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  • "Snake Eyes" scored 71% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes
  • "Jolt" received just 38% on the review-aggregation website
  • Mark Wahlberg's "Joe Bell" has an impressive 88% score 

Movie lovers, get ready for action! There are plenty of new flicks coming to you over the weekend, including the highly anticipated "Snake Eyes." You can enjoy them at the nearest theaters or from the comfort of your homes.

Here is a list that might come in handy:

Snake Eyes

The highly anticipated "Snake Eyes" is a reboot of the "G.I. Joe" movie. The action movie, directed by Robert Schwentke, is available in theaters. It stars Henry Golding, Úrsula Corberó and Samara Weaving.

The movie revolves around a loner, who flies to Tokyo and engages with global terrorists.

"Snake Eyes" has an audience rating of 71% on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.

Old

If you want to enjoy a thriller movie over the weekend, the one-hour-and 49-minute family drama, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, is a perfect pick for you. The thriller revolves around a family, who ages rapidly after spending time on a secluded beach. The movie stars Alex Wolff, Thomasin McKenzie, Gael García Bernal, Eliza Scanlen and Abbey Lee Kershaw. It is available in theaters.

Joe Bell

The Reinaldo Marcus Green movie is based on a gay teen kid, named Jadin, who kills himself after being bullied. His father, played by actor Mark Wahlberg, visits New York to pay him a tribute. This heart-touching movie is also available in theaters.

Jolt

Love watching an action movie with female leads? If yes, Kate Beckinsale's "Jolt" will definitely entertain you. The movie, directed by Tanya Wexler, revolves around a character named Lindy (played by Beckinsale), who seeks revenge for her friend's murder. The movie is available on Amazon Prime.

Last Letter From Your Lover

If you enjoy watching a sweet romantic movie, "Last Letter From Your Lover" would be a perfect choice for you. The movie revolves around a journalist who finds a bunch of love letters written in the 1960s and tries to find the mystery behind the secret love affair.

It is directed by Augustine Frizzell and has Shailene Woodley, Joe Alwyn, Callum Turner and Felicity Jones in lead roles. The movie is available on Netflix.

If you missed our last week's list of movies to binge-watch, check out here.

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