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Weekend Watch: 10 Movies You Can Binge-Watch on Netflix This Weekend


By Rogers Wanambwa

KIU, Main Campus – Starting this weekend, we will be sharing ten movies that you can binge-watch over the weekend for your pleasure. This weekend's selections are all available on Netflix. Without any spoilers and further ado, let's dive right into it: 

1. Sorry to Bother You
A comedy film directed by Boots Riley, it also stars actors like LaKeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson and was released in 2018. 

2. The Adams Project
Released in 2022, it stars renowned comedy actor Ryan Reynolds, and he does deliver wonderfully in this one. 

3. Adam by Eve
A live-in animation, it explores the world of music and anime, giving you a dream-like experience from the eyes of a coming of age artist. 

4. V for Vendetta 
If you are a DC movie fan, you will love this one whose leading actress is Natalie Portman and follows her befriending a villainous character aptly named V. 

5. Dunkirk
If you know Christopher Nolan's movie style, you should be excited about this one as it puts you on tension, trying to put together the puzzle that is the events unfolding before you in the movie.

6. Rescued by Ruby

Starring Grant Gustin (known for The Flash), this one will have you rooting for the underdog, pan intended, to make it and win. 

7. Downfall: The Case Against Boeing
This one is for documentary lovers. It follows what happened after two Boeing 737 Max models fell out of the sky within six months, starting in late 2018. 

8. The Tinder Swindler
Dating apps are catching on in Uganda, and this documentary will remind you why you always need to use your head on such platforms and in dating as a whole. 

9. Don't Look Up
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, it follows two astronomers who discover a comet headed towards Earth. What transpires next reminds us of the indifference that typically meets climate change warnings. The ending is satirical too!  

10. tick, tick...BOOM! 
Andrew Garfield delivers a fantastic performance in this musical that explores the pressure of trying to make it for young adults.