More Than 25 Movies and Shows to Watch on Netflix This Weekend: June 1st-2nd(2024)

Movies and Shows to Watch on Netflix This Weekend
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This weekend, Netflix is turning up the heat with a fantastic lineup of new movies and shows that you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re in the mood for a gripping war drama, a heartwarming family series, or a fun animated adventure, Netflix has something special just for you. Because Netflix is adding more than 25 Movies and Shows to watch on Netflix this weekend.

Starting June 1st, Netflix is adding a variety of titles that promise to make your weekend binge-watching sessions unforgettable. Dive into the thrilling world of 1917, experience the enchanting melodies of La La Land, and embark on a grand adventure with Detective Pikachu. For sci-fi fans, the epic tale of Dune is a must-watch, while families can enjoy the colourful and creative The LEGO Movie.

But that’s not all! Netflix is also bringing back favourites like The Conjuring series to give you some chills, and the beloved Heartland returns with its sixteenth season to warm your heart. Let’s look at the list of what Netflix is adding this weekend.

 

  • 30 for 30: Once Brothers – This documentary tells the poignant story of the friendship and eventual estrangement between two Yugoslavian basketball stars, Vlade Divac and Dražen Petrović, against the backdrop of the Yugoslav Wars.

  • 1917 – Set during World War I, this gripping film follows two British soldiers tasked with delivering a crucial message to save a battalion from walking into a deadly trap.

  • A Million Ways to Die in the West – In this comedic western, a cowardly sheep farmer must find his courage when a notorious outlaw’s wife teaches him how to shoot.

  • Ali – This biographical drama follows the life and career of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, focusing on his fights, personal struggles, and political activism.

  • Allegiant – The third installment of the Divergent series, this film follows Tris and Four as they escape beyond the wall that encloses Chicago, discovering shocking new truths about their world.

  • Baby Boy – A coming-of-age story about Jody, a young African-American man in South Central Los Angeles, as he struggles with his responsibilities as a father and partner.
  • Big Fat Liar – This comedy follows a teenager who seeks revenge on a sleazy Hollywood producer who stole his story idea and turned it into a hit movie.
  • The Breakfast Club – Five high school students from different cliques spend a Saturday in detention and discover they have more in common than they thought.
  • Burn After Reading – A dark comedy about two gym employees who find a disc containing the memoirs of a former CIA analyst and attempt to sell it, leading to a series of chaotic events.
  • The Conjuring – Based on true events, this horror film follows paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren as they help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.
  • The Conjuring 2 – The Warrens travel to London to help a single mother and her children who are experiencing terrifying supernatural occurrences in their home.

  • The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – The Warrens investigate a murder case linked to demonic possession, marking the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect claims demonic possession as a defense.

  • Detective Pikachu – In a world where Pokémon live alongside humans, a young man teams up with a wise-cracking, coffee-loving Pikachu to solve the mystery of his father’s disappearance.

  • The Devil’s Own – A New York cop finds his life turned upside down when he takes in an Irish immigrant, who is secretly an IRA terrorist planning a major arms deal.

  • Divergent – In a future society divided into factions, Tris learns she is a Divergent and uncovers a conspiracy to destroy all those like her.

  • Dune – Set in a distant future, this epic sci-fi film follows Paul Atreides, a young nobleman whose family becomes embroiled in a war for control over the desert planet Arrakis and its valuable resource, spice.

  • Heartland (Season 16) – Follow the continuing saga of the Bartlett-Fleming family as they navigate the highs and lows of life on their Alberta horse ranch.

  • Home – A lovable alien named Oh and a young girl named Tip form an unlikely friendship as they embark on a road trip to find Tip’s mother amidst an alien invasion of Earth.

  • Insurgent – In the second film of the Divergent series, Tris and Four are on the run from Jeanine, the leader of the power-hungry Erudite faction, while uncovering the secrets of their world.

  • Kicking & Screaming – A comedy about a man who becomes the coach of his son’s soccer team and competes against his ultra-competitive father.

  • La La Land – A musical romance that follows a jazz musician and an aspiring actress as they fall in love while pursuing their dreams in Los Angeles.

  • Land of the Lost – A comedy-adventure where a disgraced scientist, his assistant, and a survivalist discover a world filled with dinosaurs and other fantastical creatures.

  • The LEGO Movie – An ordinary LEGO mini-figure, Emmet, is mistakenly identified as the key to saving the world and embarks on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant.

  • National Security – Two mismatched security guards, who initially can’t stand each other, team up to thwart a smuggling operation and bring the criminals to justice.

  • On the Basis of Sex – This biographical drama follows the early career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she faces numerous o

  • S.W.A.T. – A former SWAT leader is recruited to form a special team to transport an international drug kingpin across Los Angeles after a ruthless drug lord offers a large bounty to anyone who can free him.

  • Simon – A drama about the complex relationship between two friends, Simon and Freek, dealing with Simon’s terminal illness and their emotional journey together.

  • Strawberry Shortcake’s Summer Vacation – Join Strawberry Shortcake and her friends as they enjoy a fun-filled summer adventure with lots of laughter, friendship, and sweet treats.

  • Tangerine – This indie comedy-drama follows a transgender sex worker who, on Christmas Eve, discovers her boyfriend and pimp has been cheating on her, leading to a wild and emotional day in Los Angeles.

  • Too Old for Fairy Tales 2 (Netflix Original) – In this sequel, a young gamer and his quirky friends must navigate new challenges and adventures, discovering that growing up is harder than any game they’ve ever played.

  • Two Can Play That Game – A romantic comedy about a successful career woman who uses her knowledge of relationships to control her boyfriend, only to find the rules of the game can work both ways.

Source of the above information: OnMilwaukee

Which movie or tv show are you going to watch this weekend, let me know in the comments below. and don’t forget to check our article on what’s coming to Netflix throughout June 2024. 

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