Top 7 shows, movies to watch this weekend

This weekend, hit the movies if you are a fan of Shahid Kapoor, as he has returned to the big screen after three years. His much-delayed film Jersey is finally out. But if you’re planning to stay home as the number of coronavirus cases rises again, I’d recommend watching Guilty Minds on Amazon Prime Video.

Jersey: At the cinema

Jersey stars Shahid Kapoor and Mrunal Thakur.

A remake of the 2019 Telugu film of the same name, Jersey traces the life of a father who is ready to do anything to fulfill his son’s dreams and a loving husband who goes out of his way to save his marriage from ruin. The film is referred to as an ’emotional journey’ by many. Shubhra Gupta of Indian Express gave it a 2.5 star rating. He wrote in his review, “The film starring Shahid Kapoor-Mrunal Thakur has all the elements of an inspiring sports drama. The film comes to life in the sequence between Shahid and his real-life father who plays his undying coach and mentor. Pankaj Kapoor puts on a beautiful and relaxing show.”

Read the Jersey review here.

Oh My Dog: Amazon Prime Videos

oh my dog ​​trailer Oh My Dog is produced by Suriya and Jyotika. (Photo: Amazon Prime Video India/YouTube)

The Suriya-produced film, streamed on Amazon Prime Video, is about the close bond between a boy and his pet dog. Actor Arun Vijay, his father Vijayakumar and his 11 year old son Arnav play key roles in the film. Manoj Kumar R of reviewed it and wrote, “Oh My Dog isn’t just about abandoned puppies finding love. It’s about people who are considered weak standing up for themselves and sticking to the big guys. Director Sarov Shanmugam doesn’t just rely on Husky’s cuteness to captivate us and bring the film to the finish line. There’s a strong moral story to take home.”

Read the Oh My Dog review here.

Guilty Thoughts: Amazon Prime Video

The courtroom drama follows the journey of two young and ambitious lawyers, played by Shriya Pilgaonkar and Varun Mitra. While one is the epitome of virtue, the other is associated with a reputable law firm, dealing with all shades of gray. In his review, Shubhra Gupta called the series “very entertaining and thought provoking.” He wrote, “What is most striking about this highly entertaining show is how real it feels even though there is a bit of drama inherent in the story.”

Read the Guilty Minds review here.

Operation Romeo: In theaters

Neeraj Pandey’s production Operation Romeo is the official remake of the Malayalam film Ishq Not a Love Story that revolves around moral wisdom. The film explores themes of romance and suspense. It revolves around two young lovers who are traumatized by two policemen (Sharad Kelkar and Kishore Kadam) while they are dating. The film also stars Bhumika Chawla, Kishore Kadam, Sidhant Gupta and Vedika Pinto.

Russian Doll S2: Netflix

The American comedy-drama series is back with a second installment after the successful first season. Starring Natasha Lyonne in the lead role, the series revolves around a software engineer who is in New York City to attend a party as a guest of honor but soon realizes that he cannot escape it as he is caught in an endless loop of death and return. to the same moment.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2: In theaters

The official synopsis for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 reads, “The world’s favorite blue hedgehog returns for a next-level adventure in Sonic the Hedgehog 2. After settling in Green Hills, Sonic is desperate to prove he has what it takes to be a true man. hero. His test comes when Dr Robotnik returns, this time with a new partner, Knuckles, in search of the emerald that has the power to destroy civilization. Sonic teams up with his best friend, Tails, and together they embark on a journey around the world to find emeralds before they fall into the wrong hands.” The film stars James Marsden, Jim Carrey, Tika Sumpter, Natasha Rothwell, Adam Pally, Lee Majdoub and Shemar Moore.

Read the Sonic the Hedgehog 2 review here.

The Unbearable Weight of Huge Talent: In theaters

Nicolas Cage This image released by Lionsgate shows Pedro Pascal, right, and Nicolas Cage in a scene from The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. (Karen Ballard/Lionsgate via AP)

Written and directed by Tom Gormican, the film stars Nicholas Cage playing a fictionalized version of himself. This film is kind of a tribute to the film and its characters. Shalini Langer of the Indian Express wrote in her review, “The writing is very basic, the plot is believable and, but for Cage to put everything he’s got, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent will crumble under its own weight. pretension.”

Read the review of The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent here.

Happy weekend!


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