Wondering what to watch this weekend? Here's a list of newly released movies to choose from and make your weekend entertaining. While some are coming out in theaters, others can be watched from the comfort of your home.

True Spirit

Ever thought about traveling solo around the world? If yes, here's a movie about a teen girl who wants to become the youngest sailor to travel across the globe alone. The movie is available to watch on Netflix and it stars Teagan Croft, Anna Paquin, Cliff Curtis and Josh Lawson. The flick is helmed by director Sarah Spillane.

80 for Brady

The highly anticipated movie which revolves around best friends traveling great miles to see their favorite sports player, Tom Brady, is finally out. Helmed by director Kyle Marvin, the comedy-drama stars Jane Fonda, Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy O. Yang, Rita Moreno and Sally Field. The flick is available to watch in theaters.

Knock at the Cabin

If you are fond of watching horror movies, then "Knock at the Cabin" would be a great pick. It is a psychological horror film that revolves around a family of three taken hostage and how they get out of the situation. The movie stars Dave Bautista, Rupert Grint, Jonathan Groff and Ben Aldridge, and can be watched in theaters.

Little Dixie

"Little Dixie" is an R-rated mystery crime thriller film about a man who gets involved in a feud between a governor and a drug cartel. He soon learns that his daughter has been kidnapped and it is now up to him to save her. Directed by John Swab, the movie stars Frank Grillo, Eric Dane, Annabeth Gish and Mercedes Mason. The flick is now in theaters.

A Lot of Nothing

Mo McRae's directed, "A Lot of Nothing" tells a story of a Black couple - James and Vanessa - who witnessed a White cop, played by Justin Hartley, shooting an unarmed kid. The couple's life changes upside down when they try to seek justice for the kid.

The movie also stars Y'lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, Lex Scott Davis and Sheila Carrasco. It is available in theaters.

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