love with music just when he meets struggling artist Ally (Lady Gaga). Ally has just about given up on her dream of making it as a singer, but Jackson rediscovers his own light with her, and he coaxes her into the spotlight to perform with him. As they fall in love and Ally’s career takes off, their relationship struggles to endure as Jackson’s personal struggles amplify.

Reality (2023)

84 %
r 83m
Genre Drama
Stars Sydney Sweeney, Josh Hamilton, Marchánt Davis
Directed by Tina Satter
Air Force veteran and former American intelligence specialist Reality Winner was given the longest sentence ever for the unauthorized release of government information to the media. This is the story of June 3, 2017, when Winner (The White Lotus‘ Sydney Sweeney) returned home from running errands to find two FBI agents at her Augusta, Georgia, home. Over the next two hours, she’s questioned about her work and her connection to the leak of a classified document related to Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections. Reality is a gripping, intense portrait of American malfeasance and espionage.

Magic Mike's Last Dance (2023)

Magic Mike's Last Dance
52 %
r 112m
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Stars Channing Tatum, Salma Hayek, Ayub Khan-Din
Directed by Steven Soderbergh
The steamy male stripper comedy saga comes to an end in Magic Mike’s Last Dance as “Magic” Mike Lane (Channing Tatum) takes to the stage one last time after a business deal goes bust, leaving him broke and bartending in Florida. When socialite Maxandra Mendoza (Salma Hayek) lures him to London with an offer he can’t refuse, Mike soon finds she also has an agenda. But will Mike and his new crew of dancers be able to pull off her grand scheme?


Book Club: The Next Chapter (2023)

Book Club: The Next Chapter
46 %
pg-13 108m
Genre Comedy, Romance
Stars Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen
Directed by Bill Holderman
Diane, Vivian, Sharon, and Carol (Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen) have been best friends for a long time, but they’ve still never taken a girls’ trip together. So, when they finally take a trip to Italy, they think it should be a wonderful time. Unfortunately, things go off the rails, secrets are revealed, and a relaxing vacation turns into a cross-country road trip.

Renfield (2023) new

54 %
r 93m
Genre Comedy, Horror, Fantasy
Stars Nicholas Hoult, Nicolas Cage, Awkwafina
Directed by Chris McKay
Renfield offers a modern take on the Dracula tale, centering on the evil one’s loyal servant, Renfield (Nicholas Hoult). However, it’s a tale that can’t resist modern sensibilities, namely exploring the codependent psychology of Renfield and his narcissistic boss, Dracula (Nicolas Cage). After centuries of servitude, Renfield is finally ready to step out of the shadows and attempt to start living his own life. But is he, really?

Cocaine Bear (2023) new

Cocaine Bear
54 %
r 96m
Genre Thriller, Comedy, Crime
Stars Keri Russell, Brooklynn Prince, Christian Convery
Directed by Elizabeth Banks
One of the meme-worthy movies of recent memory, Cocaine Bear is outright ridiculous. Inspired by a real 1985 story, Cocaine Bear is what happens when a drug runner’s plane crashes, unleashing kilos of cocaine into the wilderness where a black bear finds it. Of course, a 500-pound bear just happened to find it; she wasn’t looking for it. There are a bunch of cops, criminals, tourists, and teens looking for it, though, and things are about to go off the rails.


Stan Lee (2023)

Stan Lee
pg 86m
Genre Documentary
Stars Stan Lee
Directed by David Gelb
Stan Lee has been a bit of a controversial character in comics lore, but it’s hard to argue that he’s not the most recognizable contributor to comics in the 21st century. This documentary follows Lee’s upbringing as Stanley Lieber in New York City, telling his story and celebrating his legacy as a co-creator of characters from the Fantastic Four, X-Men, and the Avengers using his own words and materials from his personal archives.

Avatar: The Way of Water (2022)

Avatar: The Way of Water
67 %
pg-13 192m
Genre Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver
Directed by James Cameron
One of the biggest blockbusters of 2022 is now on Disney+ (and Max). Avatar: The Way of Water picks up more than a decade after the original film, where Sully (Sam Worthington) has fully immersed himself into life on Pandora with Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) and their children. But trouble always seems to follow them and survival is a constant battle. Nominated for four Academy Awards, Avatar: The Way of Water was one of the most anticipated films of the last decade and it largely met expectations.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
48 %
pg-13 125m
Genre Action, Adventure, Science Fiction
Stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Jonathan Majors
Directed by Peyton Reed

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania didn’t exactly launch Phase 5 of the MCU into hyperspace, especially after abuse allegations were targeted toward the MCU’s new big bad, Jonathan Majors, but it’s still worth a watch for Marvel adherents.

In the film, Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), and Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) continue their study of the Quantum Realm. But when they’re sucked in, along with Scott’s daughter, Cassie (Kathryn Newton), they encounter strange new creatures firsthand and come face-to-face with a terrifying new threat: Kang the Conqueror (Majors).

Apple TV+

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie (2023)

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie
75 %
r 95m
Genre Documentary
Stars Michael J. Fox, Tracy Pollan
Directed by Davis Guggenheim
Michael J. Fox grew up as the short kid on a Canadian army base and improbably became Hollywood’s “it” kid in the 1980s. But almost as soon as his star arrived, his life was permanently altered by a stunning Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis. This is the story of when an incurable optimist confronts an incurable disease.

Ghosted (2023)

31 %
pg-13 116m
Genre Action, Comedy, Romance
Stars Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody
Directed by Dexter Fletcher

This genre-bending rom-com stars Chris Evans and Ana de Armas as polar opposites who stumble into romance. Cole (Evans) is a salt-of-the-earth, cautious romantic who falls head over heels for the enigmatic Sadie (de Armas) after one good date.

But when she stops replying to his texts, Cole begins to fear he’s been ghosted. Turns out, she’s a secret agent, and before she can completely ghost Cole, they’re forced to team up on an international adventure to save the world.

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