Watch these movies on Netflix this weekend with your family

On-demand video streaming platforms are capturing the attention of many nowadays, as they provide easy viewing at any time and place, different from traditional media, as well as offering a variety of the most important and best movies and series in the Western world.

The following films include a variety of genres suitable for the whole family.

Don’t Think Twice

Production: 2016

Don’t Think Twice revolves around the adventures of a band in the theater; events escalate when a member of that band in the improvised theater in New York City gets a great artistic opportunity, and the rest of the team, their best friends, begin to discover. That someone is not succeeding in achieving what they are trying to realize, putting everyone in a state of confusion.

A number of stars including Keegan Michael Kay, Mike Barbiglia, Gillian Jacobs, Richard Masor, Tammy Saghir, and Kate Mikuchi, co-authored and directed by Mike Barbiglia.

Muppets Most Wanted

Production: 2014

“Muppets Most Wanted,” in a comedy, revolves around a group of puppets, who find themselves on a new adventure. They go on a world tour to Berlin, Madrid and London, but they face several problems. The heroes encounter, on their way, a criminal who has taken Crime has its own approach.

The film featured an array of artists, including Ray Lyota, Tom Hiddleston, Debbie Ryan, Lady Gaga, and Tina Faye, written by Nicholas Stoller, James Poppin, and directed by James Poppin.

Ted

Production: 2012

“Ted” revolves around the doll “Teddy” dedicated to a child named “John”, on his birthday, and as a result of the wish he hoped from a young age, that bear becomes alive, and then the bear accompanies him all the time to adulthood, and must maintain the balance between his relationship with His doll and with his girlfriend.

The film stars Giovanni Rapese, Seth McFarlane, Mila Kunis, Mark Willberg, Patrick Warburton, and Anna O’Reilly.

Burn After Reading

Production: 2008

“Burn After Reading” revolves around what happens to a former CIA agent when he decides to write his memoirs, while his wife wants a divorce. Exploited, hence several comic paradoxes occur in his life.

A large selection of stars, including George Clooney , John Malkovich, Brad Pitt, and Francis McDormand, was written and directed by Joel Quinn and Ethan Quinn.

Mr. Bean’s Holiday

Production: 2007

The film “Mr. Bean’s Holiday, a person named Mr. Bean, who wins a trip to Cannes and unwittingly separates a young boy from his father, is forced to help the two to come back together, as well as discover on the way to France, such as the pleasure of riding Bicycles, and other things about life and beautiful meanings.

The film stars Rowan Atkinson, Steve Pemberton and Lily Atkinson, composed by Richard Curtis and Rowan Atkinson, and directed by Steve Bendelac.

The Pacifier

Production: 2005

“The Pacifier” takes place in a comedy frame when a policeman, starring Vin Diesel , is tasked with caring and protecting five children, from teenage to infant, when their mother goes on a journey of exploring a safety deposit box left by her husband. , In another town, before his kidnapping and death.

A large selection of stars, including Vin Diesel , Faith Ford, Lauren Graham, Britney Snow, and Max Theriot, was written by Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant and directed by Adam Shankman.

Monsters, Inc

Production: 2001

Monsters, Inc. is set in a terrifying company that generates energy for the city by intimidating young children and relying on their screams to generate that energy. , Is something that transforms the company’s paths.

The stars of the American animated film, Billie Crystal, John Goodman, James Coburn, Jennifer Tilly and Bob Peterson, directed by Betty Docter and David Silverman.

Liar Liar

Production: 1997

The American film Liar Liar is about what a lawyer is facing because of his son’s wish.He cannot lie for 24 hours because of his son’s birthday wish;

The comedies featured a large selection of stars, including Jim Carrey, Jennifer Tilly, Cherie Otteri, Amanda Donohue and Carrie Eloise, written by Paul Goway, Stephen Mazur and directed by Tom Shadiak.