Wondering what to watch over the weekend? Then here's a list of movies for you – some of them are available online, while others you can watch in theaters.

The Whale

If you love watching psychological drama and the return of "George of the Jungle" star Brendan Fraser on the big screen, then you should definitely check out "The Whale," which is available in theaters. The movie revolves around a 600-pound man who wants to connect with his estranged teenage daughter (Sadie Sink) again. The movie is helmed by director Darren Aronofsky and penned by Samuel D. Hunter.


"Pinocchio" will be the best pick for you to watch over the weekend with family and kids. The movie is set in 1930s Italy, where a father brings a wooden toy to life with magic so that he can take care of the baby. The flick is helmed by directors Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson. It is available to stream on Netflix.

Empire of Light

Here's a romantic drama on the list, "Empire of Light," which is set in the 1980s. It revolves around the employees working at a cinema located on the south coast of England. The movie is helmed by director Sam Mendes and stars Olivia Colman, Micheal Ward, Colin Firth and Crystal Clarke. The flick is available in theaters.

Spoiler Alert

"Spoiler Alert" is based on Michael Ausiello's memoir, "Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies." It tells the story of two men in love and one of them gets diagnosed with terminal cancer, which takes the couple on an emotional ride. The movie is helmed by director Michael Showalter and stars Jim Parsons, Ben Aldridge, Sally Field, Bill Irwin and Antoni Porowski.

Something From Tiffany's

"Something From Tiffany's" is a romantic drama that follows a woman's journey who finds her life partner with help of someone else's engagement ring. The flick is helmed by director Daryl Wein and it stars Zoey Deutch, Kendrick Sampson, Shay Mitchell and Ray Nicholson. It is penned by writer Tamara Chestna.

The movie is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

Illustration shows Netflix logo