5 good Netflix movie recommendations this weekend: See You Yesterday

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A list of 5 good Netflix movie recommendations to watch this weekend, including the new original films See You Yesterday and Good Sam.

Looking for a good movie to check out this weekend? Lucky for you, we picked five good Netflix movie recommendations to help you out!

Netflix has a long list of thrilling new releases headed your way. Whether you’re in need of a good cry after a long week or trying to escape to somewhere more exciting, there’s a little something for everyone’s tastes.

Let’s jump into the short list, starting with a new Netflix original movie, Good Sam. 

Good Sam

One of the biggest perks of having a Netflix account is getting to see all of the exclusive Netflix original films. A new title coming out this weekend is Good Sam, the story of a young news reporter tasked with investigating the identity of a mysterious stranger who is helping to change New York City for the better. This one looks like the perfect feel-good flick to get you through the weekend.

Take Me Home Tonight

Still living for the 80s? Revisit the decade in Take Me Home Tonight, a throwback rom-com starring Topher Grace and Anna Faris. It’s not perfect, but it’s a fun watch for anyone riding that nostalgia wave.

See You Yesterday

Another promising new Netflix original is See You Yesterday, which lands on Netflix on Friday, May 17. Follow two Brooklyn teens on a time-travelling journey to save the life of one of their brothers. Early reviews promise a lot of imagination and creativity.

The Blackcoat’s Daughter

If you’re game for a supernatural horror flick, check out The Blackcoat’s Daughter. This film centers on two Catholic schoolgirls who are left at school with supposedly Satanic nuns. Emma Roberts and Netflix golden girl Kiernan Shipka star.

The Da Vinci Code

If you’ve never seen the popular mystery flick The Da Vinci Code, now is the time. Tom Hanks stars in this adaptation of the hit novel about a secret society protecting something very important.

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