Wondering what to watch over the weekend? Here's a list of movies that you can watch in the theaters and some, you can binge-watch from the comfort of your home.

The 355

If you are fond of action thrillers, then "The 355" is a perfect pick for you. The movie is available exclusively in theaters. The movie revolves around a CIA agent named Mason joining her rival agent to save the world from a secret deadly weapon. It is helmed by director Simon Kinberg and also stars Fan Bingbing, Sebastian Stan, Penélope Cruz and Diane Kruger.

A Hero

Here's another thriller on the list, "A Hero," which is available in theaters and will start streaming on Amazon Prime from Jan. 21 onward. The movie revolves around a man who has been put behind the bars for not being able to pay his creditor. He takes a two-day leave from the prison to convince his creditor but things go haywire. "A Hero" is directed by Asghar Farhadi.

Parallel Mothers

If you love watching movies filled with emotions, then you should check out "Parallel Mothers." The flick revolves around two single women who gave birth in the same hospital and form a strong bond. The movie is helmed by director Pedro Almodóvar and it is playing in theaters. The movie also stars Penélope Cruz, Milena Smit, Israel Elejalde and Rossy de Palma.

See For Me

"See For Me" is a home invasion thriller that revolves around a visually impaired girl played by Skyler Davenport. Three burglars break into her mansion and how she fights back will keep the audience on edge of their seats. The movie is available in theaters as well as on Apple TV.

King Car

Here's a sci-fi movie you can watch. "King Car" revolves around a teenage boy who can speak with cars and finds out how this power can save his community. The movie is directed by Renata Pinheiro and stars Matheus Nachtergaele, Luciano Pedro jr, Clara Oliveira and Clara Pinheiro. The movie is available in theaters, on Apple TV and Google Play.

If you missed out on last month's movie releases, check it out here.

The audience watching the reopening of "Perfect Crime" at Theater Center in New York, April 27
The audience watching the reopening of "Perfect Crime" at Theater Center in New York, April 27 AFP / Angela Weiss