The Family Man 2, The Mauritanian, Mortal Kombat: what to watch this weekend

The past week has kept viewers busy with plenty of options on OTT platforms. While Manoj Bajpayee-Samantha Akkineni starrer The Family Man 2 found plenty of buyers, Mortal Kombat and Dom were also on the board.

Here are all the big titles you can stream this weekend:

Release Date Title Platform Language June 1 The Mauritanian Amazon Prime Video English June 1 Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme Netflix English June 2 Kim’s Convenience S5 Netflix English June 2 Carnival Netflix Spanish June 3 Creator’s File: GOLD Netflix Japanese June 3 Summer Time: Season 2 Netflix Italian Jun 3 Dancing Queens Netflix Swedish Jun 3 Alan Saldaña: ​​Locked Netflix Mexican Jun 3 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2 Netflix English Jun 3 Why Women Kill Season 2 Voot Select English Jun 3 Documentary Season 4 Amazon Prime Video Japanese June 4 The Family Man Season 2 Amazon Prime Video Hindi June 4 Dom Amazon Prime Video English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu June 4 Mortal Kombat BookMyShow Stream English June 4 Sweet Tooth Netflix English June 4 Raya and the Last Dragon Disney Plus Hotstar English June 4 Trippin’ with the Kandasamys Netflix English June 4 Feel Good: Season 2 Netflix English June 4 Sweet & Sour Netflix English June 4 Xtreme Netflix Eng lish Jun 4 i Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet Netflix English 4 June Head Above Water Amazon Prime Video English 4 June The Flood BookMyShow Stream English 4 June Made in Italy BookMyShow Stream English 4 June Adavipandi BookMyShow Stream Telugu 4 June Human: The World Within Netflix Dutch The Family Man Season 2: Amazon Prime Video

In her review of The Family Man season 2, The Pyjama People film critic Shubhra Gupta wrote: “The Family Man second season is bigger, slicker and much better. It raises its stakes considerably, casts its net wider and manages to get into a greater context, even if fleeting, about the state of the world we live in.”

The Mauritanian – Amazon Prime Video

Benedict Cumberbatch, Tahir Rahim and Jodie Foster star in this 9/11 procedural thriller about unethical torture. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, the film is based on the true story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi who was wrongfully imprisoned for 14 years without a fair trial.

Mortal Kombat: BookMyShow Stream

Mortal Kombat, which hit theaters in April this year, stars Lewis Tan, Hiroyuki Sanada, Joe Taslim, Josh Lawson and Jessica McNamee. In his review of the film, Kshitij Rawat of wrote: “The film, like the games, is set in a fictional universe made up of eighteen realms or worlds, of which the Earth Kingdom is one. If the chosen warriors of one realm defeat the warrior of another in the title tournament ten times, the victorious realm may conquer the vanquished. Earthrealm is on the brink of defeat after losing nine tournaments.”

Sweet tooth: Netflix

In an interview, executive producer Robert Downey, Jr. why he supported the Netflix movie Sweet Tooth. Downey said: “The comics had this scope and emotional breadth of storytelling, and the characters were just so captivating. We wanted to create a great co-viewing experience for parents and kids. And I know when Susan gets involved with something, a subject or a character starts interfering, she just has this ability once she starts and says “I really feel this.” She won’t stop until it’s brought to life.”

The actor added: “This is a vast world and an epic story. These days you have to amaze me. I have to feel like, ‘Wow, what is that? And where is that? And who are these people? And what’s going on?” And then I always leave it up to the boss to make sure the story is right and the characters are great. This show has the big macro elements that grab my attention, and you believe too really into these characters and supports them.

Kim’s Convenience Season 5: Netflix

Kim’s Convenience revolves around a Korean-Canadian family who run a grocery store in Toronto. It stars Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Simu Liu, Andrew Phung, Jean Yoon, Andrea Bang, Nicole Power and others.

Dom: Amazon Prime Video

The Brazilian crime drama is said to be inspired by the true story of a father and son on opposite sides of the drug war in Rio de Janeiro. The eight hour-long episodes follow a young diver Victor, who becomes a military intelligence agent and embraces the war on drugs as his life mission. But things go smoothly when his own son Pedro becomes not only a drug addict, but also one of the most wanted criminals around. The show has been dubbed for Indian audiences in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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