Looking forward to watching some light-hearted movies over the weekend with some action-packed adventures? Then you should definitely check out this list. You can stream them online and some of them are also available in theaters to give you a cinematic experience.

Clifford the Big Red Dog

If you are looking forward to a family comedy movie, then "Clifford the Big Red Dog" is a perfect pick for you. The movie is streaming on Paramount+ and is also available in theaters. The story revolves around a family living in a small New York City apartment who rescues a magical pussy that turns into a giant dog. The movie stars Darby Camp, Jack Whitehall, Izaac Wang and David Alan Grier.

Home Sweet Home Alone

"Home Sweet Home Alone" is a Christmas comedy movie, which is directed by Dan Mazer. The movie sticks to the original plot where a kid is left alone in a house. This time, instead of two men, there is a married couple who break into the house. The movie stars Archie Yates, Aisling Bea, Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney and Devin Ratray. It is streaming on Disney+.

Red Notice

The highly anticipated action-packed comedy movie, "Red Notice," dropped in theaters last week but now, it is available to stream on Netflix as well. The movie revolves around a cop who wants to catch the world's most wanted art thief with the help of a con-man. The star-studded movie features Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot.


If you want to watch a drama based in the 1920s, then you should definitely check out "Passing" which is streaming on Netflix. The movie revolves around a Black woman who learns about sex, gender, race and identity when she runs into her childhood friend, who turned White and marries a man who hates Black people. The movie stars Ruth Negga, Tessa Thompson, Alexander Skarsgård and Antoinette Crowe.


If you love watching sci-fi thrillers, then you should check out "Multiverse," which is available only in theaters. It revolves around university students who meet their doppelgänger in the parallel universe after experimenting in quantum physics. The movie stars Munro Chambers, Paloma Kwiatkowski, Doug Taylor, Marlee Matlin, Gaurav Seth, Sandra Mae Frank and Robert Naylor.

If you missed out on last week's list of movie releases, you can see it here.

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