KEY POINTS

  • Tom Clancy's "Without Remorse" released on Amazon Prime Video on Friday
  • "The Mitchells vs. the Machines" is a good option for those who love animation films
  • It will release on Netflix this weekend

While movie theaters are gradually reopening after remaining shut for a long time, cinephiles can still stay home and watch some fantastic movies. There is already a bunch of films available on various streaming apps to entertain you from the comfort and safety of your homes.

If you wish to head toward the theaters for a cinematic experience, you can choose to watch BAFTA-nominated movie "Limbo" or Mila Kunis' "Four Good Days," which were released on Friday.

But if you want to maintain social distancing and stay safe amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, then here's a list of fresh releases on various streaming platforms:

1. Without Remorse

Tom Clancy's "Without Remorse" released Friday on Amazon Prime Video. The film has Michael B. Jordan, Lauren London and Jodie Turner-Smith in key roles.

Jordan portrays a Navy SEAL named John Kelly in the action thriller whose pregnant wife is murdered by Russian assassins. The movie is based on a 1993 Clancy novel with the same name.

2. The Mitchells vs. the Machines

If you are in love with animated movies and want to have a joyful experience, then "The Mitchells vs. the Machines" is perfect for you. The movie will be streaming on Netflix from Saturday.

The movie is directed by Michael Rianda and produced by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, who have previously created "The Lego Movie" and "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse." The family comedy starts with a road trip. It soon gets interrupted when all electronic devices in the world come to life to start an uprising.

3. Things Heard & Seen

Directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini are all set to scare you with their Amanda Seyfried and James Norton starring movie, "Things Heard & Seen."

The horror drama revolves around a family who shifted to a small town. They soon discover the dark secret of the farmhouse they have moved into. The movie released on Netflix on Thursday.

4. The Virtuoso

Acting legend Anthony Hopkins does a great job in the mystery thriller "The Virtuoso," which was released Friday. The movie will be available on various streaming platforms, including Apple TV, Google Play and Fandango Now.

Streaming leader Netflix is facing increased competition from Disney and other rivals Streaming leader Netflix is facing increased competition from Disney and other rivals Photo: AFP / Olivier DOULIERY